We’ll be doing a lot of crafting next week! Good thing our fellow bloggers have plenty of egg-cellent ideas!
Need a last-minute Easter Basket? Cover an old Easter Basket with fabric (Holidash) and I love this recycled carton Easter Basket craft from Sewing Crafting Sarah, and not just because I’m a Tropicana Juicy Insider, too.
Or create a fun, themed Easter Basket with ideas from Holidash.
Make a delightful Easter Grass Centerpiece. (Rosy~Posy)
Celebrate Spring with natural Easter Egg Dyes. (Crunchy Domestic Goddess)
Silk-dyed eggs, using scarves, is a simple, yet sophisticated way to create beautiful eggs. (Holidash)
Older kids and adults, adults far more coordinated than I am, will create Easter works of art on dyed eggs using blue painter’s tape (Lolly Chops via Craft Crow) or use leaves from herbs for a nature print (Family Fun).
Forgot to get any egg dye? Make these funky tie-dye style eggs with just some crayon shavings (Mama Smiles).
Peeps are actually good for something besides exploding in the microwave. Who knew? Make adorable peep prints (A Mommy’s Adventures)
A balloon, glue, and yarn add up to these beautiful Yarn Easter Egg Decorations. (No Time for Flashcards)
Don’t forget a centerpiece–this papier mache egg diorama is so simple and sweet (Family Fun).
Instructions for Silk-Dyed Easter Eggs: