Today, we’re rounding up our favorite Easter DIY’s (and treats!) for you to try this weekend. If you aren’t celebrating, we highly recommend making bunny pancakes anytime of the year. They’re just too cute.

If you don’t want to go the traditional route, Easter egg tattoos are a fun way for the kiddos to decorate. And we’ve included a free template for you to download!Want to add something else to your Easter basket? This cute matchbox bunny can be whipped up in no time.

Candy for the kids and jello shots for the adults? Yes, please! These would be super fun for a spring party, too.This is all you’ll need to make gradient egg cups. Add some small succulents to them to make a centerpiece or show off those dyed Easter eggs. 🙂

Speaking of dyeing eggs … Rachel recently posted this amazing Easter egg tutorial about how to make your own plant-based dyes (from items you probably have in your kitchen right now.)



Sunday brunch should include pumpkin and almond stuffed French toast—at home instead of a fancy restaurant. 🙂


Speaking of brunching at home, these place card holders look like Peeps, but they are actually made out of clay! Click here to make your own.We’ll take any excuse to eat cake—especially if it’s a speckled Easter egg cake filled with strawberries.

Look at this cutie! We can’t think of a better way to create Easter memories than this halfway homemade plush bunny DIY.


This egg display doubles as Easter and spring decor.

Mmmm … bagels. These are the perfect mix of sweet and savory. And they’re pink!


If you’re having guests over this weekend, or if you’re like us and love fresh flowers all the time, try displaying them in a floating arrangement instead of using a vase.

Make something pretty this weekend!- The ABM Team

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