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DIY Decoupage Picture Easter Eggs (What a great idea - Easter Eggs for every kid in the family - with their pictures on them - How special is that! - Make extra because parents and grandparents will want them!

Nutter Butter Easter Chicks. . . wait for it, there's BUNNIES too!!!

Nutter Butter Easter Chicks

HAPPY EASTER Nutter Butter Chicks: A super-cute, semi-homemade treat for your little bunnies' baskets.

Lace Easter Eggs How-To

Lace Eggs

DIY Lace Eggs from Martha Stewart Crafts. Read the comments: egg dyes will be obsorbed by the lace and leave no print behind. Also blow your eggs days AFTER dying, otherwise, you'll be frustrated by floating eggs.

Marbleized Eggs - these pretty swirled patterns are made by passing an egg through a bath of enamel paint suspended in water. The process is easy and the pleasantly unpredictable results are always a surprise!

Marbleized Eggs

Marbleized Eggs-pretty swirled patterns are made by passing an egg through a bath of enamel paint suspended in water. The process is easy and the pleasantly unpredictable results are always a surprise!

kool-eggs

kool-eggs

hey jen renee: kool-eggs - use kool aid to dye Easter Eggs - no need for vinegar! Read all the info to get a good yellow and purple color.

One of the comments on the web site says "I find that watered down Elmer’s glue works better than Stiffy…don’t like the smell of the Stiffy. You will also get very different results depending on how chunky or delicate the doily is…need to adjust the consistency of the glue accordingly or you will end up with lots of glue that will need to be “punched out” of all the little holes in the doily. "

How-To-make Doily Basket: Soak doily in bowl of fabric stiffener until saturated. Remove doily from stiffener and place over bowl (or along inside of bowl) to form a basket shape. Allow to dry. Carefully peel dried basket from bowl.

Easter Egg Lunch- Place a few eggs on their plate or in their lunch bag!!  Fill with grapes, goldfish crackers, sandwich bites, cheese squares, berries, raisins...

My kids would love this Easter egg lunch hunt. All you do is fill your kids Easter eggs with their lunch. Then you’ll hide the eggs around the yard. Once your kids have found their eggs, they can enjoy their lunch together. What a fun tradition!

Easter egg idea: Sharpie doodles. Kids could have so much fun with this, or you start it and let them paint over it with water colors.

20 of the best Easter egg decorating ideas

Doodle Easter eggs - made with a black Sharpie! I always end up drawing on the eggs with sharpie, now I have an even better idea of what to draw!

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