This simple Easter Egg garland is super easy and quick to make, and very inexpensive. Continue reading
These little pom pom Easter bunnies are a good way to use up spare yarn and felt scraps. Continue reading
If you have an old basket lying around, a little construction paper can turn it into a festive Easter bunny basket. Continue reading
An old silk tie will produce uniquely dyed Easter eggs. Continue reading
You can dye your eggs in gradient by slowly removing them from a single dye color one section at a time. Continue reading
This technique is basically the same as the Ukrainian batik eggs, except that you use masking tape instead of hot wax to mask the eggs from the dye. Continue reading
This is a quick way to put a “reverse” image design on an Easter egg.
Just dab a little paint over the leaf with the sponge and the leaf’s basic shape remains free of paint on the egg. Continue reading
Paper easter eggs are less mess than traditionally dyed or painted eggs, plus the finished egg can be glued onto a card.
Here’s an easy way to make an Easter basket card.
I’ve been in a bit of a cardmaking frenzy lately, so here’s another one. This one for the upcoming Easter holiday.