Decorating your home for Easter is a sure sign that Spring has arrived. But instead of buying expensive Easter decorations from the store this year, try adding a bit more charm and personality to your seasonal decor with these handmade decorations you can make with your kids.

Easter Bunny Garland

With this printable bunny template from Martha Stewart, you can create an adorable bunny garland in any length you need. Older children who need practice with scissors can cut the bunnies out, while younger children can work on fine motor skills as they thread string to create a garland.

Hang the finished product across your mantle or windows so your home is ready when the real bunny arrives.

Framed Easter Artwork

If your children love to paint or draw, have them create Easter-themed pictures (think eggs, flowers, or baby animals) for your walls. Glue the artwork to pieces of pastel decorative paper and frame it in white frames, and hang these pictures on an empty wall to create an Easter gallery.

Easter Egg Centerpieces

Fill varying sizes of hurricane glasses with artificial grass and plastic eggs in a variety of colors for the perfect Easter centerpiece. Kids won't need much help with this simple decoration. Set the glasses on pink doilies or a pretty table runner to complete the effect.

Easter Egg Window Art

Yes, you can buy window clings at the store, but why not decorate your windows with something your kids have made themselves? These striped tissue paper Easter eggs will guarantee that your home is ready for Easter both inside and out.

A Candy Terrarium

Easter candy is available in abundance right now, so why not use it to decorate your home? Add jelly beans, speckled eggs, and chocolate bunnies to mason jars, tie them with ribbons, and display the candy terrariums on tables around your home. Kids will love helping with this project, especially if you let them taste the "materials."

Do you decorate your home with handmade Easter decorations? Or do you buy them at the store?