Have y’all made any Easter plans? I mentioned earlier that I am so excited to be having my Grandma visit from California. We are so close and talk often (she even reads my blog!). She hasn’t been here since my son was about 1 year old, so I can’t wait for them to get reacquainted. It will be even better since they’ll be able to talk to each other and hang out. For Easter, we’ll be going to church and then having family over for lunch and an egg hunt. No idea what’s on the menu yet . . .
I already decorated part of my dining room, but want to add more Spring touches to the house. For simplicity’s sake, maybe I’ll just add some green patterned pillows to the living room, a Springy throw, and tulips. That’s an easy way to incorporate the season without going crazy. I browsed my Pinterest account to see what the most popular Easter pins lately are and found some good ones. So many unique ways to decorate your eggs too.
This looks so good and Cyndy also makes these mixes for other holidays.
Amazing what a little gold leaf can do!
I bet this is so popular with the kids and really easy to assemble.
Don’t want to mess with stinky dye or paint? Markers to the rescue!
This site includes a free printable template. So cute to just add a cotton ball tail on the back.
Pretty genius, the heat of the just-cooked eggs melts the crayon- be careful of your hands though!
I love a pretty Easter table. This is a fun idea to make a little bird’s nest with an egg personalized with your guests’ initials.
This is a free chalkboard art printable that comes in 8×10 only. I love that there are talented people out there sharing their creations with us! Just print and frame = instant art for free!
My personal favorite via Made By Girl– eggs painted in the same vein as the art she sells in her shop.
Getting some good ideas? Easter is in 2 1/2 weeks- April 20th!
See more Easter ideas on my HOLIDAY tab.
See more Popular Pin Editions here & here & the Valentine’s Edition, Winter Edition, and Financial Edition.