Easter’s only a week away! I’ve been searching Pinterest for some of the cutest ideas for your kids, and I rounded up 12 of my favorites, some of which I’ve done, some of which I plan to do next week. Make sure you visit the links I’ve posted and share their hard work!
Easter bunny cinnamon rolls– This is so cute! I’ve decided to do this for Allison on Easter morning.
Paint chip Easter egg garland– Cool idea if you have tons of paint chips laying around!
Creative Easter basket fillers (that aren’t candy)– Great ideas in here if you’re not into candy!
Bunny pudding cups– So adorable! If you have a child in school, this would be a creative Easter gift for the class.
Easter Oreo bark– I actually made this a couple weeks ago, or something very similar. It was a huge hit!
Unconventional Easter basket ideas for all ages– This is pretty creative! I may do one of these for Allison next year.
Easter Muddy Buddies– I am all about the snacks, and if we didn’t already have about a million different snacks in the house, I’d make this, too.
Pom-pom Easter egg painting craft– I actually did this one with Allison! She had fun with it… in her own creative way, of course.
Flower pretzel bites– Seriously, how cute are these??? Every year I see this, I tell myself I’m gonna make them, but I never do. Maybe next year I’ll get Allison to help me.
Easter bunny/chick fingerprint craft– Okay, so this one may be used this year, too. Handmade cards are the best; grandparents love them!
DIY edible Easter basket– I love this! What a cute Easter basket to give to your kids.
5 Springtime crafts– This one isn’t technically Easter, but it’s spring-related, so it counts! My favorite is the handprint bouquet… This might be an Easter present this year.
Well, I found quite a few ways to spend way too much money and get fat on chocolate and candy goodness. You’ve got a week left until Easter; will you try any of these? I’d love to see pictures!
Jaime is a Nutrition Coach and professional writer. She enjoys cooking easy meals, running, and learning more about food.
Jaime specializes in helping women with ADHD learn to meal plan and cook healthier meals without getting overwhelmed.