21 March 2012
If you love crafting with your happy campers, the skies are dreary and grey, have an Easter bonnet parade to prepare for, are searching for chocolate on an Easter hunt or are hosting family and friends for an Easter brunch, lunch or BBQ, here's some inspiration!
Boulder Locavore writes "It would be impossible for me to be any more excited about my natural dye endeavor; so rife with chromatic opportunity and exploration. I researched like a mad woman to find the best method of dying eggs. I put a few techniques together and had a very successful experience."
This one’s for the kiddies… a fun little craft project + “friendly” holders for all those Easter Bunny treats!
What's not to love about pancakes? I mean seriously. And pancakes made into adorable bunnies will have the kids downing them quicker than you can make another batch.
Imaginative play has to be one of the best parts of childhood. Bring your children's favourite stories, songs and nursery rhymes to life with this animal mask craft project.
To sum up: dyed eggshells filled with candy and/or toys and sealed at the bottom with paper. Or....just like a Kinder surprise egg!
Very easy craft for kids. Something that you don't have to spend a ton of money on for supplies either. It's made from milk cartons.
Here's a fun and simple Easter craft that you can do with the little ones. Repurpose those egg cartons to make these cute candy-filled chicks.