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Easter Ideas Around the Web

April 5, 2012

I just love the colors of Easter – all that pastel wonderfulness that mimics the gorgeousness sprouting outside for Spring.

I’ve poked around the web and have also been sent (thanks Julie!) some great ways to get festive.

So here we go…

1.  The Good Stuff Guide (circa 2010): A Tiny Easter Basket

2. At Home with Kim Vallee: DIY Paint Chip Easter Garland

3. Skip To My Lou: Please Eat Your Vegetables!

4. MarthaStewart.com: Egg Dyeing 101

5. MarthaStewart.com: The Incredible Egg

6. At Home with Kim Vallee: 4 Easy Easter Egg Decorating Ideas

7. MarthaStewart.com: Easter Tree

8. Coloringpages.net: FREE Easter Coloring Pages

9. ColoringBookFun.com: Free Easter Coloring Pages

 

What are your traditions for Easter?  How do you decorate your home?

What are you planning for Easter baskets?  Any good tips to share?

Can I share with you confidentially that I just finally finished putting away Christmas??  Eeek!

 

 

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6 Comments »

  1. christy treffer

      on April 13, 2011 10:53 am

    With family near and far, our Easter celebration changes location often. But what does remain the same, is Easter baskets, egg dying and hunting, delicious dinner and most important atttending church service.

     

  2. Lynsi G

      on April 15, 2011 8:26 am

    I LOVE the paint chip easter garland. So cute!!

     

  3. TC Wilton

      on April 15, 2011 10:36 am

    Our family (mom’s side) is Maltese so we get together Mid March or month prior to Easter and make a cookie each.These are a fierce size roughly ranging from 9-15 inches in length and about 8 inches acrossed and double layered with royal icing on top in various colors, and Christiian symbols, we have also made duck shapes and smaller ones for the under 5 crowd. They are called Figolas, the cookie itself is usually a sugar cookie and layered with an almond paste. My mom just informed me though that you can use any cookie dough to do it much to my hubby’s delight (he is a choclate chip nut).

     

  4. annie

      on January 5, 2012 8:20 am

    excellent work

     

  5. Jules

      on April 5, 2012 9:28 am

    I just LOVE the paint chip garland idea!!!!

     

  6. Cathy

      on April 16, 2014 9:33 am

    This is my third year with my easter egg garland – I still love it! Thanks again for sharing this idea! :)

     

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