Here is another fun thing to try while you are decorating your Easter Eggs. This idea by Crystal of Make it Easy Crafts is an easy way to give plastic eggs the cracked look. It does not take long to do and it gives the eggs a brand new look. Stop over to Make it Easy Crafts to see how to make these cracked look eggs. Thank you so much for linking up to Dare to Share Crystal!
Thursday, April 17, 2014
Will you be coloring your Easter eggs in the next couple of days? Today's Throwback Thursday post goes back to 2012 when we colored our eggs using items from the stationary aisle at the store. We really like how our eggs turned out that year. If you would like to give some of the techniques a try, be sure to check out this post Egg Coloring Techniques
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Last Christmas I made a Snow Owl Ornament for my woodland themed Christmas tree. This spring I thought, why don't I try to make Easter/Spring animals in a similar fashion. I came up with a chick, bunny and lamb that can be used in a variety of ways. They are easy enough that kids can make them, and they are the perfect size to fill with candy or small gifts.
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Today's Dare to Share Feature of the Day is a creative idea that would be a lot of fun to do for your family and friends. The guys over at Crafty Lumberjacks shared a great way to put a fortune in an uncracked egg. I can just imagine seeing the surprised look on a little ones face when a piece of paper comes out instead of a raw egg. I might even need to try to do these for my teenagers.. :) Be sure to stop over at Crafty Lumberjacks to see how to make Easter Egg Fortunes. Thanks so much Andrew and Dennis for linking up to this week's Dare to Share!
Monday, April 14, 2014
I am so excited to see that there are so many great Easter themed posts linked up on Dare to Share this week! One that caught my eye were the Peeps Houses by Joy of Yesterfood. One reason why I love Easter is because I LOVE PEEPS! In fact, I just picked up 10 boxes of them on my last shopping trip. (they were buy 1 get 1 free) I think making these Peep Houses would be such a fun activity to do with the kids, and then they can enjoy eating their masterpieces afterwards. If you don't like to eat Peeps, they would make a cute addition an Easter themed centerpiece. Thank you so much for linking up this great idea to Dare to Share Joy!!