Easter fell a little late this year and left us plenty of extra time to prepare for the celebration!
Wrong. Well, in my case anyway. Easter still snuck up on me this year!
I thought I’d gather some SUPER-EASY and LAST-MINUTE ideas for Easter… just in case anyone else is in the same boat! 😉
So one of the first things I think about are Easter decorations! Here are some ideas to get you rolling:
I loved the tissue paper balls as the centerpiece for this lovely Easter celebration! Diane @ In My Own Style constructed this table setting and gives tips on creating the look. Also, find free-printables for the napkin rings here.
Michael Lee West @ Rattlebridge Farm created this beautiful cake! It looks like it took her hours but you may be fooled. See how she put it all together on her blog, here. You could even use this as your dessert and your centerpiece!
Remember this recipe for the easiest cookies ever!? Time to break it out again! Add an easy cream cheese frosting (recipe here) and fruit for mini fruit pizzas or buy icing and sprinkles for a super-fast dessert! Colorful and festive! – Me @ Rustic Honey 🙂
FUN FOR THE FAMILY:
Tiffany @ Daily Leisure has compiled some cute and easy Easter crafts for kids. All of the ideas look fun and festive using simple supplies you may already have at home for your little ones. Check out her ideas (and adorable photos) here!
No time left to dye Easter eggs? Don’t want the mess? With little ones, sticker decorating can be just as fun! Here are some great ideas from Putti’s World. Would work great on plastic eggs!
Allison @ No Time For Flashcards has many crafts and activities for kids. This one seemed especially quick and easy as a last-minute craft for the kiddos this Easter. Here is the supply list and step-by-step photos.
Need some last minute gift ideas? I thought these would be pretty easy to throw together!
I thought these cones were very original and perfect for kids! See this idea and how to dress up many other store-bought goodies here @ All The Small Things.
I just know my niece and nephew would think this was funny! Free printable too! – Jessie @ Hubadub.com
And this mason jar idea for the chocolate bunny just takes this gift up a notch! Perfect basket-stuffers as well! Find the instructions @ Dixie Delights.
I sure hope this round-up of easy and quick ideas have inspired you to create a memorable and festive Easter holiday for your family! Now… off to the grocery store! Time’s a wastin’!
Have a great Easter weekend everyone!