A PRINTABLE EASTER

The kiddos had this Thursday off for Easter/Spring break so we spent the day doing lots of Eastery things! First I made them into my little bunny helpers! : ) Then they got to work, making bunny tails, Easter cards, cupcakes, and eggs! Everything was very simple to do and super inexpensive. And most of the projects we did involved FREE printables that you can download and use for your Easter activities too!

What are you planning for your Easter gathering? If this post inspires any of your activities, I would love to know! Hoppy Easter everyone! xo

We printed the bunny ears found HERE from HGTV on cardstock. We cut them out and then taped them to thin headbands I got at the dollar store. 

We printed the bunny ears found HERE from HGTV on cardstock. We cut them out and then taped them to thin headbands I got at the dollar store. 

Find these free bag toppers from The Idea Room  at theidearoom.net HERE! We printed them on card stock, folded them in half, and then stapled them to the top of the bag. 

Find these free bag toppers from The Idea Room  at theidearoom.net HERE! We printed them on card stock, folded them in half, and then stapled them to the top of the bag. 

Find these adorable Easter cards and Easter basket tags from Jamie at The Crafting Chicks at thecraftingchicks.com HERE! We printed them on card stock and then attached pom pom bunny tails with hot glue! Very simple and cute! 

Find these adorable Easter cards and Easter basket tags from Jamie at The Crafting Chicks at thecraftingchicks.com HERE! We printed them on card stock and then attached pom pom bunny tails with hot glue! Very simple and cute! 

You'll need some milk while you're making those cupcakes! The kids drew bunny faces on their milk glasses with whiteboard markers. : )

You'll need some milk while you're making those cupcakes! The kids drew bunny faces on their milk glasses with whiteboard markers. : )

I got inspiration from topinspired.com for these scrumptious cupcakes HERE! We used funfetti mix and food coloring in our vanilla frosting. To top them, we used speckled jelly beans, chocolate bunnies, sprinkles, and strips of color card stock for the handles. They're much simpler than they look, I promise! : ) 

I got inspiration from topinspired.com for these scrumptious cupcakes HERE! We used funfetti mix and food coloring in our vanilla frosting. To top them, we used speckled jelly beans, chocolate bunnies, sprinkles, and strips of color card stock for the handles. They're much simpler than they look, I promise! : ) 

We used cheap acyrlic paints (50 cents each at the craft store) and sharpie markers for easy Easter eggs! Check out my Spring Pinterest board for all of my favorite egg ideas! 

We used cheap acyrlic paints (50 cents each at the craft store) and sharpie markers for easy Easter eggs! Check out my Spring Pinterest board for all of my favorite egg ideas! 

It gets harder as the kids get older to come up with egg fillings the kids will like (besides $$ of course!) Some of the goodies I included were: marbles, bazooka gum, water balloons, sour patch kids, pencil grippies, and stick on mustaches!

It gets harder as the kids get older to come up with egg fillings the kids will like (besides $$ of course!) Some of the goodies I included were: marbles, bazooka gum, water balloons, sour patch kids, pencil grippies, and stick on mustaches!

To end our Easter festivities, we played the DON'T EAT THE PEEP game. I originally planned to play this game just with my 2 kids, but I decided to bring it to my moms and join everyone in on the fun. It's for little kids and really simple to play with only one rule: Don't eat the peep! I wasn't sure how it'd go over with older kids and adults, but it ended up being a hilariously great time! We used sour candy to make it more interesting, and each time someone went and "won" they got to eat a real peep. Get the rules and your Peep board HERE from Thirty Handmade Days! 

To end our Easter festivities, we played the DON'T EAT THE PEEP game. I originally planned to play this game just with my 2 kids, but I decided to bring it to my moms and join everyone in on the fun. It's for little kids and really simple to play with only one rule: Don't eat the peep! I wasn't sure how it'd go over with older kids and adults, but it ended up being a hilariously great time! We used sour candy to make it more interesting, and each time someone went and "won" they got to eat a real peep. Get the rules and your Peep board HERE from Thirty Handmade Days! 

Don't Eat The Peep Family Easter Game!
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