Things are still pretty busy around here. I’m working my way through a list of things to cancel, organise, replace, repair, throw out, donate etc. Our move dates are set and it feels like all the todo lists has become do now lists! I’ve been working on the blogs in my spare minutes (Munchkin et moi received an bit of an update).
And all of a sudden Easter is almost here! I’m planning a little Easter tea party for Munchkin and one of her friends next week, but that’s the limit so far this year.
We’re staying in Lausanne for Easter (with maybe a little day trip to Lyon) as life has become a bit too hectic for a trip to London right at the minute. DM has so much on I’m trying to avoid adding too much to the todo list or I’m worried he’ll wear himself out before we even leave.
I really want to find time to make some more eggs to add to our collection this year. Here’s some inspiration I’ve found! And some of my Easter crafts from earlier years.
This video tutorial from Inkstruck is fantastic and has me wanting to try watercolour Easter eggs.
I adore the simplicity of these eggs. Using just a permanent marker and a healthy dose of creativity Hello Lidy creates these gorgeous Scandinavian inspired designs.
This fun project is from Mr Printables. It’d be great to do with your kids!
These eggs were dipped and then decorated with a sharpie by Confetti Sunshine. Such a sweet idea!
Bouffant eggs?! These retro styled Easter treats are such fun! Created by Studio DIY
Adorable printables from Lia Griffith
Guess what I’m making tonight? Miffy pouches from Everything Emily
Another fun project from Studio DIY
Alisa Burke created some wonderful geometric eggs.
Love Lisa. A seriously talented illustrator. I want these eggs… all of them!
More fantastic work from Mr Printables.
Simple, sweet and so effective! From Papercut Magazine
Glitter, glitter everywhere! But what a fun way to make sure your Easter is remembered by all your guests… for months as they find sparkly bits forever imbedded in their clothes haha. But so pretty! By Griottes
Your Lego fan will adore these! Created using printable tattoo paper, this great tutorial is from It’s Always Autumn
And here’s the Easter Bunny milk carton printable I created last year.
This guy got loads of attention again this year. I’ve got to create another one in the series for DM.
Using the same technique I created these ampersand eggs for our table.
A lovely friend created this gorgeous Easter basket as a gift a few years ago. The link to the video tutorial is in the post.