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Fresh Finds: Easter 2012

Easter is rapidly approaching, it’s true, but we still have a few days left to get creative.  Today I’m presenting 9 of my very favorite ideas from 2012.  Every idea may not appeal, or even apply (see idea #1), to everyone but I’m pretty confident that somewhere in this list is something you’re gonna like!

 

1) Egg Baby Announcements
2) The Easter Breakfast Bar
3) Chalkboard Bunny Gift Labels

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4) How to Create a Floral Centerpiece
5) Easter Craft: Peeps Tower (my final Easter activity of the year)
6) Colorful Tape Easter Baskets

7) No-Sew Burlap Bow Ties (via Design Mom)
8) 12 Pages of Free Easter Printables from Mooo! (via colour me there)
9) Rustic Chalkboard Easter Eggs

Other Easter Posts on MPMK:

  1. DIY Paint Chip Easter Garland
  2. Easter Basket Idea: Water Bead Eggs 
  3. Fresh Finds for the Easter Basket
  4. Free Printable: Easter Memory Game
  5. Anatomy of a Creative Play Easter Basket
  6. A Simple Handmade Toy for Baby’s Easter Basket
  7. Creative Play Easter Basket: Baby Edition
  8. Easter Style: Sew vs. Shop
  9. Candy-Free Easter Goodies
 

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Rachel May Bailey ~ owner, creator, crafter, mommy April 6, 2012 at 2:43 pm

We also try to reuse empty Easter eggs! We have an activity idea posted for preschoolers and a matching activity using everyday items:
http://busybagcentral.blogspot.com/

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debbye @ The Baby Sleep Site April 6, 2012 at 5:35 pm

I LOVE the Peeps! I am getting some for sure for my kiddos to build with Peeps! :)

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Andrea April 6, 2012 at 10:58 pm

Oh my goodness. Talk about cuteness overload!! Thanks for the sweet new projects to try. I’ve officially got to do something with chalkboard paint : )

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