Love this! Who’s looking for an easy way to give adorable gifts to friends, family and neighbors on Easter? Here’s what you do: Get some ice cream cones and place them in clear cone-shaped treat bags (you can get these almost anywhere – Wal-Mart, Hobby Lobby, etc.). Fill the cones with great Easter candy, like: Robin’s Eggs Cadbury Mini Eggs Jelly Beans Chocolate Eggs Wrap the baggie tightly around the.
Here’s another great Pinterest find, ya’ll. Check out these adorable Burlap Easter Bunnies from LandeeSeeLandeeDo.com! Are these adorable, or what! And so super-duper easy to make, too! LandeeSeeLandeeDo.com is an excellent craft and inspiration site with tons and tons of great ideas, photos and just all around cool stuff. In fact, if you go to this link, you can get the full tutorial on how to make these awesome burlap.
One of my all-time favorite activities at Easter time is decorating eggs. I have so many fond memories from childhood with my sister and I sitting at the kitchen table dutifully dying our eggs in vinegar-smelling water and ohhhing and ahhhing over each other’s masterful creations. I’m realizing now how uncrafty we were, especially since there are so many other fun (and less messy) ways to beautifully decorate Easter eggs..
Lil Sugar came out with an amazing slideshow of really awesome kid friendly crafts that you can make with Peeps this Easter. These are all adorable and super easy to make. Here are three favorite Peeps crafts from Lil Sugar’s slide show and we think you’ll enjoy them too! So grab your stash of Peeps (we know you have one!) and get crafty! Peeps Wreath How cute and welcoming is.
One of the greatest things about Easter is getting to make all of the Easter crafts that go along with the season. From dying and painting eggs, to making Easter baskets, to making construction paper flowers, ducks and other springy animals – this is just such a fun time of year for crafty things! One of Examiner.com’s regular contributors, Sharon Damon, recently wrote about 5 Edible Easter Crafts to do.