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Skillet dip snowman - easy Christmas appetizer
Warm the hearts and fill the bellies of your holiday party guests by serving a super cute ,delicious & festive Christmas appetizer. When you pull this skillet dip snowman out of the oven everyone will “ooh” and “ahh,” before ripping off pieces of salty bread so they can scoop up the creamy chicken dip in the middle. Follow along HungryHappening's recipe and create this fun and delicious skillet dip snowman appetizer:
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Egg snowmans
Start your list of recipes for this holiday season with these cute snowmen made of eggs. I used hard-boiled eggs, a carrot and some peppercorns. These snowmen are a very nice addition to your holiday appetizer platter. Oh and this will make eating eggs more fun for your kids as well ;).
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Kids snowman hat
Here is a super cute and super easy to make winter snowman hat by Brassy Apple that is perfect for all winter long after the Christmas season has ended.We bet that you have most of the supplies on hand too except the white hat so it’s a great inexpensive gift too! If you love handmade accessories you will adore this unique snowman hat! This DIY snowman hat is a great way to keep your head warm for the holiday season and beyond.
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DIY Cardboard easter bunny bean bag toss
She made a really simple Cardboard Easter Bunny Bean Bag Toss game with a large piece of cardboard and added some carrot bean bags to toss in. This is so adorable and clever! It's a very good and fun easter or spring indoor activity for kids.
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Hatching hard boiled eggs - fun Easter appetizer
Want something fun to do with all those hard boiled egg s you have on hand this Easter ? Create some hilarious h atching hard boiled eggs with this fun tutorial by HungryHappenings! For fun, serve your hatching hard boiled eggs on a bed of crushed Triscuits, shredded wheat or yummy spring onions. You can use these cute egg chicks to spice up a delicious spring / Easter ( veggie or egg ) salad or just serve them for your kids as a healthy breakfast ,they will love it!
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Easter carrot treat bag - free sewing pattern
Easter is right around the corner so now is a great time to hop into some spring sewing! Today we are sharing a tutorial to make a carrot treat bag, a perfect addition to your little one’s Easter basket! These little carrot treat bags hold lots of goodies.  They make a really fun alternative to those little plastic eggs!  And they will last, so you can fill them year after year! These carrot Easter treat bags are small and easy, making them a great sewing project for beginners & to use up some fabric scraps. But they are still big enough to hold plenty of treats! And they sew up quick, too, so you can make a few or make a whole bushel!
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Dipped strawberry carrot and oreo
We are big fans of themed Easter treats (and to be honest, all delicious desserts, especially it involves chocolate and fruits!) Strawberries are a fruit that can make a natural transition into short, fat carrots with the help of orange candy melts (or white melting chocolate with a dab of food coloring). So goes this delicious little (Easter) snack with yummy strawberry carrots in pudding “dirt.” Oh, and did I mention that the chocolate dirt is actually Oreos? It’s all very tasty, and the look of carrots growing in the dirt is so fun. If you love themed Easter desserts, this idea is for you!
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DIY Carrot costume - costume for kids (free sewing pattern)
We just love fun costume ideas! We know your average 10/11/12-year-old kid isn’t going to beg you to be a carrot for Haloween this year….but it’s a fun DIY costume idea for babies, toddlers, or even high school aged kids who are past dressing up like super heroes and princesses but want something a little more unique and kind of hilarious to wear! Or hey, this would be an awesome adult costume too!
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Pipe cleaner bunny and carrot - easy Easter craft for kids
We love making pipe cleaner animals with our kids and we bet that you will love it too with your kiddos! This time Lines Across will teach you how to make these super adorable little pipe cleaner bunnies and carrots. If your kids are too young to do them by themselves, you can help attach the eyes. These pipe cleaner bunnies and carrots just makes perfect crafts for Easter and the kids will love to play with them!
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Kawaii easy crochet carrot (free amigurumi pattern)
Do you love to crochet and adorable soft toys ? Crochet this crocheted / amigurumi carrot by Dendennis which can be a wonderful handmade gift for your kids ( or grandkids ) . In this nice crochet /amigurumi site you will find the free amigurumi carrot pattern and a nice detailed written crochet tutorial ! This amigurumi carrot is an absolutely easy crochet toy project: you can create the carrot easily even if you are a beginner in amigurumi. This crocheted carrot doesn't require too much yarn , and it will be a great addition to a pretend-to-play grocery shop!
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Amigurumi bunny butt - Easter decor (free crochet pattern)
Have some fun with your Easter decorations by making this super cute crochet Easter bunny butt by Zhaya Designs. Can it get cuter? This crochet pattern is simple and perfectly suitable for unexperienced amigurumi crocheters. Pick your favorite Easter colors and brighten up your house for Easter by making this lovely, little, fluffy bunny butt! Get the free pattern at zhaya.de:
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Easter bunny bait - fun Easter treat idea
Hippity hoppin’, Easter’s on its way with these adorable Easter bunny bait treat cones. All you need to do is print the labels out and follow Cutesy Crafts' instructions. These bunny baits make gorgeous individual Easter gifts , plus they feature our favorite treat: m&m's! These Easter bunny bait treats would be great for giving to friends or teachers, and would be a perfect Easter basket addition too! Get the tutorial at cutesycrafts.com and create a bunch today:
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Easy DIY fabric carrot banner - Easter decor
This lovely little fabric carrot garland by Bugaboo City is easy to make, great for beginner sewers, and best of all: you can make it with scraps of fabric found in your stash! With endless pattern options, this lovely little fabric carrot garland is a fantastic way to add color and texture to your Easter decor. They can also make for fun party decor or photo props.
