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).
Kids in the Kitchen will enjoy these no-bake birds’ nests (Holidash) and Resurrection Rolls (Homegrown Mom) are a lovely way of sharing your faith with your children.
Peeps are actually good for something besides exploding in the microwave. Who knew? Make adorable peep prints (A Mommy’s Adventures)
Make easy Easter Bonnets and your kids will be ready for a parade! (Lottie Lulu via Crafty Crow)
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: