Easter Crafts

Apr 6, 2012 | Easter, Gift Ideas


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It’s been a busy week full of Easter parties (and we still have a couple more to go).  Here’s a look at some of my creations this week…

Easter Goodie Buckets

Easter Cookies

 

I made these for the class party.  They were really easy.  Cut slice-and-bake sugar cookies.  Roll into a ball.  Place in muffin tin.  Cook according to package.  They come out in these perfect nest shapes.  Add a little green frosting and robins’ eggs for the finishing touch!

Tip for Toddlers Coloring Eggs

This is one of my favorite tips for coloring Easter eggs with toddlers.  Slide the egg into a plastic whisk and they can dip the eggs all by themselves!

Easter Egg Lunch

Happy Easter!

 

6 Comments

    • Thanks for linking to me! We’ve made this an Easter tradition at our house.

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      • You’re welcome. My son l-o-v-e-d finding this in his lunch 🙂

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  1. Be sure to use BPA free eggs so they are food safe! There are eggs that are a plant based plastic that unwrapped food can be placed inside. I love this idea and cant wait to surprise my kids and maybe even the Hubs, too!

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  2. For the nest cookies, you just roll the dough into a ball and it forms a nest shape all on its own? Or should I press the dough into a nest shape in the muffin tin? Just want to make sure before I try it this week with my kiddos. Thanks!

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    • I think it will work either way. I rolled into balls, but it seems like if you press into the muffin tin that would work the same. Have fun!

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