Swirl-an-Egg Decorated Eggs

I love the bright colors of these eggs and the fun marbled designs!  I used Dudley’s Swirl an Egg kit to make these eggs.

Here we are swirling the eggs in the dye.  There is oil with the dye, so that is how the marbled effect is created.

We like to use the Dudley Bunny Tongs for easier egg handling with no dye on your fingers!  We also had a glass of water for rinsing off the tongs between colors.

Easter Egg Topiary Tree

This Easter topiary tree is an nice, inexpensive decoration that can add a festive touch anywhere around your home!

Some of the supplies needed for the Easter Egg Topiary tree are shown in the photo above.

Here is a list of supplies needed:

Decorated blown eggs – I used Dudley’s Majestic Eggs decorating kit to color the eggs that I used on the this tree.  This kit makes the best colored eggs – so easy and mess-free!  Other supplies needed are: styrofoam cone, green Spanish moss, terra cotta flower pot, floral pins, floral foam, knife, scissors, hot glue gun, hot glue sticks, and ribbon.

Pin spanish moss to the foam cone using the florist pins.

Cut floral foam and put into pot.  Put one end of the dowel into the base of the cone and then put the other end it into the floral foam.

Hot glue the decorated blown eggs to the topiary.  I also took a little clipping of some English Ivy from our yard and wrapped it around the part of the dowel that is showing to camouflage the dowel.  You could also just cover it with ribbon.

Watermelon Bunnies

Here is a healthy alternative to Easter candy that is still a sweet treat!

I used a bunny cookie cutter to cut the bunny out of a slice from a seedless watermelon.

I put the bunnies into these cute Easter themed cupcake holders.

Easter Cookies

When your four year old son helps to make the Easter cookies, you end up with other cookie designs besides bunnies and chicks – you end up with jet planes, trains and firetrucks!




Happy Easter Banner!

This is an easy and festive decoration that I made with my son.


I cut out the letters and let him paint designs on them.  I cut the fabric rectangles using pinking shears, so there is no need to sew the ends.  I used a glue gun to secure the fabric to the yellow ribbon and then hung it up.

Bright and Easy Easter Egg Designs!

Colorful Easter Eggs Embellished with Craft Stickers!




For these eggs  I used Dudley’s Easter Egg Coloring kits.  The dye tablets in those kits provide the brightest colors of all of the different kits that I have tried.

I used some craft stickers and applied them to the eggs.

These are so easy for adults or children to make!

Share the Love!

My son painted this train mailbox for his preschool Valentine's Day party. He also put the letters for his name on it.

Valentine's Day Pancakes

Another centerpiece idea for Valentine's Day!

A simple way to display your love on Valentine's Day!

My four year old painted this centerpiece for Valentine's Day.