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Michele Aucello

Kids still begging for Easter Egg hunts? Try making your own surprise-filled eggs instead. Read more

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Kids will wonder how the Easter Bunny got these sweet treats inside these colorful eggs? Read more

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Do your kids love a mess? If so, they are sure to love this unconventional way to color Easter eggs using shaving cream and food coloring. Read more

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Here's an idea for after the hunt. Use plastic eggs to make these Easter-inspired layered gelatin desserts. Read more

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Powdered donuts and some sweet add-ons create an easy-to-make, edible bunny. Read more

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Make It: Washi Tape Easter Eggs

Photo: Aaron K. Yoshino

Try something new this spring. Use colorful Washi tape to cover your Easter eggs. Read more

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We saw some Minion Easter eggs on Pinterest and had to give them a try. Read more

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Make It: Decoupage Easter Eggs

Photo: Michele Aucello

Use colorful party napkins to decorate eggs for a bright, new look in your Easter basket. Read more

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Make It: Melted Crayons Easter Eggs

Photo: Aaron K. Yoshino

Use your old broken crayons to color your Easter eggs. Read more

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Turn orphaned socks into cute, snuggly Easter decorations. Read more

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This project is great for all ages. Younger kids won't have to color within the lines. Older kids will enjoy blending their own custom colors. Read more

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Even the youngest children can help make these holiday desserts. Read more

Holiday

These melt-in-your-mouth treats could spark a snowball fight! Scoop cookies into pails for a classroom snack or a fun party favor. Read more

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This little bag of oats and sprinkles is sure to guide Santa’s sleigh right to your home. Read more

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Capture your child’s signature in an ornament you'll keep on your tree for years to come. Read more

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It's going to be a long night watching for Santa. Get kids ready with a box full of goodies to keep them cozy during their wait. Read more

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Start your new year with a bang and some fun trinkets with a traditional Christmas craft. Read more

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From peppermint-chocolate popcorn to fizzing sidewalk chalk, five budget-friendly and fun gift ideas for everyone on your list. Read more

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Personalize your entryway with colorful, handmade window clings. Read more

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Capture your child’s Christmas wish list in his or her own handwriting as a priceless keepsake. Read more

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