What's an easy and fun Spring or Easter-themed craft?

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You could say we have a thing for trees in our house. For Valentine's Day we make a Heart Tree ( for example) and each Easter we make a Spring Tree. I love this project because it is one part kid craft project, one part home decor project for mom. Here's How:

You will need:
Small branches from a tree outside
Brightly colored tissue paper ( go wild this year with brightly colored neon)
White glue or (for mom only) hot glue

Step one: While mom crams the small branches into a vase or urn, have the kids crumple up small squares of tissue paper. Secure the branches if need be with newspaper crumpled up and pushed down into the base of the vase.
Step two: Glue the crumpled tissue paper all over the branches concentrating on where actual leaves and flowers would sprout.

Then PRESTO! You've just made a Spring Tree!
Wasn't that easy. You can make one for just about every season!

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Create a nest with your kids "hatching" out of egg shells. First, clean and dry out some cracked egg shells, saving both sides of the eggs. Next, get a small head shot picture of your child and place it in the bottom part of the egg. Then gently place the top egg shell on the top half of the picture so it looks like your child is hatching from the egg. I placed the eggs into a Easter basket filled with Easter grass and placed it on our table for our decoration this year.
For full instructions go to my blog: www.taketenagain.blogspot.com
Go to the post from March 11, 2012.
Have fun and remember to "take ten" with your kids all the time!

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Why eat those super cute Peeps when you could be decorating with them! All you need are a few boxes of colorful Peeps, toothpicks and a straw wreath. Younger kids can help you with color sorting while older kids can make one on their own!

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We love to make edible nests out of chow mein noodles and chocolate. I like to make it with white chocolate as it lends a certain amount of elegance to the craft. We fill them with jelly beans or chocolate eggs and it looks as good as it tastes! We also enjoy making our own baskets and decorating them as well.

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My favorite spring craft is seed starting in egg shells. Simply save your cracked shells, poke a hole for drainage, fill with soil, top with seeds, water and wait. Chives and wheat grass work particularly well. Egg seedlings make great party decor and favors, guests can take them home and plant the whole thing (egg and all) right in their garden.

http://www.smallfriendly.com/small-friendly/2011/03/spring-in-an-egg.html

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A simple and super cute bunny craft:
Trace your child's shoe for the body and using a Star Trek finger hold, trace their hands. Turn the shoe sideways, paste the hands (fingers up for the ears) on one side and a fluffy white cotton tail on the other end. Check out my blog post for a picture!

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We love making bunny ears! Simply cut out two long ear shapes from construction paper and have the kids decorate them. Tape or staple upright onto a long strip of paper (or tagboard) fashioned as a crown on the head, and let their inner rabbits shine!

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We made a bunny using a white winter glove with some of its fingers folded down. So easy!

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In our house, we are always looking for ways to reuse empty egg cartons. Last year we turned an old egg carton into a beautifully artistic flower display for our front door. With a little paint, some beads and some creative kids we brought spring to our front door.

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...going to grow grass seeds for our own Easter grass! The kids are excited to watch it grow!

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I loved making these Easter Egg Place cards. They're really simple and my toddlers were able to help too, thus occupying some time!

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http://mychiclife.com/2011/04/20/easter-egg-place-setting/

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A super cute Easter bunny craft that you can play with too

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