Splendor in the Grass: A mini-cupcake holder rises to the occasion when its repurposed as a seasonal accent. Just insert pint-size pots plus blades of wheatgrass from a health-food store, alternating daffodils with dyed eggs.
You've been egged. Start a new Easter tradition - You've Been Egged! Fill a dozen plastic eggs with little treats and leave them on the doorstep of friends and neighbors, along with the printable poem.
Easter Candle Display: Place a glass hurricane on a plate or pedestal. Center a pillar candle inside it. Fill the surrounding space high with one color of jellybeans, then add a layer of a different color directly on top.
Baking Powder Easter Eggs - see how we decorated this egg-ploding eggs. A fun way for kids to observe cause and effect and create colorful eggs I think I'll try this with food coloring vs powdered tempera paint.