DIY on a Dime: Easter

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Discover inexpensive ways to celebrate the Easter holiday.

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I’m a firm believer in creating traditions and special memories for our kids and for ourselves. Rituals revisited over the years help us to mark the days, witness growth in ourselves and in others, and appreciate the passing of time.

However, I know the frustration of feeling like you can’t afford to do special things. That’s why I’ve developed a series of DIY on a Dime posts to fit the different seasons of the year and of life. You might remember Great Gifts and Valentine’s Day. This month I bring you DIY on a Dime: Easter.

For 14 days, I’ll be posting ideas and tips, recipes and crafts to help you make your Easter holiday a little more special for you and the kids. Pick and choose or be inspired to make your own “thing”.

I’ll be updating this post with all the parts of the series. So check back often. 

Jesus Cookies for Easter

Preparing for Easter

Ham Scalloped Potatoes Asparagus Cauliflower sm

Easter Menu

Empty Tomb Resurrection Cake

Special Recipes for Easter

Embroidery Floss Eggs in Bowl

Embroidery Floss Eggs

chocolate marshmallow eggs for giving

Chocolate Marshmallow Eggs

eggs with confetti

Confetti Eggs

Easter Salt Dough Candle Holders

Spring Salt Dough Candle Holders

flower pot tutorial

Flower Pot Place Cards

Satin Flower Hairclip

Satin Flower Hair Clips

Homemade Window Clings

Homemade Window Clings

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