Easter Craft Ideas


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Cut different lengths of ribbon for your Easter tree decorations. Glue the ribbon to the small end of your Easter eggs and then put a small fabric flower on that spot. Or if you’re going for a Faberge look, add a sequin to your Easter tree ornaments. Easter doesn’t get as much crafty attention as Christmas, which is a shame. After a long winter we could all use a bit of cheer brought indoors, especially if the flowers haven’t quite bloomed outside. And who doesn’t think bunnies are adorable? Make the most of your Easter celebration by preparing a brunch table with a few easy, handcrafted items. “A couple of special touches will make it feel like a more special gathering,” said Taryn Mohrman, senior lifestyle editor at Woman’s Day magazine. Easter’s on Sunday, and if you’re like me, you haven’t started dying eggs or making cookies. (Eating jellybeans doesn’t count.) Here’s a roundup of some easter craft ideas from names such as Martha Stewart, Rachel Ray and Good Housekeeping. Some are kind Whether you’re covering eggs with a coat or two of paint, making handmade cards or decorating bonnets, Easter is a time for arts and crafts in school. Getting glue and glitter everywhere – and filling your classroom with chicks and bunnies – is a Easter is right around the corner and moms are busy buying eggs to boil and finding dye packets for a little egg coloring. Dying eggs is always a fun Easter tradition. However, here are five additional ways from bloggers around the web to celebrate the .

It’s fun to flex your craft muscles every time a holiday rolls around, which is just about every month if we’re keeping track, but who does that? Craft at your own pace, people! With Easter up next, I thought it my civic duty to provide an assortment (WZZM) — Easter is right around the corner, which of course means lots of colorful eggs. Craft Specialist Kendra Page from Michaels in Walker visited the WZZM13 Weekend Morning News to share some new, creative ideas on what to do with plastic Easter eggs. The YMCA of Peterborough’s drop-in craft program has a number of creative easter craft ideas to try at home This is not your traditional Easter egg. Four-year-old Lucas Wall has a look of concentration on his face as he tries to add the finishing touches It’s a great season for including children in DIY projects because so many Easter crafts “are just so cute: adorable bunnies, chicks and colorful eggs,” says Mary Giles, deputy editor of FamilyFun Magazine. One suggestion in the April issue of Woman’s Day .