Glass blocks are a beautiful way to decorate your home in Spring. Since Easter falls during this season, it’s a great idea to theme them like that such as bunnies for example. Think of all the occasions there are in a year and there’s most probably a suitable glass block craft project for it. Whether you are looking to decorate your home or you’d like to give a loved one a gift, these glass block projects will make unique pieces of art everyone will surely love.
You can turn them into centerpieces and redo them to fit the occasion by switching out the decorations inside.
Glass Block – Easter Bunny – vinyl face – foam ears and feet. Made with the Brother ScanNCut
Easter eggs with lights are beautifully framed in a glass block.
To make this Easter bunny glass block Download svg file of bunny face. Buy a 5×5 glass block and frost it. Apply vinyl bunny decal and insert 20 count white lights. Take a bunny head band and cut along the seams and pull out plastic head band. Hot glue the fabric to glass block and you can add a white feather boa too!
DIY Easter Bunny Glass Block
We have included this video tutorial from Just Bonna. You will learn how to make a lighted Easter bunny glass block.
You can’t get much more festive for Easter than decorating items with adorable Peeps.
Easter Glass Block with interior lights – with paint or customized vinyl.
Another idea is to turn it into a pretty centerpiece in color combination of lavender, turquoise and white.
This crafter used a Flowers and bugs glass block using items from Michael’s (scrapbook paper) and Hobby Lobby (scrapbooking stickers, floral ribbon, spring & garden photo holder)
This Easter bunny on a lighted glass block, with white ribbon and spring flowers will look delightful anywhere in the home.
How adorable is this Glass block Easter Bunny Bum?!
Peeps are a fun way to fill a glass block, especially when you get them in different colors to create a rainbow effect.
This crafter purchased frosted looking treat bags, cut off bottom, slit side, wrapped around the glass block, secured with tape. Inserted lights.