Oh how I love Easter! The feeling of spring in the air make this holiday so special and I have such fond memories of gathering at my Grandma’s house with all of my cousins to have an Easter Egg hunt! Here are a few things that can make your Easter frugal and fun:
Natural Dyeing Techniques: you don’t need dye or kits to color your Easter eggs. Try using fresh beets or cranberries for a pale red color or strong coffee for a beige or brown color.
Rubber Band Eggs: this method uses rubber bands to easily make a tie-dyed or striped Easter eggs.
Make Your Own Marshmallow Peeps: create your own Peeps with 7 simple ingredients.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Eggs: no need to buy expensive chocolate treats from the store. Try your hand at making your own sweet Easter eggs.
Fill Your Basket With Freebies: take advantage of these deals and freebies found by Confessions of a Thrifty Mama.
Baskets for Less Than a Quarter: check out garage sales and thrift stores for inexpensive items, like pails for sandboxes, that can double as Easter baskets.