Easter Idea Roundup

We’re just about a week out from Easter, and the excitement is building around here.

Peek-a-who sent me monogramed Jellycat bunnies for each kiddo’s basket…


and I’m also throwing in personalized Tervis cups in each one. In our house, so far, mommy and daddy’s big Tervis cups are coveted and cool. And they only ever have water in them. So it’s part of my ploy to get them to drink more water willingly because the plan is these cups are ONLY for water.

I mean, we’ll see how long that lasts.

Anyway, I haven’t had much time this year to come up with anything clever or crafty for the Easter season, but I did so much last year that I thought I’d put together this roundup post for those of you who missed or forgot about all that.


 I need to break out at least my Peeps wreath this week, and glue some fresh Peeps in that little nest. You can read the full tutorial here. 


Here’s a post with some non-candy egg stuffer ideas. We may end up doing the puzzle piece idea this year for a trip to Great Wolf Lodge (that was already gifted to us by my mom for Christmas). #doubledip


If the thought of mixing kids and liquids that are made to STAIN things gives you hives, this dye-free decorating post is for you.


 I swear, this Peeps fruit salad is actually delicious.


 As is this layered Peeps Rice Krispie treat. You can find both leftover Peeps recipes here. 

Do you have creative, crafty, yummy Easter ideas you’ve blogged about? I’d love if you’d link up below!

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  1. Rebecca johns on

    I love love love Tervis Tumblers!My father and my brother both work in the factory in aOsprey/Laurel FL, making them!

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