Easter Egg Wreath
This Easter Egg Wreath is so pretty and very simple to make.
You will need:
Straw wreath (I got mine at Michael's)
Plastic Easter eggs
Hot glue gun
Tie a ribbon at the top of the wreath so that it will hang. Then create a pretty bow. Next begin to hot glue the plastic Easter eggs around the wreath. You will need to cover the top and the sides(don't worry about gluing eggs on the back of the wreath). Then glue the Easter grass in all of the spaces in between the eggs. Lastly, trim the grass so that it is even.
Curious Bunny in a Flower Pot
This curious bunny in a flower pot is an adorable Easter decoration. I discovered it online and I just had to make one myself. It proved to be super easy and very cute!
You will need:
A Small clay Pot
A pretty Flower
Large white Pom Pom (3 in.)
Small White Pom Pom
Pink and White felt
hot glue gun
Place some moss and a flower inside the pot. Next glue the small white pom pom on top of the large pom pom (this will be the tail). Next cut the bunny feet with the white felt. Sort of create a tear drop shape pattern for the feet. Next cut out 4 pink round circles for the bottom of the bunny feet. and glue on to the white felt feet. Then cut around the bottom of the feet to create toes. Glue the feet to the end of the large pom pom just under the tail. Then place the large on top of the pot.
Very simple and adorable!
Bunny Easter Eggs
Transform ordinary plastic Easter eggs into adorable bunnies! This fun craft idea takes very little time and supplies.
You will need:
Plastic Easter Eggs
Colorful pipe cleaners
white pom poms
Cut a pipe cleaner in half. Use this as one of the ears. Pull the pipe cleaner through one of the holes on the top of the egg creating a loop as the ear. Bend the ends of the pipe cleaner so that it doesn't slide out of the hole. Do the same for the other ear. For the feet do the same technique but cut a smaller piece of the pipe cleaner (1/4 of the pipe cleaner). Next with a hot glue gone glue a white pom pom on the back bottom half of the egg. This will be the bunny tail and allow the egg to sit up right. Then glue the googly eyes and draw a mouth.
Then if you like you can fill the egg with jelly beans and other candy.
What is St. Patrick's Day without some gold? This is a festive craft that you can do with little ones or surprise them with it on St. Patrick's Day morning. Say that a cute little Leprechaun left it behind.
You will need:
Some rocks that you can get from outside or purchase from the store. (got mine for $1 from Walmart)
Mod Podge glue
Fine gold glitter
With the foam brush apply the mod podge to the rocks. Then sprinkle the gold glitter evenly to the rocks making sure to cover it completely. Then set it to dry.
Then you have really awesome Leprechaun Gold!
This a really easy craft idea for St. Patrick's Day that kids will absolutely enjoy. All you need is a paper plate, paint, glitter, cotton balls, glue and some festive stickers.
I created a pot of gold featuring a rainbow. Simply paint half of the paper plate black and the top portion the colors of the rainbow. Then you will cut the center. I found some adorable St. Patrick's Day stickers that had gold coins which was perfect for the fun craft project. I also added some gold glitter around the coins. For the clouds at the end of the rainbow I glued some cotton balls.
There you have it, a cute paper plate pot of gold for St. Patrick's Day.
How adorable is this sock snowman? This is a great DIY project you can do with kids.
Here is what you need:
-White tube sock
-orange felt(carrot nose)
-any color felt you like (scarf)
-pom pom any color you like (hat)
-fishing line or white string
-16 oz rice (uncooked)
-fill the sock with the uncooked rice. Tie the top of the sock up to where the rice fills it (this is just to secure it so the rice doesn't fall out).
-next create the 3 sections of the snowman (small, medium, large snowball) by tying the sections with string. I used fishing line.
-With the top(head) part of the snowman roll the excess of the sock(where you initially tied it) wrapping it around the head this will be the hat. Then glue on a pom pom.
- next cut a small triangle of orange felt for the nose and with the marker draw on the eyes and mouth on the head of the snowman.
-then cut a strip of felt and fringe the end to create the scarf. Glue that around the neck.
- Lastly with the marker draw the buttons of the snowman on the body. Or you can even glue on small buttons.
You can creative with this project and it is super easy.
No Carve Festive Pumpkins
You don't have to carve pumpkins to make them look incredibly awesome and festive. There are all sorts of fun ways to decorate pumpkins, the creativity is endless!
With the Large pumpkin I simply used an old pair of fancy fishnet stockings and topped with some decorative fall leaves.
The medium sized pumpkin I decided to paint with leopard print spots. I absolutely LOVE leopard print so this pumpkin truly reflects my personality.
With one of the small white pumpkins I decided to cover it with a fishnet and used it as a stencil. I then spray painted it with glossy orange spray paint that I just happened to have.. Then I found a nice orange and black lace ribbon from Michael's.
The last small white pumpkin I simply just put self adhesive gems on it. Perfect for those that love bling!
Hope you like it!
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