Deviled Eggs – Add to the Easter Tradition

Deviled eggs are a classic dish to serve for Easter but if you are getting tired of making traditional deviled eggs then try some of these great ideas to give your guests a classic but new treat to eat.

Avocado Deviled Eggs; Sauteed Mediterranean Deviled EggsDeviled Eggs with Shrimp; Jello Easter Eggs; Crab Salad-Stuffed Eggs; Deviled Eggs with Goat Cheese and Salmon

Be sure to check out these Cute Deviled Eggs too!

Easter Mason Jars

Mason jars have been very popular for so many uses so why not use them for Easter!  If you have mason jars at home, here are some great ways to use them for Easter.

Make an Easter Tie-Dye Cake-in-a-Jar via Babble.

A great Easter centerpiece using spray painted mason jars from The CSI project.

Cookies in a jar from Sweetopia via The Tom Kat Studio.

A pretty pastel chandelier via Etsy.

Mason jar Easter baskets via A Bit of Sunshine

Bunny Brownies in a Jar via No Fuss Fabulous

DIY Easter Egg Garland

I have a quick and easy Easter project for you today.  I made Easter egg garland for my stairs and it only cost $6.00.  I purchased these great plastic speckled eggs from Hobby Lobby and used some burlap and ribbon that I already had in my craft closet.  Most plastic eggs have small holes already in the top and bottom so I simply make the hole a little larger and started pushing the ribbon through the holes.  I tied a knot in the end eggs so they would not move and that’s it!  I hung the egg garland on my stairs and made three burlap bows along the staircase.

That’s it!!!  Now you have some easy and affordable decoration for Easter.  This garland would also be great to hang on a mantel, on a dessert table or on the front porch!

Have fun!



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