Alternative Ways to Decorate Easter EggsAshley Hackshaw
Easter eggs don’t have have to be the pastel versions you’ve grown up with. We’ve gotten creative around our house with decorating with spraypaint, puffy paint, sharpies etc.
Check out the full tutorial here at Lil Blue Boo.
Have Easter on the mind? Check out my 10 great gifts that anyone would love to receive. Make it a handmade Easter holiday this year!
Gift Wrapping 1 of 10Wrap up some tiny gifts using crepe paper.....and camouflage them as carrots.
See the tutorial at Martha Stewart.
Bunnies 2 of 10Knee high socks plus a little stitching makes these cute sock bunnies!
Check out the tutorial at Lil Blue Boo.
Baskets 3 of 10A great way to use up scraps.....a fabric Easter basket. This will stay out year round it's so cute!
See the tutorial at Moda Bake Shop.
Ruffles 4 of 10What little girl wouldn't be overjoyed at this cute tee with ruffles.
See the full tutorial at Positively Splendid.
Mason Jars 5 of 10A gorgeous gift for anyone! Mason jar planters.
Visit the full tutorial at CSI Project.
Bunny Tails 6 of 10So easy and sure to bring laughs: bunny tails!
Visit Eighteen 25 for the free printable!
Eggs 7 of 10Fabric eggs.....perfect for year round decor in the kitchen!
See the full tutorial from Retro Mama.
Succulents 8 of 10A great green gift......eggshell succulents. I'd want one!
See the full tutorial from It's Overflowing.
Chickies 9 of 10Make a cute little Easter Chick.
Click to download the pattern and instructions at Myrtle and Eunice.
S’Mores 10 of 10Easter bunny s'mores. Peeps make it so cute!
See the recipe at Beauty in the Bleachers.
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