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How to dye eggs with food coloring - Skip To My Lou

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Easter Mason Jars | Bunny Jar | Mason Jar

Easter Mason Jars Craft

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Create colorful EASTER EGGS using Melted Crayons. It's easy to do + KIDS will LOVE it. Read the tutorial now or Pin for Later!

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Paint your easter eggs instead of dipping

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Easter Egg Coupons - Free Printable u-createcrafts.com #easter

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The Best Prank On April Fools Day.

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Follow this helpful chart to create the most vibrant eggs in the basket.

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bunny silhouette - cute!

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Easter Craft Idea: Burlap Easter Bunnies

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Lucky St Patricks Day Wreath

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Garden Hose Spring Wreath via createcraftlove.com #spring #wreath #garden

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Easter garland out of plastic eggs and ribbon. So simple, why didn't I think of this?!

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Carrots + Daisies = Easter Centerpiece

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No-Dye Easter Eggs. Place glue dots on egg and roll in glitter

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Easter egg lunch :) can't wait to do this!

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This would be a cute tradition to start. Green milk and lucky charms on St. Patrick's Day morning.

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Printable Bottle Tags for Fathers Day

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slowly add more water until the eggs are completely covered

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A Book for Dad - free printable - the perfect father's day gift

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10 pranks to make your kids laugh. Some of these are pretty cute. :)

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Wrap our specially designed labels around bottles of root beer for Father's Day this year.

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"Every Easter, my mom hosts an egg hunt at her house for my two daughters, ages 9 and 5. She puts puzzle pieces in plastic eggs, and the girls, after collecting them, try putting the puzzle together to see if they have found them all. If a piece is missing, they know an egg is still out there and they need to keep hunting!" Originally published in the March 2013 issue of FamilyFun

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Easter wishes on The Write Plate! www.writeplate.com

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Beautiful Edible Marbled Eggs

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3 Ways To Not Waste Your Easter This Year

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