Archive for the ‘Easter’ Category

Marshmallow Easter Bunny

Friday, March 21st, 2008

marshmallow easter bunny

Craft supplies

2 large marshmallows (not real ones, from the craft store)

White curly chenille

White foam scrap


1 “rub on” face (+ invisible tape)

Loaded glue gun

For carrot: orange felt scrap, green chenille cuts


We start with a tip: “rub on” faces do not stick on soft surfaces which marshmallow is. So we recommend just to cut it out neatly (in a circle) andΒ  tape it to the “head”

Hotglue head and body together

Curve chenille in loops and hotglue – ears to the top of the head, “hands” by sides of the body

Trace the bottom of body on white foam, and, as you already did many times (if you use this site) add round “ears” to that circle, recalling that favorite talkative mouse πŸ™‚ ) Cut it out

Hotglue that “mouse face” to the bottom of the body – that would be feet πŸ™‚

Cut out small semicircle out of orange felt

Roll it as cone-shaped bag, but tightly, glue the edge

Stick couple chenille cuts in the fatter part, hotglue them

Isn’t he adorable? May your Easter be memorable πŸ™‚

Just hatched! Chick in the Easter basket

Friday, March 21st, 2008

easter pompom chick just hatched in basket

Craft supplies

Pompom chick (instructions HERE)

Little basket from craft store

Paper Easter grass

Egg shell (natural πŸ™‚ ), broken in two, washed, dried

Chocolate (chocolate it is! There is no options when it’s Easter! πŸ™‚ )


Fill the basket with paper grass

Put the chick inside the shell, wear smaller part of shell on his head (you might want to glue it)

Put the egg inside the basket

Add chocolate around

Decorate your holiday table or just give this piece to anybody on Easter! It’s just irresistible, “aaawww” is guaranteed! πŸ™‚

Enjoy your Holiday!

Easter pompom buddies – Chick and Bunny

Friday, March 21st, 2008

easter pompom buddies chick bunny craft

Those are so simple that very small ones can make them (well, except for operating glue gun, of course)

Craft supplies

Pompoms – big for the body and smaller for the head (same thing as with snowmen πŸ™‚ ) – for each

Couple wiggle eyes – for each

Two small yellow pompoms for chick’s wings and one small pink pompom for bunny’s tail

Small white pompom for bunny’s nose

Red foam scraps for chick’s comb and beak and for bunny’s mouth

Chenille stems – yellow for chick’s 2 feet and pink for bunny’s ears and 4 feet

Slim white chenille stem for bunny’s whiskers

Loaded glue gun


Just connect all the supplies together as you see on the picture πŸ™‚ First, you glue together head and body and then attach all the “details”. Don’t forget to check how your pet stands on his feet before gluing them (tip: try to glue them underneath the whole bottom so it’s stable). You don’t see bunny’s tail here on the picture… Just believe us it’s there πŸ™‚

Hoppy and clucky Easter!

Spring (Easter) flowers with chocolate

Friday, March 21st, 2008

This is really easy and quickly-to-do craft yet very cute and touchy πŸ™‚

spring easter flowers chocolate craft pot

Craft supplies (for 1)

Foam scraps

Pen, scissors

Green chenille stem

Chocolate egg

Loaded glue gun

Flower pot from craft store (optional)


Draw and cut out flower shape (note: flowers you see on the picture made by kids with no any template πŸ™‚ )

Add a center (small circle)

Hotglue chocolate egg (in a wrapper!) in the center that way, so when you remove chocolate you don’t have rip it out of flower

Twist the end of chenille stem in snail shape, glue it to the wrong side of flower (“snail” twist holds them together better)

Bend chenille where the leaf supposed to be, curl it toward the stem, twist to secure

Can you imagine that? You’re done πŸ™‚

spring easter flowers chocolate center

Note: since chocolate is heavy regular chenille stem doesn’t hold it vertically, so we recommend using flower pot (from craft store, decorate by your taste), or just lie it on the table

