Easter DIY Round Up


This week I shared how "unMartha" I am when it comes to seasonal decor, but that's not to say I don't appreciate it. I've got a little round up of great Easter projects and pretties. If I had more time and motivation, I might do more than just Pin them...oh well. {Speaking of Pinterest, see a photo in this post you’d like to pin? Great! Simply click once on the link below the photo and then pin from the original source.}

How adorable are these paper eggs? You could stamp them or have kids draw their own creations. Melanie explains the process for making your own. 
via You Are My Fav

Amy is giving this origami bunny printable away for free. Simply print and add glitter.
via Eat Drink Chic
This is such a great twist on decorating eggs. Mareth had a brilliant idea with her twine wrapped eggs. 

via Lime Riot

Can you believe these are paint cans?!? SO many possibilities for these. You could cover them with different scrapbook paper for each child or use them as center pieces.
via My Life and Kids

They're not specific to Easter, but I couldn't resist adding these gorgeous thank you notes. I'm in love with the hand drawn feel. Rifle Paper Co. has some great products. I wish I could frame them.

                                                                     via Rifle Paper Co.
So, it's become my little Easter tradition to buy one solitary Cadbury Creme Egg. Never more than one. (How could you handle more than one of those suckers at a time, right?) I find a quiet spot in the house and enjoy every last calorie of sugary goodness. It's a tradition that I'm holding on to. Judge me if you must.


  1. Greetings!
    Talk about time and motivation, the twine Easter eggs are crazy. Cute, but can you imagine the time and patience involved? While I've eaten just about every other sweet ever made, I've missed Cadberry eggs!
    Happy Easter!

  2. Easter crafts are fun. But just colored eggs this year with grandson. Where does time go! Hope you have a Happy Easter.


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