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Wednesday, April 1, 2015

10 Easy, Fun, & Adorable Easter Crafts

If you only visit us for the crafts & holiday ideas, I can't say I blame you, I find so many that I want to do that if I could just get paid to craft for any and all sites I absolutely would and NEVER complain {well most days anyway}. Easter is no different then any other holiday there are crafts, foods, desserts, drinks, and Easter baskets to think about. I wanted to get this out earlier then I did but things have been so busy and frankly I should stay up till 11-12 o'clock each night working to get it all complete but that is just not realistic most nights for me anymore. So if you find something you like but don't have time to complete please remember to save us, pin it, whatever you need to do to keep this post filed for later or go ahead and get crafty now. A little last minute crafting never hurt anyone. 

     As always I have to share my favorite of all the crafts I have rounding up and the one I most look forward to doing. {Possibly on Friday when the kids are out of school} Check out these Modge Podge Easter Eggs & Garland. How cute and fun {even though messy} would these be?

  *This particular pin did not have a link back and the others I found were on a foreign site.
You see how these are done though; You will need glue or modge podge, small balloons, and yarn, or if you prefer thin string. Cut the string into strips, blow up balloon to desired size, dip string into glue/modge podge and remove any access by running string in between fingers. Drape onto the balloon in different patterns and ways to cover the balloon. Allow to dry. {will take a while, possibly full day] Pop balloon and remove through a hole. Easy Peasy!! 

* Photo  Courtesy of: Click HERE
Typically I only like to share DIY and blogs and while you can get creative and DIY this Easter Bunny Wreath this particular one is featured on Etsy through a shop but it was too cute not to share and when I headed over to the shop to get the picture and link to link y'all back I saw all the other absolutely beautiful wreaths that she had! How could you not want to DIY one and buy one? Be sure to check this shop out if you are Etsy lover!

However if this is a little to advanced for your liking or you would like one a little more simpler for you and the kids try this DIY  Easter Egg Wreath 

*Photo Courtesy of Frills, Fluff, and Trucks
How cute is this wreath for your front door every year to greet the Easter bunny? I know the kids will love making it too. With how advanced plastics eggs have become you could really do a theme one if you would like of different character you and your children may love, even to just a sports one.

*Photo Courtesy of One Krieger Chick
Maybe you're celebrating baby's first Easter? or you just have little ones with cute little piggies. This is a fun craft to have as a keepsake for all the years to come. You could make these on card stock and give to friends and family as Easter cards.

*Photo Courtesy of Fantastic Fun and Learning
How cool are these Easter Egg Crystals and how do I make them? This is a fun for a craft if you are a teacher or even work into your homeschool curriculum this Easter week. 

*Photo Courtesy of Me Making Do
This is the perfect centerpiece for any Easter get together you may be planning or even to brighten up your classroom. I think this would be a fun gift to deliver to a special friend or family member with gifts in side each egg!

*Photo Courtesy of Growing a Jeweled Rose
So you either are a Peeps fan or your not, and even if you're not or you can only eat one and you're done, you always end up getting Peeps for Easter. Now turn your Peeps into Playdough!! find out how over on Growing a Jeweled Rose. The kids can "play with their food" :)

*Photo Courtesy of Craft-e-Corner Blog
Such a cute piece of decor to add to your home! I got a Silhouette for this past Christmas and I am starting to get really good at it! This will be a project added to my list!

*Photo Courtesy of Artzy Creations 
All the little girls and boys are going to LOVE this because don't your remember when you were a kid how much you loved edible jewelry? They can now make their very own with these Jelly Bean Bracelets and can even extend to make necklaces! These will keep the kids busy and their bellys full of jellys! 

& Last but not least a good ol' fashion, always fun, and creative "craft" I want to share is Coloring! Here is a link to a great Pinterest Board full of Easter Color Sheets! Just click HERE


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