Showing posts with label Easter. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Easter. Show all posts

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

CELEBRATIONS: Crepe Paper & Feather Easter Eggs

I thought I'd reshare this pretty Easter Egg project from a few years ago. It's still one of my favorite egg projects. Scroll down to the bottom of the post to see more egg crafts from year's past.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

CELEBRATIONS: Miniature Crepe Paper & Moss Carrots

Miniature Crepe Paper Carrots - homework (5)Easter is around the corner and now that I don’t have a little one at home, I don’t go all out on an Easter basket for cute bunny décor anymore. But it wouldn’t be any fun without some type of Easter project.

Thursday, March 10, 2016

CELEBRATIONS: Red Cabbage Dyed Easter Eggs

Red Cabbage Dyed Easter Eggs - carolynshomework (2)It wouldn’t be spring without Easter eggs and every year I try out a new technique for making eggs. This all natural dye technique has been on my list for ages.

Friday, April 3, 2015


Weekend Inspiration Easter LeftoversHappy Friday everyone. For many of us this Sunday is Easter. I thought I’d leave you with some Weekend Inspiration to make good use of those Easter leftovers you might have. If you’re not celebrating Easter, these are still some great recipes to check out.

Thursday, April 2, 2015

INKLING: Printable Dear Easter Bunny Cards

Dear Easter Bunny Printable Note (2)Here’s a cute last minute printable for you. If you have little ones and you’re planning on leaving carrots for the Easter bunny, print out this Dear Easter Bunny card that I created. I miss the days when my son would leave the Easter Bunny a card and some carrots. Every year after he went to bed, I’d take bites out of the carrots as “proof” the bunny had actually stopped by.

Friday, March 27, 2015

WEEKEND INSPIRATION: Clip Art Easter Eggs | Martha Stewart

Martha Stewart Eggs1Happy Friday everyone. High fives and fist bumps – we crafted and created our way through another week. Are you excited for the weekend? I know I am. Today I’m sharing some wonderful Easter Egg inspiration from Martha Stewart Living that you can make this weekend.

Friday, March 20, 2015

WEEKEND INSPIRATION: Easter Eggs, Bunnies & More

With Easter just around the corner, it’s time to kick it in high gear and decide on the final menu, décor and beyond. Here are some Easter ideas that I’m thinking about.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

CELEBRATIONS: Kid’s Table Easter Bunny Table Decor

Easter Bunny Kid's Table Decor via homework | carolynshomework.comI think Easter brings out the inner-cuteness in all of us. These little wooden bunnies are so sweet I couldn’t let this season go by without using them on something.

Monday, March 24, 2014

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

CELEBRATIONS: One Dozen ways to make Easter Eggs

One Dozen Stunning Ways to make Easter Eggs via homework |

Every year I’m in awe of the beautiful and creative ways that people come up with to decorate Easter eggs. I’ve rounded up some of my favorites and none of these are difficult to create. I can’t wait to try out some of these techniques. They are all absolutely inspiring.

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Celebrations: dyed & speckled easter eggs

What would Easter or spring décor be without some fun eggs? I try to do something different every year and this year I went back to basics with good old fashioned dyed eggs.

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Celebrations: egg place cards

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I’ve been saving my egg shells for my final Easter décor post – and I’ve been cracking eggs differently too. I’ve had this project in mind and instead of wasting a bunch of eggs, I’ve been using a knife to crack the tops of the eggs and soaking the egg shells in hot soapy water and letting them dry.

Once I had enough egg shells, I decided I would rather have brown eggs for my project. I didn’t do any research but jumped in and soaked my egg shells in a muddy bath of used coffee grinds and a little water. For this light brown shade, I soaked them for about a half hour.

I love the uneven light brown shades on the eggs. 

The eggs were gently stuffed with tissue paper and then a layer of moss added to peek over the edges. A pink silk flower and a few pink faux berries gives the neutral eggs a little splash of color.

I used my new favorite craft supply – vintage seam binding for the place card names.

