Thursday, April 9, 2009

Easter Ideas

Hello! I'm back! It was nice taking some time off. These past 2 weeks have been very difficult for our family. I've cried so much. I just let everything out. It helps and makes me feel better. I want to thank everyone for sending email's and leaving comments. I appreciate it!

Well Easter is just in a couple of days! Here are some really cute easter ideas. If you would like to share any ideas, please leave them in a comment!

Rice Krispie Treats (Bird Nest)

Patty @ ModKid did these rice krispie treats in shape of a bird nests. She used Whoppers Mini Robins Eggs as the baby eggs. I love this idea! I might have to try this.


Jeanne @ JeanneWinters created this Jesus Easter egg project. Jeanne has a great tutorial on how to create this project. She used cranberry juice, spinach and blueberries to dye the eggs.


I found this great project here on how to create this great gumdrop topiary. This would look great as a center piece on any table!


Cindy @ This is my Life teaches how to create this beautiful Easter wreath. I love the colors on this wreath! It turned out beautiful!


Look how cute these Easter Bunny S'mores are? You can find ingredients and directions here.
I hope you liked these ideas! :)

5 comments:

  1. I just wanted to thank you again for the hair bow holder. I received it today and it is beautiful!!

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  2. THose are all so cute, love the "Jesus" eggs, and the easter smores I did for my VT kit that I will be posting soon...thanks for sharin! I am glad you are doing better...it's good to take a break now and then from blogging, especially when you need it!
    Take care..and be blessed!

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  3. Hey Martha, hope you are feeling good. Saw that you havne't posted in awhile. Just want to make sure that you are feeling okay. Prayin' for ya!

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  4. Hey girl... I wish I could say the Easter bag idea was my own, but it wasn't :( I just used regular canvas bags and the little tubes of paint from HL. Then I sewed ribbon over the handles and made the little ribbon flowers.

    Speaking of ideas... I love the gumdrop topiary. I've been thinking of how that can be used for any holiday decorating! So cute.

    I haven't commented but I have been thinking of you and glad you are feeling better. I also hope your family is coming through this hard time with some peace. Keep us updated.

    Jen

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