Make Robin’s Egg Rice Krispies Treats with this recipe from Kellogg’s.
MommySaver came up with a clever idea for egg hunts: use the plastic eggs filled with glow sticks!
Make Bunny Bait with Sing for Your Supper.
Another use for plastic eggs. Just open them up and lay the string inside, then close for an instantly festive garland! Visit Family Volley for more.
We Are That Family has a tutorial for making an easy Resurrection Garden centerpiece!
The Mom Creative gives us 101 Easter Basket Ideas!
Head over to Eighteen25 for this free printable Easter tag.
Ready Made has some recipes for natural egg dye along with ideas for making unique patterns.
Urban Comfort uses patterned fabric and stockings to make pretty designs.
Little Birdie Secrets uses a “tie dye” effect that is not what you think!
Better Homes & Gardens uses rubber bands to create cool effects.
Family Fun has another version of egg tie dye that produces super psychedelic 60’s eggs! Peace, love and chocolate bunnies, man.
Turn your eggs into Easter Critters with this tute from Martha Stewart.
Style at Home uses chalkboard paint for a fun change of pace.
Visit FunkyTime to get a free vintage Easter printable for printing on a paper bag!
Thinking about Easter yet? Silver Box Creative is offering this versatile free printable that can be used for all sorts of things!
Visit Mary Beth from Nothing But Country for a free printable of her Magic Jelly Bean Seed envelope. The kids plant a “seed” in the evening, and then wake up to a giant lollipop growing out of the grass. Too cute!
Grab a few extra bowls, pots or vases and go to town with this affordable spring centerpiece by Balancing Beauty and Bedlam!
Looking for some unique Easter decorating ideas? Visit Stephanie Lynn for an egg-cellent list!