Blogosphere Easter Round Up

Posted on Apr 21, 2011

I can’t believe Easter is almost here already. It seems like only yesterday, I was worrying about finishing my Christmas shopping. Easter was always a big deal at my home growing up. As a child I didn’t completely understand the religious aspects, but I knew some time during the holiday I was going to get a new outfit and an Easter basket full of sweet treats. I still love those cheap chocolate bunnys. 

This is my first Easter on the blogosphere and I’m awed by the creativity of  some of my fellow bloggers. I’ve found a treasure trove of ideas out there for cute things to create this week. These are just a few of the adorable treats  from some super talented bloggers.  

Natural Dyed Easter Eggs by Big Sis Lil Sis

Natural Dyed Easter Eggs by Big Sis Lil Sis

I first saw this on the cover of Country Living Magazine. I love the natural muted colors of these eggs. Using flowers and  leaves as a resist is brillant.

Chocolate Nests by Ezra Pound Cake

Chocolate Nests by Ezra Pound Cake

 These nests by Ezra Pound Cake are adorable and simple to make. The photo is great.

Speckled Egg Cupcakes

Speckled Egg Cupcakes on Bake at 350

Bridget at Bake at 350 is so talented and creative. These Speckled Egg Cupcakes are another of her creations.
 

Easter Bunny Macarons by Raspberri Cupcakes

 I’m a sucker for anything bunny shaped. This would be great for a post Easter egg hunt snack.

Stenciled Chocolate Snickerdoodles by Big Sis lil Sis

 These stenciled cookies are perfect for those of us that aren’t comfortable with piping bags and tips.

Easter Kit Kat Cake by So How's It Taste

 A cake wrapped in Kit Kats! What a great idea. This makes an adorable cake basket.

Easter Basket Cupcakes from the Fig Tree

Easter Basket Cupcakes from the Fig Tree

Pipe cleaners are a great finishing touch on these Easter basket cupcakes. Love the green icing grass.

1 Comment

  1. Sheila Busby
    04/21/2011

    How sweet all the ideas are Janet and they are easy SO I can even do these.
    Thank-you for sharing these ideas just in time for my trip home. The kids will love the one or two I choose to do.
    I wish you and all your readers a very wonderful Easter fellowship with family and friends.

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