Minion Easter Eggs

Birthday Party Ideas

Adorable Minions made from Easter Eggs for a Minion Birthday Party or Easter Minion Egg Hunt.

Make beautiful stenciled Easter eggs using plants from your garden and natural dyes made from cabbage, beets, onion skins, ground coffee and turmeric.

Make natural dyes for your Easter eggs from your garden fodder and edibles: The Pecks

Vernal Equinox // Ostara // Easter - Easter Eggs Lithuanian (Eastern Europe) Tradition of plants prints batika onto the eggs naturally colored.

Comida cachi

A Day's Worth Of Creative Easter Eats (Breakfast, Lunch, Snack & Treats - Oh My!)

Fun Easter Food Ideas for Kids Creative Easter themed recipes to make for your children for Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch or a Healthy Snack. Plus, sweet treats and desserts that are perfect for your child's school class party or just for fun - super cute ye

Make this Burlap Bunny Table Runner Easter Craft (& free bunny template)

Make a Burlap Bunny Table Runner at Eclectically Vintage

Make this Burlap Bunny Table Runner Easter Craft (& free bunny template) This is soo cute! - use bunny template for shirts

Making easter eggs with paper napkins. #easter #eggs

DIY easter eggs with paper napkins. Basically, you purchase napkins with a pretty print, cut out the design and use mod podge for the adhesive.

Dye your own beautiful eggs for a fresh Spring table

How to Make Speckled Easter Eggs

How to make speckled eggs for easter / spring decorating, using tea stain for brown eggs & blue food coloring for the blue eggs.

Create a sweet nest out of Rice Krispies® Spring Edition cereal with coloured cereal pieces. These nests are just as tasty as the Easter eggs they hold.

The Spring weather has finally arrived and Easter is not that far away. My kids can& wait for the celebrations to begin. To help celebrate the launch of

Peeps on a Stick!  Cute little gift!

Peeps on a Stick are easy to make and only take a few supplies!

Peeps on a stick… clever, cheap, and looks great in the basket! Need to remember this next Easter! Peeps on a stick… clever, cheap, and looks great in the basket!

SHAVING CREAM EGG DYE   1. Spread shaving cream in a cookie sheet   2. Apply drops of food coloring    3. Use toothpicks to swirl colors around   4. Roll the dried, cooled hardboiled eggs in the colorful cream   5. Allow to set for 3-4 minutes on a paper plate   6. Wipe off shaving cream with paper toweling   7. Rinse! Voila! Beautiful marbleized eggs, done quickly!

Shaving Cream Easter Eggs

Shaving cream and food coloring make for great easter egg dye :) im trying this at easter, way better then smelling vineger all day.

Crack up your family this Easter by serving these Hatching Hard Boiled Eggs.

Want something fun to do with all those hard boiled eggs you have on hand this Easter? Create some Hatching Chick Hard Boiled Eggs with carrot legs.

Old World (Natural) Easter Eggs - 3 ways! @natashaskitchen

Reminds me of grandma's onion skin easer eggs! Old World (Natural) Easter Eggs - 3 ways!

Empty Tomb Rolls via @ohsweetbasil

Every Easter our family makes these sweet empty tomb rolls where the marshmallow melts down to a caramel sauce that’s amazing! I don’t know if these are really something that should be eaten for brea

This Jelly Bean Bark is a totally delicious Easter treat that couldn't be simpler to make! Loaded with fruity jelly beans, white chocolate, chocolate candy discs and springtime candy corn, it's the perfect sprinkly treat to make with kids!

Jelly Bean Bark

Jelly Bean Bark 1 pkg white chocolate bark (I use and love Candiquik) 1 pkg (about 2 cups) jelly beans* Easter sprinkles Optional: Candy melts, for decoration (see Note)**


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