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    Your Easter Ideas ~ Share them here! :)

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    Cookgirl
    Sat Apr 28, 2012 9:37 am
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    First things first, I purchased *washcloths at various stores around town. Surprisingly, the thinner, cheaper washcloths from Dollar Tree worked out better because they aren't as bulky and much easier to fold. I used either a rubber band or a hairband to wrap the bunnies-depending on the thickness of the washcloth. Then I headed over to Ben Franklin Craft Store to find inspiration: Felt squares...! (see image below I found online) Light bulb moment: bunny bodies! First the felt was cut square and the bunnies were put together the same way as their washcloth counterparts. We added a bunny tail (pom pom). I think you could also make the bunny bodies using a medium-weight woven cotton fabric but I did not test this. Next year!


    You can find thin washcloths in the baby section at the store, too as an afterthought.




    Felt Squares:




    Update: I discovered by accident that Walmart sells their own Mainstay brand washcloths for .47 cents each which is cheaper than Dollar Tree. You can also buy washcloths in 6-pack sets at Bed, Bath & Beyond (and use your store coupon for an even bigger discount!)


    Craft project source: http://petiteplanet.blogspot.com/2010/03/craft-tuesdiy-with-lisa-lopez-green.html
    Cookgirl
    Sat Apr 28, 2012 9:56 am
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    If you live with a cat, this [may] happen: (You have been warned.) icon_wink.gif Found this poor little Easter bunny shredded and strewn on the carpet.

    dayla
    Tue Feb 19, 2013 11:45 am
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    There are some great ideas here!!! We have done several things around the our house for the kids that enjoy participating in the holiday festivities, but wanted a bit more of a challenge. To make sure to include all of the ages...we fill plastic eggs with toys, stickers, candy and money and hide them. Before the hunt begins they first have to find their easter baskets. We do this by getting two large skeins of yarn in different colors and then running them through the backyard, over limbs, under laders (or through every rung) just make it a fun (and safe) obstacle course that they have to work together to achieve. The laughing from them is well worth the stringing of the yarn throughout my backyard. Even the two different colors entertwine so the teams have to help one another. I really enjoy having all of my nieces and nephews over for the holidays. It gives me the opportunity to make lasting memories and I have heard on more than one occasion...I am going to do this with my own children. Mission accomplished!!
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