Using old picture frames to hang photos ‘out to dry’ is a great idea. Large old frames can be gotten cheaply if you do not have any from yard sales and thrift stores. You could paint these all the same color or use them as is. Using twine or clothesline string several lines across the frames width. Using small clothes pin that can be purchased fro Amazon or Michaels/Hobby Lobby clip your favorite photos up. You can change them as often as you like.
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Rice Crispie Treats – S’mores Pinwheels
This pinwheels look so amazing – once you make them you’ll want more!
Easter Egg Wreath
This would make an awesome decoration that you can even make with your child. With all of the varieties of these plastic Easter eggs available this could go into any direction: Mix and match, use all glitter, use a theme, all animal designs. Start with a Styrofoam wreath of your choosing. Take a ribbon or thin wire and wrap it around the top to make a loop to use as a hanger.Wrap the wreath in a cheap fabric (use scrap or buy a festive Easter color or print) and hot glue and pin this together. Use hot glue to attach eggs – starting with the largest and going smaller to fill in the gaps. You could add a little Easter basket grass as you go if you wish. Add a festive bow to complete.
Pin The Easter Egg On Peter Rabbit
On a sheet draw a rough-sketch of a good-sized peter rabbit, the regular Easter bunny, standing on its hind legs, and holding his paws as if it were carrying an egg.
Stretch the sheet on the wall and tack it firmly in place. Cut eggs out of different colored foam or felt to represent Easter eggs. The eggs should be as large as the space between the rabbit’s paws. In each egg stick a pin.
Blindfold the children in turn and give each an egg, which is to be pinned on the sheet, and right in “Bunny’s” arms, if possible.
As the children take their turn, no matter how straight on the way they were started, “Bunny” will be surrounded with eggs, until some child pins the egg in his arms. This child deserves a prize.
A side note… at the beginning of the party let the kids decorate his or her egg with glitter, markers, paint (finger paint) or stickers. Use quick drying glue… let dry and then each kid can wear their egg until the game begins giving your party special decorations.
Use the Easter bunny at the top to guide you how to draw Peter….. BUT….. if all else fails you could draw an Easter Basket and see which child makes it close to helping Peter fill his basket.