Bunny Bait ~ Ingredients: 2 cups pretzels,1 bag popped white popcorn, 1 package Almond Bark white melting chocolate, 1 bag of festive M’s, 2 cups of Chex cereal, 1 container of sprinkles
Bunny Bait Popcorn Ingredients 1 bag of Popped Popcorn White Chocolate Almond Bark Easter M&M’s® Pretzel Sticks (broke in half) Colorful Sprinkles
Easter mesh wreath tutorial
easter marshmallow bark
Use Kool-Aid To Dye Your Easter Eggs. Because of the citric acid already in KoolAid, this technique requires no vinegar. Not only that, but at a general cost of 5 packets for $1, KoolAid makes for an inexpensive egg dying adventure.
This wouldn't be a bad idea if the yellow 'chicks' inside were made from deviled egg yolk. I'm trying to think of what you could use for the eyes and beak though...
Cute Easter craft! Spread some white paint all over your kids hand except for the thumb. Stamp their hand on a colored piece of paper. Let it dry and paint the ears, nose and eyes.
Nest cake. Hollow out center add m&ms, looks like chow mein noodles but would do shredded coconut frosting instead
show kids the true meaning of Easter, this is just like the Christmas one but with an Easter story instead.
These look really cool. My mom made big ones of these for our individual Easter baskets when we were kids. I think theyre super-cute like a garland.