Are you ready for Easter? If you are one of those who like celebrating the Savior’s resurrection, I’m sure you are already planning of things to do. Dressing up and going to the church, hosting a little family and friends party afterwards, and thinking of foods to prepare. And of course, you can’t forget about your little bunny treats for the little ones. Make your party as festive as you can. It’s all about the details just like this chocolate bunny.
Getting ready for Easter? Maybe you haven’t started decorating your house yet because it is still cold in your area. No worries. Spring will surely come and so does Easter. For the meantime, all you can do is so some spring or Easter themed crafts. This string Easter egg craft would surely be perfect.
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These will create a lovely and festive display on your table. Not only that, they are sure fun to make too. Get your embroidery floss or yarn, glue, and water balloons and make this a fun bonding time with everyone. Have fun crafting!
Looking forward to celebrating Easter? I’m sure the kids are feeling the same way too. Hunting for eggs and making Easter bunny crafts. If you have a lot of things planned, maybe a small gathering in your backyard, you can make sure that it is going to be as fun as possible. When you are done with decorating your Easter eggs, maybe you can spare some time how an Easter Bunny Ginger Bread House. How colorful the party would be?
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You don’t have to be an Irish to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Gather your friends, wear all green, and enjoy some good ol’ Irish beer. You can enjoy in an Irish pub or have a party in your own home. Of course, you don’t want to disappoint your guests. Throw a party that they won’t forget. You can start with your decorations. A festive wall wreath on your door to greet them when they arrive.
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What we love about this craft is it can be redesigned to whatever party or celebration. Paper crafts sure are fun and there are a lot more fun paper stuff you can do. Make it a weekend or spare time project with the kids. Have a fun!