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Melted Crayon Easter Eggs

Ahhh sooo AWESOME!!! Gotta try it!!! :-) Melted Crayon Easter Eggs. Shave up broken crayon bits onto a paper plate. Then roll a still-warm boiled egg on it. You can add texture with toothpicks by dragging them through the wax. Also you can add glitter while the wax is still "wet".

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Sweet Easter Egg Ornaments

Sweet Easter Egg Ornaments from The Holiday Barn

egg-salad croissants! a fun easter appetizer....Please find the recipe I followed for this fun dish here: http://www.hungryhappenings.com/2011/04/fun-idea-for-easter-brunch-carrot.html ***Side note, I did not have a cream horn so I rolled tinfoil pieces into carrot shapes and sprayed them very well with PAM*** Hope this helps!

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Easter Wreath - Easter Bunny Wreath - Easter Decor - Spring Wreath - Easter Decoration - Ribbon Wreath - Fabric Wreath

easter wreath

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Egg Dying Ideas for Easter

Swirly Easter Eggs 2 Tbs Vinegar, 2 Tbs oil, food color and water

Brilliant - when dying Easter eggs, put the eggs inside wire whisks for little ones. So much easier than balancing it on a spoon. Genius!!! #Easter

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Decorating Easter Eggs with Kids

Quick Tip for Decorating Eggs with Kids Here's a quick and simple tip for decorating Easter eggs with kids. Instead of using spoons to hold the eggs (and worrying about eggs falling off of them, or splashing into cups of dye to make a big mess), try placing the hard boiled egg inside a wire whisk to get a good "grip" on it.

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Pretty No-Dye Easter Eggs

No Dye Easter Eggs