The Easter egg hunt is a classic tradition but there's nothing wrong with switching it up once in awhile! So why not give your family's egg hunt a clever new twist this year?
Here's a few of our favorite fun ideas:
Easter Coupon Egg Hunt
Instead of hiding jellybeans in the egg, try creating homemade coupons and stuffing it with those instead. The personalized coupons might be for a little extra TV time, an extra bedtime story, or a treat. It's a great alternative to sugary candies!
Math Egg Hunt
Want to give your Easter eggs a cool tie dye design? These beautifully decorated eggs are so easy to make with just a few simple ingredients!
Start with a bowl of hot water, enough that it will completely cover the egg. Add a splash of vinegar.
Add several drops of food coloring into the bowl. Then add two tablespoons of oil.
Are you planning a formal dinner for Easter? They can be a little daunting -- there are a lot of moving parts to organize, from the menu to the table settings.
Here's a stress-free plan that will allow you to actually hang out and relax during the gathering rather than running around like a chicken without a head.
We’ve broken the big event down into a series of smaller tasks that you can do in increments of time between now and the big day. Yes, you can put on a lovely dinner and enjoy it too.
The following post is sponsored by Lindt
Cute bunnies, colorful eggs and delicious candy -those are just a few of our favorite things about Easter!
With this joyful holiday just around the corner, we’ve come up with a few decorating tips to help moms transform an ordinary dining table into an Easter party masterpiece.
1. Sweet Table Settings
Decorating blown eggs are a great alternative to hardboiled - mostly because they never go bad!
But how do you get the insides out without cracking those shells wide open?
Don't fret! Jessie Jane from Lilyshop shared a great tutorial for blowing out eggs, so you'll have everything you need for all those fun craft projects on Pinterest.
Want to have fun with the kids and also have a yummy dessert and decorations for Easter brunch? We've got a recipe for adorable tasty bunnies, tips for a fun edible decoration and a craft project that will add sparkle to your eggs.
I love Easter - maybe because I was born on Easter Sunday. I also have great childhood memories of fun Easter egg hunts at my grandparents’ house with my brothers and cousins.
Easter means that spring has come and kids get to put aside their winter clothing and wear floral print dresses and smart-looking suits. If the weather is nice, they can play outside without heavy coats for the first time in months.
Easter is also one of the times during the year when children get showered with candy and sweets. But if you want to make the holiday extra-special, give your kids some fun activities by planning some great games for them to play.
Decorating your home for Easter is easy with fresh and colorful spring arrangements. These Easter flower arrangements are ideal to decorate your home for an Easter celebration, or to simply enjoy throughout the spring, making the most of the early blooms of the season.
Integrate your own family traditions into these Easter flower arrangements to make them even more meaningful for your family. You may even be able to collect the materials for this arrangement around your home and yard!
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I remember a few years back, watching my girlfriend pack her daughter's Easter basket with enough candy to feed a small village - for months! I often wondered what that darling little girl was going to do with all of that candy.