Every time a holiday approaches I tell myself I’m going to stay on top of it and have loads of adorable crafts to festive-ize my home. And then I wake up and realize said holiday is tomorrow and the closest thing I have to a craft is a few dozen pins to my holiday Pinterest boards! Well I’ve got news for you, fine readers, times are achanging. Get ready for some Easter crafts… a Michael’s went in around the corner and I’ve got a hankering for some CRAFTing!
Hand Drawn Easter Eggs
I literally did these while the kids were eating dinner. That’s how simple they were. Start with a plain ol’ pack of plastic Easter eggs. (Full source list at the end of the post!)
Give them a few light coats of white spray primer.
Grab a Sharpie or a paint pen and start doodling! That’s it. SO simple.
Step 3 (Optional)
Kick back with a celebratory bowl of M&Ms. Just a suggestion here, but that’s what I chose to do…
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If you liked this, I’d love you to PIN IT –>
If that little bit of Easter goodness wasn’t enough, I’ve got more! Next Monday, I’m SO excited to be participating in a workshop virtual party with the one and only Home Depot. What’s that mean? Well The Home Depot offers workshops at all of their locations for DIYers of all ages and all experiences (Do-it-Yourself, Do-it-Herself and Kids), and next week a group of us will be participating by making a basic wooden doormat and then putting our own personal spin on it (we were compensated to participate, but the fun was free!). These DIY workshops are a great chance to learn how to build decor projects or even how to operate tools! (Visit The Home Depot for more info and to see what workshops are coming up!) And TUNE IN next Monday to see my funky spin on the doormat shown below! #DIYWorkshop #sponsored
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