Goodness me, how time flies. One minute, it’s Valentine’s Day; the next thing you know, it’s practically Easter. (At least, that’s how it feels ’round these parts!) I thought I’d do a good ol’ fashioned Easter craft roundup to get in the spirit.
First things first, Jeromina Juan‘s awesome paper Easter eggs, which appeared in our April issue. They’re cute, they’re easy, they’d make a great craft to do with your class or your Brownie group. Hosting Easter dinner? Imagine one of these at each place setting, in lieu of place cards. Cute, no?
Plus a few hits from around the web:
- This felt Easter basket from The Purl Bee would be something you could use year after year – and I think it would look extra special filled with naturally dyed eggs (via Martha, of course).
- Don’t feel like stewing up a big pot of vinegar and cabbage to colour your eggs? (I don’t blame you!) These washi tape–decorated Easter eggs from Lovely Indeed are supercute, no dye pots required.
- I love these egg-shaped drinking straw toppers from the Omiyage blog. They make me want a milkshake with Cadbury mini eggs mixed in. (Is that a thing? Will someone make one for me, please? I’m here till 5 pm every day.)
- Speaking of special-delivery awesomeness, Easter in a Box from You Are My Fave. (Seriously, still one of my faves.) Who wouldn’t love to get that package?
- …especially if accompanied by this rad “origami” bunny card, a free printable from Eat, Drink, Chic.
Oh, and of course, my favourite Easter+Internet thing ever, the Peeps dioramas from the Washington Post. I will enjoy re-watching that slideshow later today, with my superawesome Mini Egg Milkshake in hand. Woot!