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Holidays & Celebrations

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


Holidays & Celebrations

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Grow a Little Love: These planters created from milk cartons make winning teacher and Mother's Day gifts.

White-Rabbit Bars: Dotted with candy-coated sunflower seeds, these white-chocolate treats add homespun happiness to an Easter basket.

If your peeps love Peeps, then sweeten up a drink with this trick. Use an oiled chopstick to pierce a channel in a marshmallow bunny, then insert a straw and serve with milk.

Candy Caddies: Here's how to recycle yogurt cups into bowls; you can tuck a place card between the ears as a sweet way to mark seats at your Easter table.

Waiter, There's a Hare in My Lunch: Add some Easter love to the kids' lunch boxes with these rabbit sandwiches, mini carrots, and cute cuke slices.

Rickrack Attack: Festoon your fiesta with this garland made from simple shapes.

Funny Bunny: Slip on some whiskers for extra giggles at the egg hunt.

Get-the-Message Egg: Look in magazines for terms related to Easter or springtime and clip them out (or customize an egg for each family member, choosing words to describe personalities and interests).

Margarine-Marbled Egg: We found that different egg, dye, and margarine brands produce varied marbling effects. All turned out lovely!

Tissue-Speckled Egg: Use a hole punch to create dots for these sweet spotted eggs.

Ombre Egg: Several separate dye steps are key to making these multicolored eggs.

Cobb Salad Skewers: Use up your surplus of boiled Easter eggs with this scrumptious lunch idea.

Unbeatable Easter Eggs: This shaving cream printing project combines entertaining sensory play with gorgeous final results. When the paint is dry, you and your tot can take turns hiding the eggs around the house or tape some to a string for a festive garland.

Hen in a Nest: Make a flock of these adorable chicks to celebrate spring and use up any leftover Easter eggs.

Carrot Crisps: Tempt everybunny in your family with this wholesome twist on veggie chips.

What's Up, Dough?: Deck out your wee one's Easter basket with a sugar-free, holiday-themed play dough kit.

Lemonade Look-alike: This April 1, fool your family with a gelatin dessert disguised as a glass of lemonade.

A Wild Idea: Give a traditional egg hunt a fun, nature-friendly spin with these homemade birdseed eggs.

Find fresh Easter egg decorating ideas, cute decorations, DIY bunny ears for your little ones, and more, in FamilyFun's free booklet.

March Madness Cookies: Score major points with your household's basketball fans by setting out the fixings for these sporty treats before a big game.

Party Animals: Invite any member of this trio to your next wild rumpus: a zoo or safari party, say, or a circus-themed gathering. Assembling the chocolate-eyed creatures is a piece of cake!

Candy Castle: Throw a celebration right out of a fairy tale with these dreamy marshmallow fortresses.

Too-Cute Tutu: Create a whole troupe of these tutu-topped treats for a dance enthusiast's party.

Brain Food: These creative molecule cupcakes pay tribute to theobromine, a substance found in the cacao plant and a key component of chocolate. We predict all its elements will be quickly devoured at a mad scientist or cooking show party.

Rainbow Delight: What's at the end of this colorful, cakelike arrangement? A room full of happy guests, of course.

  • Mary Orozco
    Mary Orozco

    Perfect for St. Patrick's Day!