10 Adorable Easter Ideas

#10 Adorable Easter Ideas

Easter is in a few weeks and Pinterest has been flooded with of all sorts of Easter and Spring ideas. These are 10 of my favorite ideas which I’ve come across during my many hours of pinning things on Pinterest.


#Deviled Egg Chicks

If you love playing with your food check out these cute Deviled Egg Chicks from Taste of Home.


#DIY Easter Egg Succulents

I love succulent plants and terrariums.  This DIY Easter Egg Terrariums from Design Lotus would make an adorable hostess gift if you are having dinner or brunch at a friends.


#Doughnut Bunny Pops


My kids love powdered doughnuts and I don’t know of a kid who wouldn’t love these Doughnut Bunny Pops from Positively Splendid.


#Bunny Ears Mousse for Easter

Bunny Ears Mousse by Matthew Mead was featured on the blog Centsational Girl .They are clever and would be fairly easy to make.


#Easter Bunny Sundaes

These Easter Bunny Sundaes from Clean and Scentsible are almost too cute to eat.


#Birds nest Cupcakes in a Mason Jar


I love just about anything in a mason jar.  These Bird’s Nest Cupcakes in Mason Jars from At The Picket Fence are almost too pretty to eat.


#Sunflower Cake

I love a Peep.  This Peeps Sunflower Cake from Taste of Home is genius!


#lemon Pepptinis

I love the Peep Sunflower Cake, but these Lemon Peeptinis from Home is Where the Boat Is are more up my alley.


#Nutter Butter Cookie Chicks

These Nutter Butter Chicks from Heather’s Sweets and Treats are simple, but cute and festive.  I used to make ghosts with them for Halloween, but this is the first time I’ve come across chicks.


#Easter Strawberries

My family loves chocolate covered strawberries.  These Easter Strawberries from Harry & David are the first time I’ve seen strawberry carrots. Love it!

Which one of these projects is your favorite?

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  1. says

    Love all of these pics as well. The birds nests in the mason jars win the “my style” points. The peeps sunflower cake wins points for “creatively simple”!! And the Lemon Peeptinis win “most likely to be consumed by yours truly”! I don’t like Peeps, but I could certainly go for a delicious lemon beverage… I will share my Peep with you. Just the Peep, tho….. 😉

  2. Anne Putnam says

    Love the nest cupcakes and the peeptinis, I looked at the blog with the peeptinis and couldn’t find a recipe? Am I missing something? I guess you could do a vodka lemonade and call it a peeptini! That’s easy enough and make non alcoholic for kids!!

    • says

      She gave a link for a Lemon Drop. Click on the word for recipe and then just add the peep. You could use peeps as a topper in any drink both alcoholic and non-alcoholic. I’ve also seen a pink martini rimmed in coconut dyed green or green sugar with a pink chick floating it in.

    • says

      Thank you, Jenn. You share tons of fun ideas. My kids are teenagers now so they don’t appreciate all the cute food ideas as much, but when they were younger they loved them.

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