Easter is just two weeks away, so I bet if you're hosting an Easter dinner at your house, you're already starting to think about how you're going to decorate for the occasion, as well as entertain your youngest guests! Well, look no further lovelies...I've gathered together three easy Easter DIYs that are sure to add some oomph to your Easter celebration. And they're all blast from the past Momtrends projects...
Duct Tape Easter Basket DIY
If little ones will be in attendance at your Easter dinner, it's a good idea to have fun activities on hand to keep them busy...Our Scotch Duct Tape Easter basket project is too cute and so fun, the adults might want to get in on the crafting too! After they're done creating their baskets, the kids could use them to collect their eggs during the big egg hunt. On that note, consider planing an egg hunt. Haha! They're always a hit! Get the scoop here Duct Tape Easter Basket DIY:
Inspiration and Games for a Candy Land Birthday Party
The girls had their hearts set in a colorful candy party inspired by the Candy Land board game. This party was such a blast to put together. A rainbow of colors, candy bar, and candy games! Candy Land Birthday Party Food and Drink Our party was in the afternoon, so for food we ...read more
Five Tips for the Perfect Pumpkin Patch Visit
It's that time of the year again...pumpkin patch time! While I love a nice Pumpkin Spice Latte as much as the next fall lovin' girl...for me, the season is all about spending time with my family...and hopefully that time is spent outside as much as possible. If you're headed out ...read more
Perfect for Fall Pumpkin Spice Dirt Bomb Recipe
Get your pumpkin spice fix with this tasty dirt bomb recipe. Unlike fried donuts, this recipe is a little lighter and, since no hot oil is involved, a lot less messy. These dirt bombs, or baked donuts, are irresistible cakey muffins that are spiked with nutmeg and ginger, and ...read more
Eco-Friendly Easter Eggs
You're going to need eggs for that egg hunt and if going green is on your agenda, you're sure to to love these tips for natural Easter egg dying. It's easier than you would think to go the natural route! Every day food items can be used to create natural Easter egg dye. Come find out how to make your own natural dye...Rosalind Creasy has some great tips over at her site too! Head here: Eco-Friendly Easter Eggs:
Ombre Easter Egg Centerpiece
It doesn't get much chicer than this gorgeous centerpiece. Our ombre egg video tutorial will show you how to create your own Easter centerpiece with dyed eggs and a hurricane vase. It's easy as pie, yet will make a gorgeous statement as the focal point of your Easter tablescape! Get the details here Ombre Easter Egg Centerpiece
So, who's ready to get going on some Easter crafting? This girls is raising both hands!
MORE EASTER IDEAS FROM MOMTRENDS
- Cutest and craftiest Easter desserts
- Make an Easter Fairy Garden
- DIY Easter Bunny Basket and Bunny Game
Use Pinterest to save your favorite entertaining ideas. Be sure to follow our Easter Pinterest board here.