Here are some of my favorite projects from the Life of the Party link up. I think all of these Easter ideas are AMAZING!
The easy Easter basket cupcakes from Sparkles and a Stove look too cute to eat! I know kids would love making these adorable Easter cupcakes.
How amazing are the book page Easter eggs from Juggling Act Mama? She gives an easy-to-follow tutorial about how to complete this unique Easter project.
Architecture of a Mom created these super chic mod metallic Easter eggs. You would never guess that these silver eggs started as the plain plastic grocery store variety.
The bunny munch from Julie’s Eats and Treats looks delicious! This fantastic snack mix is full of popcorn, egg shaped candy coated chocolates, pretzels and peanuts. The entire mixture has a delicious coating. Check out her post to find out more about it.
The Little Red Window features a super creative DIY cardboard Easter wreath. She made this wreath for $0! It is amazing!
I cant imagine putting candy in anything more adorable than these carrot treat bags from Sum of Their Stories. I bet your little Easter bunnies would love to receive these in their baskets.
The rice krispy bird’s nest treats from Mom’s Confession combine two of my favorite things…..rice krispy treats and Cadbury mini eggs. They are so cute and would be a huge hit with kids!
The baking soda Easter eggs from the DIY Dreamer are so much fun! I had no idea you could make a dough from baking soda. This has kid-friendly project written all over it.
The Little Red Window has created another adorable Easter decoration. The lace doily Easter eggs are so classy. I love that they are so unique and different from the eggs you find in the store.
I Should Be Mopping The Floor has created the cutest printable bunny banner. Guess what? You can easily print it out and hang it in your own house.
I made this frozen shaving gel Easter egg project. Your kids will have a blast playing with the foamy, slushy eggs.
The DIY Easter straw bunny from Natural Maker Mom at Satsuma Designs is so innovative. I love this little, edible strawberry treat. These would be so cute to serve at an Easter event.
Karen Titus created this adorable Easter basket with fringe scissors. This basket would be perfect to hold Easter treats for a classroom party or just to give away for the special holiday.
The Chirping Moms created this fantastic bunny wreath. I’ve never seen anything quite like it. It is definitely on my to do list. While you’re checking out this post, look at the DIY bunny pillow underneath it—so cute!
I hope you are inspired to create something amazing for Easter!