Hey Everyone! I had so much fun yesterday filming with Good Things Utah! I hope you guys enjoyed the segment. Today, I will be live on KUTV Salt Lake City sharing even more Easter projects. If you are hosting Easter this year, you are not going to want to miss the below projects. We've got you covered from party decor and decorations to fun projects to keep your kiddos entertained during the festivities!
As Seen on KUTV Salt Lake City
Make Easter even more special this year with a note from the Easter Bunny! You can easily create these adorable bunny's out of envelopes. Add some paper ears and draw on a face and you are all set. Write a special note and pop it inside of the bunny envelope and leave it inside your child's Easter basket. They will love their special note from the Easter Bunny.
Get your kids into the crafty spirit with these Easter Bunny hats! These hats are simple to make. All you need are paper ears, googly eyes, a pom-pom and a black marker. You kids can have fun designing their very own Easter Bunny. When they are finished, they can place it on top of their head!
Don't serve your drinks in plain, boring cups, when you can up your drink game with these bunny drink stirrers and washi taped cups! You can easily add some washi tape to the side of your cups for an instant transformation. Pop in your bunny stirrers are you have festive drinks to serve to your guests.
Don't forget to give your guests a parting gift. These easy carrot treat holders can be whipped up in minutes! All you need is some cardstock, scissors, and glue! These are the perfect vessel to house jellybeans.
You can't go wrong with a festive Easter banner. This cute banner was created using the We R Memory Keepers Alphabet Punch Board. In a few easy steps, you can whip up your own Easter banner! The punch board can be used for other occations once Easter has come and gone.
If you are looking for a way to invite your guests into your home for Easter, this wreath is for you. You can easily create these colorful flowers out of crepe paper. Whip up a bunch of these and glue them to a wreath form for an instant wreath. Add a few paper leaves and you are all set!