Tip: when chocolate is gone πŸ™‚ , crumple the wrap so flower still have pretty foily “head” and Holiday memory πŸ™‚ And chenille now holds it vertically! πŸ™‚


Easter bunny made of paper roll

Friday, March 21st, 2008

easter bunny paper roll craft

This cute guy definitely won’t leave you with no smile πŸ™‚ Or few smiles πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Give him a plastic egg with chocolate inside, or pencil as you see on pictures, or flag, or even chopsticks… he always has a job! πŸ™‚

Craft supplies

Toilet paper roll

White (or pink?) acrylic paint, brush

White (or pink?) curly chenilles for ears, regular white chenilles for “hands”


White (or pink?) foam scrap for feet

Two wiggle eyes

Pink pompom for nose

White slim chenilles for whiskers

Black marker for eyebrows and red for mouth

Loaded glue gun


Trace the bottom of paper roll on white foam, add two round “ears” to that circle, cut out (these are feet), set aside

Paint the paper roll white, let it dry

Make two loops with curly chenilles, hotglue it inside the roll at the top

Hotglue eyes, nose, whiskers

Cut white regular chenille in half

Bend one half in half πŸ™‚ and start twisting, leaving small loop from one side (so your bunny has “palms” to hold something in his hands). Repeat with another hand

Glue hands to the sides of bunny’s body

easter bunny paper roll pen craft

Hotglue feet to the bottom of the roll (now he has bottom you can put some surprise inside πŸ™‚ or, he can also be desk organizer πŸ™‚ )

Draw eyelashes, eyebrows, mouth

Voila! It’s been less that half an hour and you have this pretty multifunctional bunny, which doesn’t have batteries inside but keeps working and working and working πŸ™‚

Easter House centerpiece (candy not included :) )

Thursday, March 20th, 2008

easter house wooden craft

Beautiful piece that’ll certainly grab your guests’ attention and kids will love to procure candy eggs from inside the house πŸ™‚

Craft supplies

Unfinished wooden birdhouse from craft store

Acrylic paint (bronze, golden, green) and brush

Sealer (optional)

Little flowers (there are lots of them in wedding section)


Loaded glue gun

Paper Easter grass


Paint the house as you see on the picture or, paint is as you wish! You may use pastel Easter colors, or any your favorite

While it dries, prepare the flowers – you need to separate bunches so you can arrange them as you wish

When paint is dry, you may want to varnish it (not necessary)

Glue the flowers by your choice and taste (or use our picture as an example)

Stuff house with paper grass, add candy (it contains A LOT! πŸ™‚ )

It’s ready! It can be your Easter table centerpiece or, you can give it as a present! After use you may leave it or put on a tree as it inteded to be – birdhouse! So birds can feel Easter spitit too πŸ™‚

Easter bunny ears foam headband

Saturday, March 1st, 2008

easter bunny ears headband

Split pellet egg cuties magnets

Monday, February 11th, 2008


Just 6 shown but you can make more and more and more!

Humpty Dumpty that’ll never break no matter how often he falls

Saturday, February 9th, 2008


Craft supplies (for 1, chairs not included πŸ™‚ )

Wooden pellet egg

3′ straw hat from the craft store

Feather – optional

2 googly eyes

Markers – black and red

Awl or craft drill

Pipe cleaner


4 pony beads

Acrylic paint, brush

Loaded glue gun


Paint the egg and hat with acrylic paint (choose colors!), let it dry

Make hands and legs: cut pipe cleaner in fourth, thread pony beads on the ends, curve

Hotglue feather to the hat

(Adult’s work) Make 4 holes in the egg body for hands and for legs

Insert extremities into holes (better works with hot glue), curve them as desired

Hotglue hat, eyes

Draw nose, smile, cheeks, freckles – any!

Now your Humpty Dumpty is ready and you don’t need “all the King’s horses and all the King’s men” to put him together, because he is unbreakable! πŸ™‚ (Please do not attend this craft with real pellet egg! πŸ™‚ )