Mirka Gumanová
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A great way to celebrate spring! This rustic twig frame is a great afternoon crafts project for the kids and is really cheap.  They are twigs, people! It's time for some spring in our homes... http://www.ehow.com/info_12340437_diy-rustic-twig-frame.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=inline&utm_campaign=fanpage

A great way to celebrate spring! This rustic twig frame is a great afternoon crafts project for the kids and is really cheap. They are twigs, people! It's time for some spring in our homes. http:// (Diy Crafts For Summer)

Cut-Out Eggs

Easter Egg Decorating: Use simple-shaped paper punches to cut forms from painter's masking tape. Smooth tape pieces onto clean, white eggs, and dye the huevos. Let eggs dry completely and remove tape to reveal lovely white patterns.

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Decorated in dazzling, daffodil-inspired yellows, hard-cooked or wooden eggs go sunny-side up. Just paint on dots, stripes, and swirls.

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Easter: Love the decorated eggs and such a cute idea for the basket-- Simply hot-glue craft-store moss to an inexpensive basket; for the eggs, use a glue stick to add petals, polka dots, bunnies, and string.

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Create delicate designs on hard-cooked brown Easter eggs with a fine-tipped paint pen.