It’s Easter week – can you believe it?!!? Easter is a holiday I love to celebrate, but every year it seems to sneak up on me. I tend to lean towards projects that can be done quickly and at the last minute. Here are five of my favorite go-to projects for pulling together a fun filled celebration this week:
Putting together a streamer egg hunt is one of the best ideas we do – every year. It is a cinch to pull together with a couple strands of bright streamers and candy filled eggs. Simply attach the end of the streamers into the eggs, hide them and then wrap, twist and wind the streamers around your house or yard. The result is a festive display that the kids will adore following along with.
Stamping is a classic and easy way to create memorable eggs on a moments notice. Boil and stamp an alphabet for an easy afternoon of letter making fun!
Peter cotton tail has nothing on the cuteness of a toddler in this easy DIY cotton bunny tail. All you need is an extra large cotton ball and a length of string. Adorn all your little bunnies for last minute photos and fun.
Baking a bunny cake is a cinch with just a couple basic pans. To make this bunny – bake two circle pans and one loaf pan. Cut one of the circle pans in half to make the bunny ears, then cut inwards in the center of the loaf pan to make the bow. Place the pieces together and cover the cake in frosting and coconut for a finished look.
Make these paper bunny masks for a kid perfected diversion before the egg hunt. Using a simple 1 inch circle hole punch and glue these masks can be made on the spot for a fun activity and a sweet way to dress up the day.
And this year, we’ve been decorating eggs. Lots of them! See the entire creative egg series, for easy ideas right here.