These Faceted Paper Egg Cups are the perfect way to display all your newly dyed Easter Eggs. They’re super easy to make and can be decorated to match the design of your eggs. Plus, because they’re made of paper, you won’t feel guilty throwing them in the recycling bin after the festivities are over. (I think they pair perfectly with Watercolored Eggs!)
Since little balloons make the perfect egg shape, we couldn’t resist making these Easter egg pinatas. We decided to use 5-inch balloons so each child at our Easter party could have their own pinata. Then, we filled them up with candy eggs. But if you’re trying to avoid sweets, confetti is another fun alternative. I can’t wait to see the creative ways they use to break them open! (Love pinatas like I do? Then don’t miss all our DIY pinatas right here!)
Easter might be my favorite holiday. After the dreary winter months, I love welcoming back warm weather, budding flowers, new life, and colorful clothing. This year on Easter, I’m planning to embrace pastels with an outfit that’s easy to transition from the brunch table to an egg hunt with friends. What will you be wearing?
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.
1. Design Mom’s idea of the perfect Easter gift box.
2. The cutest 1 year old birthday party on Kelli Murray’s Blog (by Sitting In A Tree.)
3. Miniature terrariums by The House That Lars Built.
4. Martha Stewart’s perfectly folded bunny napkins.
5. Mr. Printable’s Origami ‘Bipyramid’ tutorial.