Another Easter is now history. We had a great day. Daughter made this cute bunny cake that we were too full to eat much of after our dinner.
Egg dyeing was popular.
As was looking for eggs.
I had a hard time coming up with things to put in the eggs this year. What do you put in them?
The grands are old enough now to be impressed with all the crazy crafting things I have. We did some stamping and watercoloring to catch our breath before an after dinner romp in the yard. Now I need a day to recoup. All that work and it's over in a flash. I'll clean it all up tomorrow.
Isn't it fun when the kiddos get old enough to enjoy crafting the things that you craft?ReplyDelete
I remember teaching my son to cross stitch. He may have not stuck with it, but it was fun while it lasted.
It looks as though you had a good Easter with family. I’m glad. Love the egg tongs.ReplyDelete
Looks like the egg tongs were a hit!ReplyDelete
I love crafting with the grands!
Enjoy your rest-the mess always for us....
That cake is so cute! Glad you had such a nice Easter.ReplyDelete
Crafting with the kiddos creates wonderful memories for you AND them. I'm glad you had a wonderful day.ReplyDelete
What an adorable cake! I hesitate to make anything with a face on it because they always seem to come out very angry or creepy - that looks like a very happy bunny!ReplyDelete
That's a lot of fun packed into one day!ReplyDelete
Wow! What a fun time with the grandkids Looks like you put in the same things as all of us do in the eggs: candy, money, stickers, little toys. And of course, the golden egg with a $20 bill!ReplyDelete
Wherever did you find those adorable egg tongs? Looks like you had a fun Easter.ReplyDelete
Looks like a good time was had by all. I never thought of the "Golden Egg" idea - that will be a must do for next year!ReplyDelete
The Cake is darling. My mother put a dollar in one egg or two!ReplyDelete