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If you are the cupcake creative type you may like some of the sweet easter ideas. Find more easter craft and recipe posts here 1.| All recipes 2.|Paris Loves Pastry 3| Squidoo 4.|Wilton 5. |Bakerella 6.|Erica’s Sweet Tooth 7.|Ideal Home Garden 8.|Got Chocolate 9.|My Baking Addiction 10.|Baking Makes Things Better

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My little Miss just asked me if she could do some easter colouring in, so we popped down to the supermarket as I know they usually have some easter colouring note pads.  Unfortunately they didn’t have any in stock so I’ve come home and found a whole heaps of cute colouring pages on the web. […]

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  • Suzanne Mummytotwins

    Great colouring for kids. :) I will definitely be using this
    to keep kids happy over the Easter Break.ReplyCancel

    • Katrina

      My kids have loved these too Suzanne, so many cute pages!ReplyCancel

  • Renee Simpson

    My girls will defiantly enjoy colouring these in during the Easter holidays, especially since they wake up so early .

  • […] to keep the kids busy for a while. The Organised Housewife does it again with a round up of free Easter printables from around the interwebs. How can we resist? 2. Proof the Easter Bunny exists.With a bunch of […]ReplyCancel

Can you believe it’s only 2 weeks till Easter.  I have been non stop on the go the past few weeks that time is finally catching up with me.  My kids start school holidays from tomorrow afternoon and traditionally they like to give a little gift to their friends, it’s s sweet gesture which my […]

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I made a chocolate ripple cake for our guests at Christmas, it was easy to put together and so very tasty.  So I thought I’d make an Easter version for an Easter gathering we were having.  You will need overnight (or 6 hours) to let it sit, but it should only take you 10 minutes […]

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  • Natkatlark

    Yum! Chocolate Ripple Cake was one of our most frequent birthday cake requests as kids.ReplyCancel


    A friend of mine made an ‘adult’ version of this; using Griffins Chocolate Chippy Bikkies and dunking them in a liqueur before spreading cream on them!ReplyCancel

  • […] Choc Ripple Cake som den kallas hos the Organized Housewife varifrån receptet kommer ifrån. Skulle gjorts till påsk men oj vad vi föråt oss på påsktårtan då. Hur som […]ReplyCancel

  • […] Easter link- my girls are always on the lookout for a great desert for Easter lunch at my parents- This is this […]ReplyCancel

  • Kate

    Back in the dinner party days this was an easy and cheats desert.

    Dip Gingernuts in sherry put together with cream, lay flat cover

    with more cream and hunks of Chocolate Flakes, add a bowl of

    Rasberries, sooo good.ReplyCancel

We don’t have too many easter traditions, but the ones we do have are so much fun.  You can read about them here, my favourite is the footprints in the lawn. One tradition that I would love to start with my niece and some neighbourhood kids is one I saw on pinterest last year (sorry […]

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  • Love this it is a great idea…. if my grandson was going to be here I would defs be doing it… might pass this to his mum ThanksReplyCancel

  • Michelle Toms

    this is where i got this tradition from!! we started doing that last year and the kids loved it, they have reminded me about it for this year.ReplyCancel

  • What a fabulous idea, as if you wanted a less sugar option you can get sugar free lollipops :-)ReplyCancel

  • Merryl Chantrell

    How good is that :-)ReplyCancel

Last year my mum made a cute little nest made from a face washer with chocolate eggs nesting inside for each of my kids.  At the time I didn’t think to take a photo, but it was such a sweet and different way of giving eggs. Today I am sharing with you some creative ways […]

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  • Lisa @ A Spoonful of Sugar

    Great ideas – love your Bunny Tails – very clever! Thanks for linking :)ReplyCancel

  • Sue

    Thanks for sharing my Bunny Cookies and milk! Your bunny tails is an adorable and easy idea!ReplyCancel

I found these Easter Smarties at The Reject Shop recently, I thought the coloured eggs would look really cute nestled into a rice bubble nest.  I’ve made these prior to easter so I can share them with you, but I think it could be a lovely treat to have over easter. You could decorate the […]

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Each year at easter we decorate one hutch with little easter ornaments, but craft projects the girls and I make in the lead up to easter.  We don’t make a huge fuss over easter like we do Christmas, but we find it fun to have a little display. Last year the girls made this easter […]

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  • Liz Morrison

    WOW, Katrina thankyou so very much for featuring Bizzy Dayz on your blog xoReplyCancel

Chocolate is not allowed in some schools and to be honest we don’t like our kids eating too much of it.  Here is an adorable alternative rather than the kids giving easter eggs to their friends as little easter gifts try…..  bunny tails. What you will need: White Marshmallows Bunny tail bag topper topper (click image […]

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The weather has been so wet most weekends here on the coast, so my girls and I made an early start on some easter craft activities. During a late night pinterest marathon (as I do) I saw a cute image of a bunny with a pom pom tail, but I can’t seem to find the […]

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  • Kerri

    These are very cute Katrina – thanks for the idea. Can I ask where you got those beautiful pastel eggs from?ReplyCancel

    • Hi Kerri, the eggs were from Bed Bath and Table last year, I have not seen them this year, however they have been adding to their stock over the past few days.ReplyCancel

  • […] BUT they also look super classy on display and usable once Easter has been and gone. Check out her Easter Craft […]ReplyCancel

I’ve just realised I have been making pom poms the wrong way and have found a new and super easy way to make them.  I thought I’ll post this tutorial to help with easter project I will be sharing with you soon. How to make a pom pom Wrap wool around 3 fingers, depending on […]

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  • Dennise

    I think I have been doing it the wrong way too, this is fantastic, and no need for any little gadgets. You always amaze me Kat, thank you.ReplyCancel

  • Melanie

    I always did it wrapped around that awkward cardboard circle. This is so much easier, thanks for sharingReplyCancel

    • I tried the plastic pom pom makers, but still couldn’t get them right and it was confusing for the young kids too.ReplyCancel

  • Lisa

    If you find it hard to tie the wool around your fingers, try using a forkReplyCancel

  • You can also use a rectangular piece of cardboard (just like your fingers).ReplyCancel

  • Lesley Johnston-Börs

    I´ve always used a cardboard circle but this way easier. Thanks for the tip.ReplyCancel

  • This is a brilliant way to make pom poms!! We are hoping to make lots to add to a yarn bombing project at my daughter’s primary school and this will be a super easy way for those who can’t knit/crochet to still be involved! Thank you.

  • […] If you can’t knit or crochet, how about making some pom poms instead? Go HERE for a link to a super simple tutorial that anyone could […]ReplyCancel

 On the lead up to Easter I love doing easter crafts with my girls, it’s just a great time to sit down together, chat about anything, laugh and be creative. Below I have found some fun easter craft ideas for you. Easter Craft Ideas I love to share this colouring page each year, it’s so […]

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