Easter is coming up soon and here's some DIY projects you can do this weekend!
I've been seeing a lot of Easter bunny jars online lately.
They are so handy for storing just about anything.
I already had these little plastic animals so I used these instead of bunnies.
I used pastel colors to get the Easter feel.
My curtains are really lavender silk with ruffles - something I copied from Miles Redd.
However, in these photos, they look pink!
Aren't these the cutest animals!
White spray paint can make plastic look like porcelain.
People are always fooled into thinking they are porcelain.
Janet & I just had to try them again for Easter this year.
This elephant is from a previous post called Deceptive Plastic Animals.
Janet did a step by step instruction on spray painting.
You can check it out here.
The steps are pretty simple.
1. Wash and dry empty jars. Soak the label off before using. I like to use a little citrus oil on really sticky labels.
2. Crazy glue the animals on the center of the lids and let it dry for a while.
3. Spray paint the animals + lids in a well ventilated area.
4. Let it dry.
There's detailed instructions on spray painting here.
Aren't these adorable?
Janet & I were trying out different Easter dinner place settings for a small party I'm having.
This is a really simple & easy craft.
We used plastic eggs instead of real ones.We figured this was easier and mess free.
1.Brush craft glue onto egg.
2. Set the eggs in a bowl of glitter, use a spoon to put glitter over egg, covering the entire surface.
3. Let it dry for an hour or so on wax paper.
Voila, you have glitter eggs.
This is a real nest someone sent me...aren't birds amazing nest builders?
I don't know about you but I love these easy DIY projects.
Bunny Napkin Fold
Finally we made bunny napkins... They were super easy!!
These were made with some lavender linen napkins I had.
For step by step instructions, check it out here.
What's your favorite Easter craft?
Have a wonderful weekend!
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