Glam Easter EggsGlam Easter Eggs
These glittered eggs truly are a snap to create and any size of natural (emptied out first) or craft eggs — papier mache, foam or wood — can be used. First, paint eggs in colors of your choice and allow paint to dry. Then, cover eggs with spray adhesive and while adhesive is tacky, sprinkle on glitter. For best results, work in small sections to ensure that eggs are evenly glittered on all sides.
Monogrammed Boy's BucketMonogrammed Boy's Bucket
More practical than a basket, this Easter bucket can be used year-round to store small toys or taken to the beach or on picnics for toting snacks. Adding the child's name is especially great for small children because it helps with name recognition, and in multi-child families, personalized buckets will eliminate confusion (and possible arguments) over which treats and toys are whose. Ready to create your own Easter bucket? Check out the full step-by-step instructions.
Pretty in PinkPretty in Pink
Your little princess will be very happy to see spots on Easter morning when she wakes up to find this adorable bucket filled with treats. The ribbon roses add a sweet touch and, despite appearances, are really easy to make. Want to create your own Easter bucket? Check out the full step-by-step instructions.