Here we are again with another Tuesday! This weeks Pinterest Projects are all based on Easter!! So here are my multiple projects for this week!
My first project is one that I handed out at work! It is Goldfish Carrots! I loved the way they turned out and it was SUPER easy and quick!
I love passing out stuff at work! There is nothing like making someone smile! Here is the pin that inspired me.
The pin takes you to A Daily Dose of Davis. It’s a super cute blog about her life, family, crafts and more!
Here is what I did to make my treats!
What you will need:
- Disposable Frosting Bags
- Green Ribbon
- Hole punch
First thing you want to do is cut out your tags. I found mine on Autumn Leah Designs.
Next, you want to punch the holes into the tags.
Then fill you bag with goldfish.
Then seal the bag with the ribbon and tie.
The next project is another one that I took to work and I made it for Easter day too! They are Bunny Cupcakes!
They are just sooo cute! I loved the way they turned out and they were a blast to make. Here is the pin that inspired me.
The pin takes you to Musings from a SAHM. The blog is full of DIY projects and so much more! Take a look, you are sure to find something to try!
Here is what I did for my cupcakes!
What you will need for the cupcake party:
- Boxed Chocolate Cake Mix
- Cupcake Liners
First thing is to mix the cake mix according to the package.
Then fill your cupcakes liners and bake according to box directions.
Remove cupcakes and let cool.
While cupcakes are cooling make your frosting. Here is what you will need.
- 2 Sticks of Unsalted Butter, softened
- 2 tablespoons of Milk
- 3 cups of Powdered Sugar
- 1/4 teaspoon of Salt
- 1 tablespoon of Vanilla
- Green Food Coloring
First thing you do is cream your butter in you mixer with the paddle attachment.
Then add the powdered sugar and turn mixer on low-speed and once butter and sugar are combined turn to medium until well mixed.
Then add in milk, salt and vanilla. If frosting is too thick, add more milk; if it is to thin, add more sugar.
Last, dye your frosting green!
Once the cupcakes are cooled, its time to decorate! Here is what you will need.
- Grass Frosting Tip
- Frosting Bag
- Peep Bunnies
First, prepare your frosting bag.
Fill bag with frosting.
Pipe frosting onto cupcake. You can do whatever amount of frosting you will like.
Then stick a toothpick into the peep and then add peep to cupcake
Done! How cute right? They are so colorful and everybody loved them!
I just love how both of the treats turned out and they were so easy to make! It took 15 minutes to make 50 of the Goldfish Carrots! I mean how simple and quick right?
Moving on! The next project was my FAVORITE! It is the Easter Basket for Brent.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE the way it turned out! It was super easy and Brent just loved it. It is a very stressful time for him right now at work so I thought it would be nice to give him a little surprise. Here is the pin that inspired me.
The pin takes you to My Keep Calm and Carry On. This is one of my favorite blogs! She is super cute and writes about all different things. IF you haven’t taken a look at her blog, go there as soon as you can!
Here is what I did for my basket.
What you will need:
- 12 pack of your husbands favorite Beer
- Esater Grass
- Lots of things to stuff the basket with
- Permanent Marker
The first thing you do is to make the hole for the top of the basket. Tracy the opening on the top with the permanent marker and cut out the hole.
Remove the beer and put in the fridge. Then fill with the Easter Grass.
Then stuff away! I filled Brent’s basket with undershirts, a movie, beef jerky, toothbrush, deodorant, and some of his favorite candy.
Done! It came out so cute and was the perfect man basket!
The last project is the Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt that I did for my husband Easter morning.
He was completely surprised and had a blast solving the clues! I think it made him even more excited about having a baby next year! Here is the pin that inspired me.
The pin takes you to Moms and Munckins. She has lots of party ideas and crafts for birthdays and so much more. The pin is actually for a child so I more just went with the concept. I found more adult like clues online by googling Easter Scavenger Hunt.
Here is what I did for my Scavenger Hunt.
What you will need:
- Plastic Eggs
- Completed Easter Basket
First thing you do is cut out your clues.
Then fill the eggs with the clues.
Hide your eggs.
Put the completed Easter Basket at the end
DONE! Then the next day you get to watch then solve the clues! Brent had a blast and loved his basket!
I just love the way all my Easter projects came out! They were all so much fun and were all very easy. I will totally be doing the Man Easter Basket again and the Scavenger Hunt! Who am I kidding! I will do them all again!
I hope you all had a great Easter!
Until next time!
Jessica AKA Mrs. Ripple