Refresh Your Easter Egg Hunt

Easter Egg Decoration

So great! Wouldn’t it be special for your little ones to hunt for these this year?? Reader’s Digest really hit the nail on the head with nine fun, and incredibly creative ideas for decorating Easter eggs. They’ve even included what supplies you’ll need, and the steps for egg design and creation! Hunting for eggs was always such a magical time as child, especially when one or two of the eggs were designated as “prize eggs.” Such fun! So when you’re coloring eggs this year, don’t hesitate to travel down memory lane and make every detail a lasting memory for your loved ones.

There are all types of interesting ways to spruce up Easter, and it’s not just limited to eggs. Head over to The Mom Creative to see her 101 Kid’s Easter Basket ideas, for a collection of goodies to include in your little one’s baskets. And for some extra tips on Easter decoration, revisit our Easter is Sweet post!

Happy Easter from Sweet Abode!

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Easter is Sweet!

With Easter this Sunday, I thought I would share some inspiration for a fun and whimsical celebration. 

There are so many fun ways to dress up your table for an Easter brunch.  If you are doing an outdoor tablescape, it would look so festive to use pieces of grass as placemats or a runner.  You can even pop some eggs and flowers in for an element of surprise!

 If you are having a large group of kids over for your Easter brunch, a really fun way to decorate is to have a long table with groups of tulips, daffodils, daisies and lilies surrounded by pails and bowls of snacks.

 

If you really want to get the little ones excited, candy topiaries are the way to go!!  They make such an adorable centerpiece and they can go home with your guests to make a fun bedroom decoration.  

All of the easter egg hunting is going to make the kids, and grown-ups thirsty, but don’t just pass out boring water bottles.  Give them adorable BUNNY FACE drinks.  Use a pretty paper, cut out a bunny head shape, get the kids to decorate the faces and tape to any bottle you choose.  Adorable!!

Final inspiration has to be from Martha Stewart.  This is just TOO BEAUTIFUL!!  Make a delicate centerpiece in a pastel palette of tulips, surrounded by glass bowls of jelly beans in matching colors…truly simple and SO inspiring!!