Candy filled Easter Bunnies from Craft with Mom / Gold Animal Easter Eggs from Flax and Twine / Watercolour Easter Egg Cookies from We Are Scout / Geo Bunny Wall Art from Twine and Table / Galaxy Eggs from Dream a Little Bigger
Okay, I’ll admit it, I totally dropped the ball this Easter season. Man, if I can’t juggle being pregnant with work and creating DIYs how am I going to do it with a baby around!?
Anyway, Sorry I don’t have anything for you, but I do have the below archives (check out all past Squirrelly Minds Easter fun!) and all the fantastic Easter DIY’s above. Hooray!
I’m away this weekend on an island Easter getaway with some friends so I may not be back around these parts until later next week.
Wishing you all have a lovely long weekend!
A cake covered in mini eggs? Sold! Though I don’t know how Aisha Green on Hobby Craft got through making this cake without eating the entire bag of mini eggs first…
I love the rough edging around this easter basket cake by Carrie Sellman on The Cake Blog
That Betty Crocker knows how to make a gorgeous cake. But it does require malted milk powder which I’ve never heard of. Have I been living under a rock or something?
Okay, 8 layers is a bit intimidating for me. But I love the chocolate nest atop this cake by Victoria Glass on Great British Chefs
Seriously, who could resist this adorable coconut bunny cake from Everyday Occasions?
While not exactly easter, it’s close enough. I mean carrots leads to bunny rabbits leads to easter leads to this delish looking cake by Gimme Some Oven
A cake with dots on the inside and out? Well done Sugar Hero. Well done.
This lamb cake by Lyndsay Sung on Handmade Charlotte might be too cute to eat. Might be.
This cadbury creme egg cheesecake by Taming Twins might result in a sugar induce coma, but it would be so worth it.
For a simple and gorgeous cake, follow Sugar and Cloth‘s lead and
top a plain white cake with gold bunny ears.
So this post by PJ has kind of made me obsessed with cake making lately. I haven’t yet, but I have a REAL hankering to make some over the top, ridiculously time involved cake. Well with Easter coming up I have the best excuse ever. Now which one am I going to try…
Hand stamped gold place markers from Lemon Thistle
Painted shoes from The House That Lars Built
Rainbow felt cake topper from A Bubbly Life
Four leaf lucky clover dish from Haphazardly Her
Gold four leaf clover garland from Flax and Twine
Rainbow cake topper from Tell Love and Chocolate
Rainbow pom pom necklace/headband from Sister’s Suitcase
St Patrick’s Day is full of two of my favourite things – gold and rainbow colours! If you’re looking for a bit of fun crafting in preparation for tomorrow, these are my top 10 favourites of the year. Happy DIYing!
For a bit more St Patrick’s Day inspiration:
From The St Patrick’s Day Archives
And more on my St Patrick’s Day Pinterest board