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Frosty the Snowman hats- Oreos and marshmallow dipped in chocolate. Just too cute!

Clothespin Lollipop Tree FUN!! I WANT TO MAKE THIS!!! :o)

reindeer cones

Reindeer Treats - Dukes and Duchesses

Frosty Snowman Pretzels | DIY

Frosty Snowman Pretzels | DIY

So doing this next year for decorations on the tree and gifts seriously- cute!!

Peppermint Candy Christmas Ornaments

Shut your FACE!!!!! Rockford Peaches costume. So cute for a little girl! There's no crying in baseball!! LOVE

I love these Easter colored deviled eggs from @Julie Forrest Forrest at The Little Kitchen

chocolate crunches (a Christmas staple in my home) topped with Easter eggs = chocolate nest! brilliant!

Trunk or Treat. Organize a party for the children in the community. Have some residents decorate the backs of their cars (as such, for one example). That will be where the children can go "trick-or-treating" with a guardian without having to move from house to house. You could even plan a few party games in the rest of the open space.

Easter Baket Cookies – how fun! These aren’t just cookies, they’re edible Easter baskets filled with icing and topped with shredded coconut and candy!

Carrot Napkins A few years ago I saw these cute carrot napkins and we have been making them for our Easter dinner ever since. They are really easy...

Mousse-Filled Witches' Hats - i could do this, only with candy on the inside. cover the cone with chocolate, put candies inside, drop a circle of chocolate on wax paper and let it cool, then put chocolate on rim of cone and set on chocolate circle (so candies don't stick to choc cirle)

Skeleton Out Of Gallons Of Milk

Cheetos in a frosting bag... What a cute & easy Easter snack for the kids.

Paint tulips with a fork ~ from Let Kids Create (neat idea for spring!)


Easter derby cars

What you need: lollipop sticks bunny peeps melting chocolate mini marshmallows What you do: 1. Cut the mini marshmallows in half. 2. Push a lollipop stick up through each bunny without going through the ears. 3. Dip in melted chocolate. 4. Lay the sweet little treats on a wax paper lined pan. Press half a mini marshmallow onto each before they dry. Put them in the fridge to set. 5. Wrap each in a cellophane bag and tie a ribbon. (Or not.) 6. Take a bite.