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    10 Last Minute Easter Decor + Gift DIY's

    {go make me} pillow pet / diy project Easter is just around the corner and has somehow snuck up on me, and I keep running into more adorable gift and decor ideas that shouldn’t be missed. Like this Pillow Pet DIY project (above) from {go make me}! I’m swooning over these little bunny rabbits she...
    • Heather Collins

      Glow in the dark Easter egg hunt! (uses bracelet glow sticks) #easter #egghunt #kids #creative #diy #fun #games

    • Emily Grace

      Glow in dark easter egg hunt... Put glow in dark bracelets inside eggs. Haha, cool idea :)

    • Ryan Bartlett

      Awesome glow in the dark easter egg hunt idea for a toddler, might be easier for them - just use bendable glow sticks inside a strong-snap clam-shell type plastic eggs

    • FabKids

      Glow in the dark Easter egg hunt! This is a great idea for a night time Easter Egg hunt! Also, you can try turning off all the lights and doing this indoors.

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