Easter crafts to come

Besides eating bag after bag of starburst jellybeans, not a whole lot of Easter happenings have been going on around here. I did buy these cute Easter buckets for 5 dollars at target today and used my silhouette to cut out the girls names in vinyl.

Last year Ella and I silk-dyed eggs using ties and Kristen made paper mache eggs.  I have seen so many cute Easter crafts on pinterest that I hope to do next week. 

These are definitely a "during McKenna's nap" kind of craft but look like so much fun!

Maybe Ella would actually eat her lunch if I did this.

I think I will try the kool-aid method for dying eggs this year.

I do love stripes.

I can't wait to do this someday! What a fun adult egg party idea!

Who says Easter egg hunting has to stop when the sun goes down?! Glow in the dark Easter eggs! Genius.

I will leave you with this classic Easter bunny picture. 
McKenna feels no different about the bunny as she did Santa.  


Alexis said...

Poor McKenna! That last picture is definitely a framer!

chad said...

Thanks so much for sharing the glow in the dark easter egg hunt with your readers. It means a lot to me. I love to see ideas shared from my site.

The Northrups said...

That is definitely a classic photo!!

Misty said...

The Easter bunny stopped by our house last week to make breakfast and put the food in plastic eggs... I still need to blog about it :) and I love those striped eggs! The bunny pic of my girls matches yours! AK flipped and Masyn loves the bunny like Ella loves Santa :)

Leslie said...

THAT PICTURE is awesome!!! And love your sisters bday gift! Both of you are so dang pretty!!!!

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