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Easy DIY paper carrot easter baskets (free printable template)
These super cute paper carrot Easter baskets by Kids Craft Room only take a few minutes to make and the finished baskets filled with yummy Easter sweets or toys can be a wonderful ( last minute ) Easter gifts or Easter party treats! ( As usual ) Kids Craft Room will give you a free printable carrot basket template to make it really easy. So don't hesitate: get the free printable Easter basket template , follow the step-by-step tutorial and create a bunch of these lovely little paper carrot easter baskets now:
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DIY Yarn wrapped chick and carrot - fun Easter craft for kids
This time The Inspiration Edit will give you this fantastic Easter chick yarn project which is fun, simple and easy to make with the kids! This yarn wrapped chick and carrot craft is not only super fun, but it is also awesome for toddlers and preschoolers for working on strengthening fine motor muscles. You could also prep the activity beforehand and have it ready as an afternoon busy bag activity. These little yarn wrapped chicks and carrots are simple to craft and even more fun to decorate with! Imagine them hanged on dried branches accompanied with other simple DIY Easter decorations ( such as colorful painted easter eggs! )
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Little blue soft amigurumi bunny with carrot (free crochet patterns)
Crochet your very own adorable cuddly amigurumi bunny toy by following along Mariya Kostyuchenko, Olga Filippova and Yana Dymskaya's wonderful free amigurumi patterns at Amigurumi Space ! This super adorable amigurumi bunny is such a cute friend for toddlers as well as a beautiful handmade Easter gift for grownups. If you'd like to make this adorable crochet / amigurumi bunny bigger ( for an absolutely giant bunny ) simply use a thicker, heavier weight yarn. You can also make this lovely huggable amigurumi bunny from any color and size yarn , the end result will be wonderful and it will surely bring great joy to the one who gets it.
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DIY Carrot nibbling Easter bunny card - adorable Easter card idea
Look at these super adorable carrot nibbling bunny cards ! Can a handmade Easter card be more cuter? These carrot nibbling Easter bunny cards by Kids Craft Room are super adorable, super quick, and easy to make ! ( Kids Craft Room will give you the printable template of this lovely little Easter card for free! ) These are our favorite Easter cards of the season so far! So adorable! Get the free bunny card template at kidscraftroom.com and let's get crafting:
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Little amigurumi bunny with carrot (free amigurumi pattern)
Crochet your very own adorable amigurumi Easter bunny and lovely little carrot with Tatiana Lysenko's nice free amigurumi pattern at Amigurumi Space! This super adorable amigurumi bunny is such a cute friend for toddlers as well as a beautiful handmade Easter gift for grownups. If you'd like to make this adorable crochet / amigurumi rabbit bigger simply use a thicker, heavier weight yarn. You can also make this lovely little amigurumi bunny from any color and size yarn , the end result will be wonderful and it will surely bring great joy to the one who gets it.
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Stanny the amigurumi bunny (free amigurumi pattern)
In this free crochet tutorial by Anita Arslanova at AmiguroomToys, you can learn how to crochet this adorable rabbit in amigurumi ! This sweet amigurumi rabbit is sure to bring a smile to any face! This amigurumi rabbit is a wonderful Easter decoration or a soft toy for kids. This amigurumi rabbit is also perfect as a gift for a newborn if you crochet yours from cotton yarn and create its eyes with embroidery. At AmiguroomToys you will find the free amigurumi pattern of this super cute rabbit accompanied with a nice, detailed assembling tutorial. This amigurumi pattern is a fairly easy one, so if you are a beginner in amigurumis this lovely little rabbit is absolutely perfect to begin with!
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DIY Egg carton Easter carrot treat bag with felt bunnies
Easter is right around the corner so now is a great time to hop into some spring crafting ! Today CreativeMamy will show you how to transform an ordinary egg carton into a super cute carrot treat bag. This egg carton Easter treat bag is just a perfect addition to your little one’s Easter basket! These little carrot treat bags hold lots of goodies. They make a really fun alternative to those little plastic eggs! And they will last, so you can fill them year after year! These carrot Easter treat bags are small and easy , making them a great craft project for beginners, b ut they are still big enough to hold plenty of treats ! You can make a few or make a whole bushel.
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How to make fabric carrots - cute Easter decor ( sewing pattern & tutorial )
If you love fun spring fabric projects , sewing fabric carrots may be just the project you need. Ameroonie Designs will show you how to make them from scrap fabrics in no time. These lovely fabric carrots are simple & fun, and just perfect as an Easter decor or as a soft kids' toy. Don’t be surprised if you end up sewing a whole lot more than you think you really need! Read the tutorial, and let's get sewing:
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