Easter is coming up and your kids are eagerly waiting with their
Easter Egg Terrariums from thehousethatlarsbuilt
Put your “green thumb” to work with these mini terrariums. All you need: clear plastic eggs from Amazon, moss, soil, gold spray.
Spray one side of the egg, let dry. Fill 1/3 of the egg with wet soil, add in the moss and insert the fake flower. Ta-dah.
DIY Easter Egg Wreath from crazylittleprojects
This easy to make easter egg wreath will put a touch of Spring to your front door.
Glue the Mini Eggs to the Styrofoam Wreath using a glue gun. Twisting them in different directions just to make sure it sits in tightly and cover the wreath.
Black and White Easter Eggs from aliceandlois
Black ink and white paint put together make beautiful and very elegant Easter eggs. If you have an inclination to do something really different, why not make all of your eggs black and white? You can get your ideas from African mud cloth just like aliceandlois. She used good old sharpies to get these patterns. These would be great for an adult themed Easter egg hunt.
Decoupage Easter Eggs from purelykatie
Decoupage is so much easier than it sounds. Creates a vintage blue and white china look just by using paper napkins. And by using craft eggs instead of real ones, you can display them year after year.
Emoji Easter Eggs from studiodiy
Express yourself through some diy emoji eggs this Easter. Get the kids involved in drawing their favourite faces. All you need is some craft paints and some sharpie markers.
Strawberry Easter Eggs from paperandfox
Paint eggs to look like juicy strawberries, complete with felt leaves.
Borax Crystal Eggs from teachbesideme
Here’s a little fun science project for the kids. And they will be amazed by the results.
Make use of egg-shaped styrofoam as the base, a box of borax powder, glass jars, watercolor or food coloring and you are good to go. Refer to the tutorial at teachbesideme for detail instructions.