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Cassi
Interests: my kids, my pets, sewing, embroidery, Norah Jones, children's books, crochet, homeschool, bird watching, learning to speak Spanish, historical fiction, Bach, the internet and computers, Buddhism, art history, vintage bird figurines, used bookstores, Mexican food, fabric stores, crafting, vintage linens and dishware, organizing, gardening, weekend trips, David Sedaris, pink and brown, grammar books, Satie, old Czech wall pockets, Jack Johnson, the Sims, holidays, key lime pie, Mexican beer, swanky swigs, blue and green, flea markets, heart rocks, nature journaling, Kwan Yin, scrapbooking
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string eggs DIY via Tiny Rotten Peanuts jelly bean bracelets tutorial via Artzy Creations how to paint wooden Easter eggs via My Poppet confetti eggs tutorial via Sugar + Paint painted cardboard eggs table decoration via Happy Hooligans doughnut bunny... Continue reading
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I love these amazing hot air balloons made from plastic Easter eggs and wish I was small enough to float away on one with a pink chick in one hand and jellybeans in the other! The directions can be found... Continue reading
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Pysselbolaget shares how they made these adorable dip-dyed eggs with attitude! Continue reading
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Whether these hand-held Easter egg pinatas are part of your place settings or Easter baskets, everyone will love cracking them open to see the treats inside. Find out how to make them at A Joyful Riot. Continue reading
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I oohed and aahed over these gorgeous eggs as soon as I saw them and knew I had to share them with you! Jacks and Kate shares their technique on how to make these one-of-a-kind galactic Easter eggs. Continue reading
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Imagination Station shares a fun way to craft with plastic Easter eggs by making them into all sorts of animals and any other creature you can imagine. Continue reading
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With just a toilet paper roll and a balloon you can make this fun Easter bunny pom pom popper! Found at The Craft Train. Continue reading
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I love this colorful Easter egg garland made with washi tape and the pompom and paper straw details. Visit Art Bar for the directions and some other variations using watercolors and pretty paper. Continue reading
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Visit Willowday to see how to make these easy chalk Easter eggs and how to preserve the color. Continue reading
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My Poppet has an adorable free bunny printable that can be used in several ways: string it to make a garland, decorate a takeout box to make a a cute treat bag, or use it to make napkin rings for... Continue reading
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egg on a shelf Easter craft with free printable template via Julep origami bunny treat box free printable via Mini-eco Easter egg popper tree via Studio DIY articulated rabbit free printable to color via Lucille {M} stuffed menswear bunny pattern... Continue reading
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Vlijtig shares how a happy dyeing accident created the lovely ombre effect on these cute bunny softies. Continue reading
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Visit Imagination Station and let kids get creative and make an Easter diorama in a Mason jar. Continue reading
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We Love To Illustrate always has such cute printables and they are all free. Click on over for a new selection of Easter printables. Continue reading
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These chocolate dipped strawberries made to look like carrots will be a sweet surprise for your little bunnies! Crafts A La Mode has the tutorial. Continue reading
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I think older kids would especially love adding these metallic pen details to dyed Easter eggs. Details are at Paper & Stitch. Continue reading
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Who wouldn't love to receive some of these homemade chocolate pretzel candy carrots? So cute! Find out how to make them at Jacks and Kate. Continue reading
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These little paper baskets look so cute decorated with colorful paper flowers. Details are at Krokotak. Continue reading
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Buggy and Buddy has a tutorial on how to make Easter hats that can be decorated anyway you like. Continue reading
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Painting rocks is a great craft activity for all ages and so accessible. These painted rock eggs are found at scrumdillydilly. Continue reading
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Willowday shares a nice tutorial showing you how to make this cute clay bunny necklace. Continue reading
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scented mini bunny pillows via My Poppet pom pom Easter animals via 100% Heppi paper nest or basket tutorial via Art Bar gold leaf Easter eggs DIY via Dream A Little Bigger make your own carrot cascarones via I Heart... Continue reading
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This clay bunny bowl DIY would be a cute addition to an Easter basket or a table setting. Alice & Lois show you how to make them with air-dry clay. Continue reading
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These sweet flower crowns are easy to make with just a paper bag and silk flowers. Directions are at Happy Hooligans. Continue reading
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Pysselbolaget shows you how to recycle milk cartons and turn them into cute planters. Continue reading