12 More Easter Projects You’ll be Dying to TryMelanie Blodgett
I love when it gets close to a holiday and bloggers pull out their DIY projects that make you feel festive. This week has been blossoming with incredible ideas that I couldn’t resist sharing. I’m so in love with the egg shell terrarium I might just need to head to the greenhouse this afternoon.
Bunny Candy Pouch 1 of 12This is a cute alternative to plastic eggs.
Click here for the tutorial from Mer Mag
Bunny Jars 2 of 12Fill mine with Mini Eggs please.
Click here for the tutorial from Torie Jane
Paper Carrots 3 of 12These will only take ten minutes of your time and you probably already have the supplies on hand.
Click here for the tutorial from Oh Happy Day
Macaroon Nutella Nests 4 of 12Anything with Nutella is a winner in my book.
Click here for the recipe from Two Peas and Their Pod
Bunny Place Card Holders 5 of 12An easy project to take your table from good to great.
Click here for the tutorial from Jenny on The Sweetest Occasion
Monogram Speckled Eggs 6 of 12These could be used for place cards or mark them as part of the hunt so your kids only claim their own.
Click here for the tutorial from The Stay Lucky
Carrot Garland 7 of 12Who knew that carrots could be pretty cute?
Click here for the tutorial from Lisa Storms
Bunny Bag 8 of 12I love the addition of the mini bow tie.
Click here for the tutorial from Sugar Lander
Printables 9 of 12Mooo has tons of printables to choose from in several different styles, each just as cute as the next.
Click here for the printables from Mooo
Illustrated Eggs 10 of 12I love the folk inspired art on these printables.
Click here for the tutorial and printable from This Heart of Mine
Retro Egg Carton 11 of 12Two fun retro inspired printables to help package a carton of eggs.
Click here for the printable from Funkytime
Terrarium Eggs 12 of 12This would make the loveliest hostess gift or centerpiece.