Here’s a trick: to write on soft ribbon or fabric, use double sided tape to secure your ribbon to your desk or writing surface. Use a fine tip pen and handwrite your words. I used a silver gel pen.

To hold up the eggs, I used cardboard egg cartons also dipped in the coffee mud and quickly rinsed and then dried.

Hope to see you tomorrow for the Inspiration Board Spotlight. And for those of you who celebrate Easter, I want to wish you a glorious and wonderful day. 

Thanks for visiting.

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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Etceteras: easter inspiration

The project that was planned for today is still on the craft table. I’ve hit a bit of a snag and I’m going to try to salvage the project. If I can’t, it will be another one for the craft fail file. Oh well, you win some, you lose some.

In the meantime, I thought some pretty Easter inspiration would do me some good and I wanted to share these beautiful projects and ideas with you.  Enjoy!


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Blue Hues

1. Cake Painting – Etsy
2. Rainbow Bird Embroidery – Etsy
3. Pretty Easter Boxes – Torie Jayne
4. Spring Party – Sweet Paul
5. Ceramic Birds – Etsy
6. Salt & Pepper Shakers – Charming Recycling

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Sweet Pink

1. Pink Egg – Delish
2. Pink & Aqua – Citrusandorange
3. Easter Colors – Citrusandorange
4. Egg Cups – Fleuratica
5. Party Favors – Rebecca Thuss

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Natural Neutrals

1. Spring Wreath – The Old White House
2. Bird Notecards – Poppytalk Handmade
3. Bunny Ceramic Beads – Etsy
4. Easter Amigurumi Crochet – Etsy 
5. Butcher Paper Wreath – Alisa Burke

Thank you for visiting. Come back tomorrow for my final Easter project post. It’s my favorite so far. And on Friday, The Inspiration Board Spotlight {features}.


Monday, March 26, 2012

Celebrations: spring napkin rings

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Spring flowers are popping up all over my house 
{unfortunately not in my garden yet}.

Last week I posted about this spring centerpiece that I made out of painted paper napkins. You can see the post here.

I had some leftover painted napkins and made a few more flowers that I used to create these napkin rings.

The rings are made out of floral wire and covered with a green paper napkin and Mod Podge. I used a hot glue gun to adhere the flowers to the wire and covered the flower base with more of the green napkin.

As I mentioned in my original centerpiece post, the napkins are super thin {cheap} which makes them all the more delicate and airy. Great for crafting but not very good for using with a meal.

A trial run place setting for Easter.

Happy Monday everyone. I hope you all had a wonderful weekend.
Thanks for visiting!


Friday, April 22, 2011

happy easter and april showers

I took these photos the morning after a recent April shower.

Whatever you believe or celebrate, I wish you a glorious day.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Etceteras: easter roundup

Easter is a few days away so I thought I’d do a quick recap of some of my spring and Easter projects. All of these projects can be found in my archives.

1. Cracked Shell Easter Eggs
2. Paper Mache Eggs
3. Golden Eggs

4.  Yarn Wrapped Carrots
5. Upcycled Cheese Box
6. Easter Bunny Wannabee

7. Grape Hyacinth
8. Spring Door Decor
9. Crepe Paper Flowers
10. Tissue Paper Flowers in Corrugated Pots

11.  Freesias
12. Paper Birds
13. Twine and Rag Nest

Thank you for visiting. I hope you enjoyed some of my spring and Easter projects.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Etceteras: golden eggs

Add a touch of elegance to your décor with golden eggs.

These eggs started out as regular plastic Easter eggs. I gave them several coats of gold spray paint. Added some organza ribbon and topped them with a silk flower.

Use them as place cards by simply adding a tag or nameplate tucked into the ribbon. Or, display them on candleholders, champagne flutes or vases as I did for a centerpiece.
I love the pastels of spring but a little touch of elegance is a nice break.

This project is linked at the following:

Today's Creative Blog    Tip Junkie handmade projects kraftykatbuttonwood  Passionately Artistic 

And other link parties that I participate can be found here.