Today’s post written by Cassi from The Crafty Crow

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Hello everyone! Time just flies by, doesn’t it? I can’t believe Easter is just around the corner so here are some fun ideas to get you going.

Several of these projects use googley eyes. These are a great little item to have in your craft stash – you can buy them plain or with a sticky back so think about picking some up the next time you’re out :)

Enjoy!

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1 - Sparkplugging shows you how to make these adorable finger puppets that are made from chenille stems, pompoms, and googley eyes.

Sparkpluggingchenille stemfinger puppets

2 - Everyone can make an Easter bonnet with this simple tutorial at Lottie Lulu.

LottieLulueasterhat

3 - One More Moore makes an easy Easter treat with Oreo’s, chocolate, and candies.

OneMoreMooreeasteroreos

4 – I think these sun catchers at 4 Crazy Kings are really cute – this is a great project to do with a group of kids.

4CrazyKingseggsuncatchers


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Paint some watercolor eggs with this idea at My Montessori Journey. Hang several from string and they would make a great Easter garland.

MyMontessoriJourneywatercoloregg

6 – You’ll get some beautiful eggs with this process at Full Circle, just be careful with the hot eggs!

FullCirlecrayoneggs

7 - One Golden Apple has the directions for these sweet fuzzy birds – so cute you’ll want to make a whole flock.

OneGoldenApplefuzzybird

8 - Kids can make these jelly bean bracelets found at Mrs. D. Lightful for a fun treat or party favor, or make them on your own and slip them into an Easter basket.

Mrs.D.Lightfuljellybeanbracelets

9 - More Mom Time shows you how to make these cute wobbly eggs.

MoreMomTimewobblyegg

10 - Get started now with these sprouting egg heads to have them ready for your Easter table – details are at A Number Of Things.

ANumberOfThingsegg heads

You’ll find many more great craft ideas at The Crafty Crow, I hope you’ll come by and say hello! If you have a project that you would like to submit then send it my way – details are in the right column on The Crafty Crow.

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