Thursday, April 9, 2009

Easter Projects

With Easter only a few days away, I thought I'd do a post on projects that I have seen recently. I'll keep adding onto the list as I find things.

Easter Eggs and Other Foods

Easter Eggs with Dried Flowers - If you click on the tutorial link, there's even more than just the dried flowers. Pretty cool stuff.

Colored Tea Eggs - This just look uber amazing. I bet you can use it for halloween eyeballs too. hmmm...

Dabbled Easter Eggs - These look pretty cool too.

Rice Krispies Easter Eggs - Cute, and creative. There are also other ones there like rice krispie easter bunnies and spring flowers.

AllRecipes Easter Page - Allrecipes always has good recipes to try... Easter is no exception with ideas for an easter buffet or how to host an easter egg hunt, etc.


Homemade Marshmallow Peeps - Easter just wouldn't be Easter without Peeps. IMHO

Easter Turduken - Quite inventive. I really want to make one of these. You have to see it to believe it. A creme egg inside a peep inside a chocolate bunny. Seriously, check it out.

Peep Wars - Always fun to do at least once. Here are some photos

Peep Wars Video

Other Things

Weave a Paper Easter Basket - These are just cute.

Country Bunny - Very cute.

Here are some other links of collective projects.
- this one has a bunny napkin. cute. - and of course, Martha Stewart's page for Easter.

If I find more, I'll update this post. :-)

Happy Easter everyone.


Gregorio said...

That is a ton of Easter links! WHEW!

No crafts for me though. Gonna stick to the one thing I know... getting fat!

Although one day, I would love to make my own Peeps.

Fe said...


"Gonna stick to the one thing I know... getting fat!"

Then you should check out the Easter turducken. ;-)

Ladyaero said...

I made a couple of the woven paper Easter baskets (used one for my mother-in-law, as she was traveling with us to San Diego at Easter) and they came out very cute...though mine was wider than theirs. These would be cute as May Day Baskets with dried or paper (or New Sheer!) flowers in them.

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