Beautiful DIY Easter Egg Wreath and a Fabulous Kit Kat Cake

  Easter is so colorful with all the pretty pastels. I just dyed 48 empty eggs to fill with delights for my grandkids. Yes, I poked a hole in one end of the egg and emptied out the contents of the egg, then washed out the residue of egg and dried out the shell... they look so pretty, much like these from At Home with Ashley. She shows just how to dye the eggs. 

Beautiful DIY Egg Wreath by At Home With Ashley


Easter Bunny Kit Kat Cake by Butter With a Side of Bread


Easter Bunny Tablescape by Dining Delight



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