I am a firm believer that holiday decor doesn't have to be over the top. I mean, if you love decorating for Easter with stuffed bunnies, bright green crinkle grass and plastic eggs, go for it! But it's also OK to have a more understated holiday style. That's why I crafted these felted rabbit place settings. They're festive and fun without screaming "Easter Bunny!" You could even keep these out on the table throughout the year, customizing the colors to match your table scape. They're really easy, too. To get started, you'll need sheets of craft store felt (two sheets for each rabbit), spray adhesive, scissors and either a sewing machine or a glue gun. Oh, and this felt rabbit template right here:Ready to go?
Don't you love it when projects are so simple? Stop fumbling with plastic spoons trying to triple-dip stripes onto your Easter egg. You can get the same colorful pattern, in a convenient 2-dimensional form, without any dye stains thanks to this paint chip Easter egg garland. The idea came from Modern Parents Messy Kids. All you really need to do is buddy up to the paint guy at your local home store and grab a punch of paint chips. Go rainbow, go monochrome. Whatever! You could even extend this to a birthday party or any other occasion by cutting out different shapes from your paint swatches. Color-coordinating party decorations has never been easier. Ready to get started? Grab your chips and some craft supplies and let's get going. (Oh, you'll also want to print out our free Egg Garland Template, below)