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Cute & Easy Easter Egg Tree Tutorial ~ Styrofoam "tree", plastic eggs, shredded grass, and a hot glue gun!



Cute Easter Treats

Easter in a jar.a chocolate bunny, assorted Easter candy, and edible Easter grass, and a pretty jar w/ribbon.so cute!

20+ Creative DIY Easter Bunny Cake Recipes --> Easter Peep Cake

20+ Creative DIY Easter Bunny Cake Recipes

Need a creative Easter cake idea? Here it is ! This beautiful Easter peep cake is bright that decorated with the peeps and grassy hidden eggs.I love all the colors . It's so easy and fun to make , it turned out more breathtaking and neat than I imagined!

These Easter DIY decorations are budget-friendly and easy to make! There are over 100 fun and colorful Easter DIY ideas. From wreaths to centerpieces to home accents, there’s something for everyone. Materials That You Can Get At Dollar Tree: flowers floral & craft supplies wreaths forms (grapevine or foam) floral wire wire cutters floral moss and reindeer moss natural … … Continue reading →

100 Cheap & Easy Easter DIY Decorations

Easter Peeps Centerpiece ~ Use two different size glass vases & fill the space between the vases with the jelly beans and Peeps. Fill the inner vase with the flowers. Easy and cute love this idea!

Inexpensive Easter Egg Bouquet Supplies: Eggs - number depends on the size of the container.  Here I used 3 pkgs. (36 total) of the big eggs (from Walmart) and 2 of the li...

The Brown Eyes Have It: Easter Egg Bouquet - DIY with tutorial. Also great idea for birthday bouquet (example - note in bouquet says sucks"' with 50 suckers.

Centerpiece Idea for fundraiser

Jelly Bean Centerpiece - start with large rectangle vase and put smaller drinking glass inside; fill jelly beans around in between the vase and drinking glass. Can use solid colors, too

How to make Beautiful Egg Dye step by step DIY tutorial instructions How to make Beautiful Egg Dye step by step DIY tutorial instructions by...

My grandma always dyed eggs with onion peels--that's how they did it back in the day! We made some last year but struggled with keeping the onion peel on the egg. This looks like an easier alternative.