10 Easy Easter Ideas to Cook, Create, and Decorate!
While it is only just starting to feel like Spring in some parts of the country, the reality is that Easter is only just a few short days away! So how do we take this holiday and do something fun, creative, or tasty without spending too much time or money?
Well, here are 10 fantastic posts from some fellow bloggers on easy Easter ideas that can help you cook, create, and decorate!
Idea #1: Easter Oreo Bark
This four-ingredient Easter Oreo Bark recipe from Kristyn over at Lil' Luna is easy to make and looks so festive and fun!
Idea #2: Peeps Houses
If your kids love decorating gingerbread houses for Christmas, they will surely enjoy creating these adorable Peeps houses as featured on Yesterfood!
Idea #3: Happy Easter Banner
I am in love with this sweet Happy Easter banner (a free printable!) created by Yellow Bliss Road and featured on Tatertots and Jello.
Idea #4: Bunny Pancakes!
OK, honestly, have you ever seen anything cuter than these bunny pancakes? You've got to check out the tutorial on how to create them over on I Heart Naptime and make some for Easter morning!
Idea #5: Baked Ham in a Crockpot
Ham is a traditional Easter dinner, but that doesn't mean you need to spend hours in the kitchen preparing it! This simple and delicious recipe on MomOf6 shows you just how to make your baked ham in a crockpot!
Idea #6: Jell-O Easter Eggs
Do you have a few of those plastic Easter eggs hanging around from last year? Use them to create Jell-O Easter eggs with this great idea from Spend with Pennies!
Idea #7: Donut Easter Baskets
Kimber from The Pinning Mama created these simple donut Easter baskets using powdered sugar donuts and candy. Such a fun thing to do with your kids in the days leading up to Easter!
Idea #8: Easter Bunny Notes (FREE Printables!)
Do you send your kids on a hunt to find their Easter baskets? We sure do! And these free printable bunny notes are the perfect way to leave clues for your kids! From MomOf6.
Idea #9: Glow-in-the-Dark Easter Egg Hunt
Every year, we do some sort of Easter egg hunt using plastic eggs hidden in our yard, but I've never thought of doing one in the dark with glowing eggs! This is a great idea from Not Consumed!
Idea #10: Bunny Origami
These adorable origami bunnies only take about a minute to make, and Alli from Made with HAPPY even uses them as place cards at her Easter table!
Is your family looking forward to Easter this year? Which of these ideas are you going to try at home?Read More