12 Fun DIY Carrot Crafts For Easter Décor

12 Fun DIY Carrot Crafts For Easter Décor
Carrots as bunny food have become an indispensable part of spring and Easter décor, and today I’d like to roundup some of such crafts. Of course, you can create simple real carrot centerpieces but you can also make fun faux ones with your kids. Foam, felt, cardboard, paper, playdough, even candies can be shaped into... 
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How To Make A Travel Candle

How To Make A Travel Candle
We’ve told you of many candles, and this time we’ll tell you about a travel candle which you can easily take where you want and create an atmosphere there. The supplies are scissors, a saucepan, a dish towel, a 16 oz. can, a golden tin, 3” candle wick, natural beeswax, essential oil. Pour the wax... 
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DIY Easter Egg Votive Holders

DIY Easter Egg Votive Holders
Let’s make a piece that would highlight cozy atmosphere of the cute family holiday like Easter. These pretty egg votive holders will look amazing on your Easter mantel and table. The supplies are 20 gauge aluminum wire, glass beads, chenille stems, candle and the end caps. Place your glass bead onto the wire and curl... 
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12 Easter-Inspired Crafts With Eggs

12 Easter-Inspired Crafts With Eggs
For Easter you can not only decorate eggs and eat them but also make cool décor pieces using them. Make a crochet decoration case and hang it – here you have a perfect piece. A centerpiece with grass and eggs is very easy to make and looks great! One more centerpiece idea is an egg... 
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DIY Lavender Mason Jar Candle

DIY Lavender Mason Jar Candle
Candles are cool for creating a cozy atmosphere, and you can make some scented candles yourself! The supplies are soy wax, soy wicks, glue, a double boiler/microwave safe container, a thermometer, fragrance and herbs of your choice. Using a double boiler melt your wax until the temperature reaches 160-180 degrees Fahrenheit. While the wax is... 
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DIY Egg-Shaped Easter Candles

DIY Egg-Shaped Easter Candles
Let’s make unusual Easter eggs – candles. The supplies are eggs, some paraffin,  a wick candle, a  needle, a dish. First empty the egg:  using a needle, prick the egg to the extremities. Allow to soak for 15 minutes in a mixture of warm water and salt; rinse thoroughly and let dry for 24 hours.... 
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