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Friday, March 30, 2012

The One with Easter Ideas

I'ma post my Easter findings from my Pinterest board so that when I eventually turn this part of my blog into a book I'll have a hardcopy of these ideas! And if others are inspired - well I call that a win-win!

Easter bunny origami - free template!
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Perfectly pastel rice krispie treats!

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Easter candy bar.
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Marbleized eggs - from Martha Stewart, surprise surprise :)
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DIY washi tape wrapped plastic Easter egg wreath!
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Shaving cream painted easter egg cards - the colors and possibilities are endless! Can't wait to do this will all our kiddos when they're bigger.
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Paint chip Easter egg garland I made last year during the craze.
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Crochet wrapped Easter egg magnets from boorashka's etsy shop.
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DIY Easter embroidery hoop.
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Button Easter egg - I'd use a few more pastel colors, but I definitely love the idea!
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Deviled eggs (not even sure what "deviled" is... that's how much I know about cooking... but I'm sure a little googling could fix that!)
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Orange dyed and carrot-shaped croissants filled with egg salad and topped with fresh dill.
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Easter art and other fun Easter crafts for kids!
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Pastel colored doilies - great for putting snacks and treats on, or making a garland, or wrapping eggs with, or, or, or...
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Spring colored nails! Beautiful!
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Bucket o' baby bunnies. Could this BE any cuter! (said in a Chandler Bing voice). So jealous my sister got to see these bundles of fur in real life. I want one! No I don't. Yes I do. But I don't. But I really really do :)
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The quintessential Easter cookie. Much too lovely to eat!
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Yummy Easter treat - melt Hershey's Kisses onto pretzels and add a springy colored M&M on top.
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Paper flower wreath I'd love to hang all year long!
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DIY string eggs. Too cool!
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Birds nest cookies - I spy Cadbury Easter eggs!
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Happy Easter - almost!

10 comments:

  1. Might have to try those carrot croissants -- thanks for the idea. Also, I remember doing the string eggs as a kid; does Chris?

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  2. You haven't heard of deviled eggs?! You crack me up! It's a classic! Yummy!

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  3. Love your Chandler voice! I'm watching friends right now! LOL
    Lots of fun Easter stuff :)

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  4. oh gosh, of course those extravagent eggs are by martha stewart. swoon!
    that easter bunny origami is brilliant.
    i am really digging that easter egg made out of buttons.
    deviled eggs are one of my favorite snacks!!
    and those basket full of bunnies are just ridiculously cute! allison is one lucky girl!

    now post some pictures are your cute baby bump! it's been too long ;)

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  5. Thanks SO much for the Easter eye candy!! Love them!

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  6. Great pins, I have a couple of them too, giving a Good friday brunch for some friends and I'm going into decorating mode!

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  7. wow Paige, thanks for the Easter eye candy!! I LOVE Easter, my very fave holiday and this post just got me into the mood, I've tried that shaving cream trick, too fun!!

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  8. Such beautifully inspiring pics for Easter! I am going to try that string one! Looks so cool!

    BTW, you have mentioned before that you create books from your blog posts. I would love to do something like that myself. What company do you use?

    Thanks so much Paige! Have a great weekend! :)

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  9. I, too, remember doing those string eggs. They weren't too difficult to do, if I remember correctly.

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