Pastel colors, dunking eggs into colorful dye, and eating Peeps … wait a minute—I’m into everything I just mentioned except Peeps. Haha. Today’s post is all about Easter DIYs (and treats) like these pink bunny pancakes. I mean, c’mon—they’re just too cute.
First on the list? This easy-to-make pom pom wreath. Those ears are so darn cute. ?
If you’re looking for a different way to decorate eggs this year (instead of using dye), we designed a set of printables that kiddos are sure to love.
Speaking of dyeing eggs … our friend Rachel shared this amazing Easter egg tutorial for making your own plant-based dyes (with items you probably have in your kitchen right now).
I really love the idea of “going all out” this year and setting up a brunch display like this. I feel like we all deserve a little fancy time at home, you know?
Candy for the kids and jello shots for the adults? Sounds like a good mix to me.
You could make a set of these gradient egg cups. Add some small succulents to them to make a centerpiece or show off those dyed Easter eggs. 🙂
Or try Emma’s carrot-shaped pastries that you can fill with your favorite fillings!
Speaking of brunching at home, these place card holders look like Peeps, but they are actually made out of clay. Click here to make a set of your own!We’ll take any excuse to eat cake—especially if it’s a speckled Easter egg cake filled with strawberries.
Look at this cutie! We can’t think of a better way to create Easter memories than this halfway homemade plush bunny DIY.
This egg display doubles as Easter and spring decor (hello, pun).
Mmmm … bagels. These are the perfect mix of sweet and savory. And they’re pink!
I’ve realized there’s nothing cuter than turning everyday items into bunnies. Haha! These mandarins are no exception.
If you’re craving something savory for breakfast, Emma’s rosemary mushroom hashbrown casserole is sooo good, and the leftovers are even better.
Style your home (or mantle!) with this cute Spring Garland DIY!
If you’re like me and love having fresh flowers around the house, you could display in a floating arrangement instead of using a vase— perfect for a table centerpiece.
Happy Easter (and spring—finally!) -Jacki