From the category archives:

Easter

Tired of the same old egg dunking routine?  Step out of the box (pardon the pun) this Easter with these fun and unique ways to decorate your Easter Eggs!image

Click on each link below to visit the original website and see the full tutorial on each technique.

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Celebrate Easter with tons of fun activities happening all over the South Shore this month, including  story times, crafts, egg hunts, plus photos and even lunch with the Easter Bunny himself!

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Here’s what’s happening around town this month for Easter:  {keep reading…}

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Once Easter has come and gone, the candy has been eaten, toys played with, and plastic grass has gotten into every corner of your home, hold onto those plastic eggs!  They are good for lots of fun crafts and activities that your kids will love.  From critters to teacups, and even some learning tools, here are our favorite Pinterest Picks for reinventing your plastic Easter eggs:  {keep reading…}

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We love making cupcakes for holiday desserts.  You can whip up a batch fairly quickly, and they’re hard to mess up.  Plus, you can dress them up pretty easily with colored frosting, toppings, and fun printable wrappers!  Get ready for Easter with our top Pinterest picks for Easter cupcake ideas:

Pretty Peeps Cupcakes
from Nola Mommy
Store bought Peeps dipped in melted chocolate make a yummy cupcake topper

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Put a twist on your Easter Egg Hunt this year by stuffing your eggs with Legos, puzzle pieces or treasure hunt clues instead of candy.  The kids will love it, and it will buy you some time while preparing your Easter meal!

1.  Puzzle Hunt - Purchase an age appropriate puzzle, and split the pieces up into separate eggs.   Once all of the eggs are found, the kids can assemble their new puzzle!

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Plastic Easter EggsThere is less than a week until Easter, time to check your stock of basket fillers!  While chocolate bunnies, jelly beans and other sweets definitely make their way into our baskets each year, I do try and include some other non-edible treats for my kiddos.  If I didn’t, they’d be eating candy until June.

Here are 25 fun, non-candy ideas for Easter Egg fillers!  {keep reading…}

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