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Holidays & Celebrations

Make the holidays more fun with decorating ideas, easy recipes, crafts, and more.

All you need to create these musical #Easter maracas: Rice and plastic eggs!

Mini-cupcakes and marshmallows top these fun #Easter Bunny cupcakes

Celebrate the arrival of Spring with these too-cute flower cupcakes!

These 6 super-cute #Easter egg carton crafts are certainly worth tweeting about!

There's an added sweet surprise hiding in this basket! See how to make one and delight your bunnies on #Easter morning.

6 Inspired Passover Desserts

Egg-cellent Reading Game: "We always have extra plastic Easter eggs lying around, so my 11-year-old created a spelling game with them. She writes different common word endings, such as 'at' or 'ed,' on one half of each egg and different consonants on the other side. My 6-year-old twists the eggs to make new words and to practice reading." --Kindra Gordon, Whitewood, SD

Cheery Chicks: Cut eggshell pieces from a cardboard egg carton. Use glue dots to adhere googly eyes and a cardstock beak to a plastic egg. If you like, set your chicks in a shredded paper nest.

Here's a clever idea that ensures the big moment of the morning is equally fun for toddlers and tweens. Sort treat-filled plastic eggs by color and wrap buckets with matching strips of colored paper. Assign a color to each child. A younger guest's eggs can be set in easy-to-spot places, while the older kids' can be tucked into trickier nooks and crannies. When it's time for the hunt, give each child her bucket and let the quest begin.

Perfect Little Posies: These tiny bouquets double as table decorations and take-home favors.

These winsome garlands are also an engaging hands-on project for the whole family. For extra party fun, tuck little treats inside the eggs before hanging them and invite guests to choose a critter to open for a sweet surprise.

Shake It Up: For an instant percussion instrument, place two teaspoons of rice inside an egg. Tape the two halves together with electrical tape, then cover that tape with decorative washi tape.

Tiny Teacups: These little cups are perfect for pretend Easter tea parties.

Wee Wobblers: Press a blob of play dough in the more rounded half of an egg, then close it up. Draw on the egg with permanent marker. Tap the egg, and it will wobble without falling over.

Fill an Easter basket with these chocolate-covered cereal bars. Shaped like bunnies, these easy treats are a favorite with kids.

Bunny Brunch Burrito: Make this crowd-pleasing main dish before guests arrive, then keep it warm until chow time.

Easter Brunch Yogurt & Fruit Nests: Your peeps will love these cute fruit salads.

Egg-ceptional Cereal Treats: The bake-sale classic gets all dressed up for Easter Sunday.

Put a new twist on the traditional braided Easter loaf. This yeasty treat is blooming with rich, sweet flavor -- and the dyed eggs are edible, too.

Super-easy no-dye decorating ideas: tissue paper dots and washi tape!

Easy Easter Brunch Ideas: Easter Egg Balloons and Bunny Ears

Who says you need harsh chemical dyes? Kids can safely join in on the #Easter egg dyeing fun when you use colors made from everyday foods and spices.