CSS Drop Down Menu

Easter Door Decoration and Easter Treats

I haven’t started on making Easter things yet. Wait, yes I have. I just planted the wheat grass which is a pretty, very green grass that comes up in 5 days and looks just like grass. It has long, long roots but then dies in 2 weeks. I planted that early so that I can do a whole post on it so if you guys want to go out and get the wheat grass you’ll have plenty of time before Easter. Look for the post on Wheat grass for Easter at the end of this week!
Like I started to say, I haven’t gotten into Easter stuff yet (Easter is early this year – March 31st so I’d better get to it. :) so I decided to do a roundup of the Easter fun from past years.

This Easter Door Decoration I made 2 years ago and it was easy and fun to make. You can put anything in the pocket, too. I did a tutorial on how to make it HERE.

Here are some cake pops in the shape of little chicks so I called them Chick Pops. How to make them HERE.

A few years ago I was making Easter Baskets from girl’s Easter hats. That was a trip also. Loved ‘em. HERE is the original post on how to make them.

Pretty Easter pillows with white, ruffled lace (our specialty) HERE.

This wreath isn’t exactly an Easter wreath but it is a Spring wreath and could be used for Easter, I think. It’s the bright green Easter grass stuff and daisies. HERE is the original post on how to make it.

Homemade Easter Cards with bunnies and butterflies.... HERE.

Hope you like this round up of Easter fun and goodies. I have some more Easter fun stuff coming up next week also...
Thanks for visiting, my friends. You are the BEST!!

If you are new to Crafts a la Mode WELCOME!! My name is Linda and my sister, Carol, and I started this blog four years ago to log about our crafts. We started off with the name “Two Succulent Sisters” and  recently we renamed our blog “Crafts a la Mode” basically because crafts and DIY home projects are mostly what we do with some DIY home projects and a few recipes thrown in for fun. Our whole family is very creative. Our nephew makes cabin furniture and can basically make anything.
I’m so looking forward to having you join us on our quest to learn new things and would love to have you join our community by subscribing via email or RSS feed. Thanks so much for visiting..
Follow by EMAIL or follow by RSS Feed.

Parties to Peruse:

We like to Learn As We Go
Oldie but a Goodie
Make the Scene Monday
Mop It Up Mondays

Fine Craft Guild


Hi, I'm Linda and I am the writer, crafter, and chief-cook-and-bottle-washer of this blog. Hope you will join me for some fun and it's all about fun. What if the Hokey Pokey IS what it's all about.

Join Me On: Facebook | Twitter | Google Plus | Pinterest | Instagram | Subscribe


  1. I am so ready for Spring! Super cute decorations! Life to the full, Melissa @ DaisyMaeBelle

  2. You make the most beautiful things! Our Autumn started on the 1st March and the temperature literally dropped overnight :-) {which I am grateful for, as we had a scorcher of a Summer!}

  3. Love the Easter grass wreath and the door pocket. Where do you buy wheat grass?

  4. I love the easter wreath with Green grass and flowers AND the chick pops! They were so cute I pinned them :)

  5. Love your sweet grouping of Easter projects! What a darling hat basket! My daughter would love the chick pops, as cake pops are one of her favorite things to make. I'll have to check them out. Thanks for stopping by and leaving your kind words earlier!

  6. such cute Easter creations, love the door hanger with the egg pocket and the basket is so cute !!!

  7. Linda, what great spring ideas! Love them all! (Now I just need Mother Nature to get the "it's spring" memo)

    I'd love for you to share this at my March Madness Party.


    Happy Hump Day!