Easter Crafts

Last Minute Quick As a Wink Easter Bunnies to Make

Adorable Bunny made using pattern from Abby Glassenberg

Still need a bunny for your basket?

Don't despair! There is still plenty of time to make one! Or two or three!

It only took me a couple hours to stitch and stuff the plump little pink bunny above. If you have a bit of stuffing and a little felt or plush in the house you are set! Easter Bunny in a couple hours! Less if (unlike me) you sew him on the machine!

Five Years of Easter Egg Goodness!

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Easter Eggs have been the focus of my past five Easter celebrations on Gingerbreadsnowflakes! My egg baskets are full! Before I move on to to my new focus this year - bunnies - I've put together a little link guide to the past five years of Easter egg goodness.

Check Out the New Additions to Gingerbreadsnowflakes!

Apple Blossoms

My super awesome daughter Diane, who takes very good care of her technically challenged mother, has added a couple new goodies to Gingerbreadsnowflakes!

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Surprisingly Pretty Easter Eggs - Created With Silk Yarn!

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I unpacked these eggs today and fell in love all over again!  And since the original tutorial lies buried in an old post where it is sharing space with several other egg decorating ideas, I decided to "lift" it and give it it's very own post!

So!  Here it is again!  

Edible Pysanky!

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Yes! Edible Pysanky! A perfect way to keep kids occupied until their Dinosaur eggs are cool enough to unwrap! Or simply let them spend an afternoon drawing pretty designs on hard boiled eggs. I don't know why I didn't think of this before!

All that is needed for this project: Hard boiled eggs cool enough to handle and Wilton FoodWriter Edible Color Markers.

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