Before I get into all the Eastery goodness I’m here to share today, just a quick reminder – today is the last day to use the free shipping codes in my Etsy shop. Use the code SPRINGSHIPPING for free shipping on any order within the United States. For my international customers, use the code SPRINGWORLD for a $4 discount on shipping.
All items in my clearance section are 50% off, but the codes can be used on anything. There are some great Mother’s Day, graduation, teacher appreciation and Father’s Day gifts still available!
Now, on to the difficult-to-narrow-down Easter projects!
Why should bunnies get all the love on Easter? These Easter Chicken Pouches from Ulla’s Quilt World sit perfectly on top of an egg, as any good chicken should.
The sheer volume of Easter candy can get a little overwhelming. Try filling a few eggs with these Easter Egg Coupons from U Create instead.
Don’t let your carefully decorated Easter eggs sit around in a basket somewhere. Give them some wheels with these printable cars from Mr. Printables.
Nothing but Country shared this Magic Jelly Bean craft for May Day, but it would be a sweet Easter activity as well. Click through to find out what grows when you plant magic jelly beans.
Not only do these Orange Bunny Rolls from Budget Gourmet Mom sound yummy, but they actually look pretty easy. A couple of twists, a tail, and you’ve got a bunny.
After the kids have found all the eggs and, if they’re my kids, hidden them and found them a couple more times, keep them busy with this Pin the Tail on the Bunny Game from Lil’ Luna.
These Peep S’mores from Eclectic Recipes are pretty simple, but I had to include them here after my husband and I laughed a little longer than we should have at this photo of the smushed Peeps. I know – so wrong.
Have a wonderful Easter!