I don't know about you but I went from thinking Easter was weeks away to being shocked to find out it's almost here. I started decorating Easter eggs and I've planned my Easter dinner but that's all I've done. My Easter plans are currently lacking in Easter bunnies but here are some crafts that can change that.
What do you do with all those plastic eggs after the Easter bunny has made his exit? Mine seem to accumulate in my yard, making me crazy. I have painted them with puffy paint, used them as dinosaur egg molds, and filled them cinnamon—and this year, I converted some yellow eggs into pineapples.
Card Making ArtistsMy favorite is the cut out kitty on the left, with the bird on his head instead of on the basket. These are cats dressed as rabbits or bunnies. Special for Easter! See the pin on his cotton tail?...more
I'm not sure if you know this about me, but I'm a crazy party planner. As we enter April, I have already planned E's 3rd (yes, THIRD) birthday. As that thought process is about to come to fruition (with his party next week), we can reflect on his second birthday (which was posted on Hostess with the Mostess on July 1...BTW that's a big deal and I might have screamed when I heard!)....more
I thought it would be a fun project for the kids to do a kind of sticker resist painting. I was inspired after seeing this post at PlayDrMom. I thought the shamrock painting was super cute however I was not able to find the die-cut shamrock stickers. I still wanted to do some kind of painting like this. So instead of using stickers, I decided to use painter’s tape to make our initials. I was able to find 8 x 10 inch white canvases at Micheal’s....more