Hey Ladies. Can you believe that Easter is this Sunday! I’m in complete denial. There’s so much to do and make and bake. I hope you all have a wonderful day with your family and friends.
Here are some amazing decor, crafts, and fun things to do with the kids.
Our Best Bites has a tutorial on how to dye Easter Eggs with old silk ties.
I’m loving these fabric Easter eggs from Kim. She’s made a step-by-step tutorial so you can make them too!
Here’s Pamela Felted Easter Eggs. Turn your needle felted Easter Eggs into place card holders for your special Easter dinner!
Meridith submitted her Easter Center Piece for $0.
Here’s Jennifer’s tip on how to decorate with plastic Easter eggs.
TwoHearts Together submitted her Easter Eggshell Votives. Homemade votives made out of Easter egg shells.
Dot submitted her tutorial on how to make a fabric Easter basket. She even provided a free pattern.
Look at Sarah’s darling fabric Easter Bunny basket.
Sally has hooked us up with a tutorial on this darling Tissue Paper Flower.
Look at Becca’s Easter dinner invitations. They turned out amazing!
Chrissie submitted her Easter Project for under $5; a free tutorial and bunny template.
Anjeanette submitted her Easter Paper Plate wall hanging. Use paper plates to create a bunny, flower and chick for Easter. Great project to do with your children.
Katrina made printable bunny wrappers. This wrapper is wrapped around a 1.55 Hershey candy bar.
Monica sent me the link to these darling Jelly Bean Chicks from Kaboose.
Would you believe that these edible bunnies have candy inside them? Intrigued? Check out Toni’s tutorial on how to make them. You’ll be amazed.
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