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    Re-use old Mardi Gras beads or cheap costume jewelry to decorate plastic Easter eggs. Easy for y'all crafty types - chop up bead strands & hot glue shiny pieces for bedazzled table centerpieces, OR the grand prize in an egg hunt. Here are the perfect beads for this Easter craft: http://www.flashingblinkylights.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=1100

  • Kristen Steinwagner

    Re-use old Mardi Gras beads or cheap costume jewelry to decorate Easter eggs. Really easy for crafty types - chop up them beads & hot glue shiny pieces onto plastic eggs for bedazzled table centerpieces, OR the grand prize in an egg hunt. BEADS!: http://www.flashingblinkylights.com/light-up-products/mardi-gras-beads.html

  • Mandi Miller

    Beaded Easter eggs

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Mardi Gras coasters, or, house brighteners, or, the only craft under a dollar and an hour, or, I need something to do over spring break when all my friends go home.

DIY Easter wreath for the front door. I saw some grass at Hobby Lobby that you could do this with. I think the grass shold go all the way around though.

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