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Easter Egg Bark Recipe {just 2 ingredients!} #recipes. I might add Whopper eggs instead of jelly beans.

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Easter Bunny Rolls Recipe

OMGee! These Easter bunny rolls are adorable! I am definitely making them for Easter dinner!

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fun & easy Easter kids' craft: DIY LEGO Easter eggs

looking for a unique and easy alternative to dying eggs? Try this fun, easy technique for making LEGO mini fig Easter eggs

A cute idea for Easter; add peeps and gumballs to a store bought cake!

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Epson Salt Easter Eggs

DIY::Epson Salt Easter Eggs (I am so making these ! My Favorite Egg Decor So Far ! And So Easy ! | My Uncommon Slice Of Suburbia

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Krispy Easter Eggs

Krispy Easter Eggs 4 Tbs Butter-1 pack 10 oz Mini Marshmallows-6 cps Rice Krispies-Assorted Sprinkles-Small Chocolate Easter Eggs-Plastic Eggs Melt butter-Add marshmallows, stir til melted-Remove from heat, add rice cereal, stir til coated-spray inside of plastic eggs with cooking spray (too sticky, can spray hands) Fill both sides plastic egg with cereal mix, slightly over-fill 1 side-Press chocolate egg in 1 side-close-remove mix-decorate with choice of sprinkles, set in egg crate til…

Easter Peeps sitting on Rice Crispy Treats nests. - I might add some green food coloring to make the krispies look like grass. Wrap them up and pop them into the little one's baskets...

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Vintage Easter Bunny Cake

Vintage Easter Bunny Cake from the '70's -- I have such great memories making this cake with my mom when I was little! from The Sweet Spot Blog #eastercrafts #easterideas

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Chocolate Covered Peep Bouquet and Peep S'mores

Chocolate Covered Peeps......these are adorable; kids would have a blast making these:)

Add a little extra shine to dyeing Easter eggs one with glitter and glue. Make sure the eggs have completely dried after dyeing them. Then use adhesive strips or paint brushes to create patterns like polka dots and stripes. Dip the eggs into your glitter of choice and—voilà! A brilliant array of Easter eggs. Get set for Easter at Kohl’s.

dyeing eggs using a colander--stick egg in colander, splash some vinegar, then drop food coloring--swirl around, let dry for a minute or 2 & then rinse under cold water. Add some salt for a watercolor effect

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12 Cute DIY Easter Gifts

Gold Dipped Easter Eggs