A band of bunnies? A round of rabbits? A handful of hares? A crew of cottontails? Whatever you want to call them, these cupcake toppers are very easy and very cute - and all you need are five simple supplies. How sweet will these look on the dessert table this Easter?!
Materials needed: white pom-poms, colored paper – white, pink, saffron yellow, toothpicks, glue, scissors.
Step 7: Insert into cupcakes and enjoy.
Here is a quick and easy project for Easter. We picked up some baskets from the thrift store and gave them a fresh look with just a little paint. It took barely any time and cost only a few dollars. A cute little way to brighten up your easter basket. (ps: I can’t believe this Easter Egg Hunt was a year ago! Time flies.)
Here are some sweet little bunny ear bags. Our crafter this week, Irene, happens to have a thing for rabbits. So when we were talking about different ideas she came up with these clever little treat bags. You could use them for Easter Baskets or just to hand out treats. Either way they are adorable!
This week, we had a few extra shopping bags lying around our house. So in honor of the season, we decided to transform them into funny Easter Animal Masks. These are easy for kids to make, so it’s a great activity to do as a family. And they’re the perfect way to keep kids entertained during that Easter brunch.
I’ve made floral party hats before, but this week we made a whole paper flower tree in our studio (DIY coming soon!) and it made me want to do a refresh of one of my favorite crafts ever. These fascinators have a crepe paper base, but we added painted paper petals to give them an extra punch of color. We attached flowers in different sizes and added a few hanging ribbons to make them more interesting. I’m in love with the final product! They’ll definitely be making an appearance at our Easter party.