For this week’s edition of Friday Favorites, I want to feature some of the fabulous DIY Easter ideas some of my fellow bloggers have shared. These are so creative! I’d love to incorporate them into my Elegant Easter Table Ideas post from earlier this week!
#5 Washi Tape Easter Eggs
So I never quite jumped on the washi tape bandwagon, but this seems like a fun, chic way to decorate eggs – and a lot cleaner! The best part is that it’s so easy! DIY instructions over at Lovely Indeed.
#4 Cadbury Mini Eggs Layer Cake
Cadbury Eggs are my #1 favorite Easter Eggs. Cadbury Mini Eggs, while lacking the delicious filling, are also very tasty. So the opportunity to use them on a cake? An Easter color layer cake even? Sounds like a good idea to me. Although I have to admit that in our family, the tradition is the bunny cake. Recipe via The Gunny Sack.
#3 Glitzy Easter Placecards
I featured a few placecard ideas with my previous Easter post, but I love these because they are so simple! I love the little bit of glitter and glamour – different from the typical pastel palette. DIY instructions over at Oh Happy Day.
#2 Glittered Easter Pails
I must have glitter on my mind this Easter! I love these glittery pails – what a step up from Easter baskets! I know these were made with little girls in mind, but I wouldn’t mind receiving this as an adult (see #1 below!). DIY instructions or at Freutcake.
#1 Grown-Up Easter Basket Ideas
So, true confession: I still get an Easter basket from my mom. She tried to cut me off a few years ago but I wasn’t happy with that decision… let’s just say I expressed my disappointment and ever since, Easter baskets have appeared for both my husband and me. So you could say that I’m a fan of the adult-friendly Easter basket. Cupcakes and Cashmere has some great ideas of what to include if you’re putting a basket together for an adult – I especially love the reusable berry basket instead of a traditional basket! Hint, hint, Mom!
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