Sunday Funday: All You Need Is Love … And Chocolate Eggs! #1

March 29, 2015 Sunday Funday 0

Sunday Funday Easter

The weekend is almost over, which means back to work tomorrow for most of us. So to cheer you up (and myself) I am going to be giving you a little bit of bookish fun every Sunday, to make the end of the weekend that little bit easier!

It’s FINALLY nearly Easter and I can’t wait. I have already eaten about 2 years worth of chocolate eggs and we haven’t even had the big day yet, so I’m already totally in the Easter spirit. But if you need a little more persuading, check out some of the Easter fun I have put together for you below.

You can also check out my Easter Eggstravaganza posts from last year:
Easter Eggstravaganza #1
Easter Eggstravaganza #2
Easter Eggstravaganza #3

First Some Bookish Crafts…

That’s right, I totally found some bookish Easter crafts, and they look so cute!

Instructions here.
I really love this bunting, but I would need to make like 100 of them so I could cover my entire house!

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Instructions here.
So the instructions for this one uses vintage music book pages, but you could very easily replace them with any book pages you so desire and they will look just as cute!

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So this one doesn’t come with in instructions but isn’t really all that hard to figure out! Cut out a circle (with one flat side) for the body, a circle for the head and two ear shapes from some book pages. They grab yourself a ball of cotton wool for a tail. Perfection!

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Then the Non Bookish Crafts…

Who knew that you could so many fun easter things with some wool and a few balloons!

eggs

Instructions here.
I know I put these on my post last year, but I never actually got round to making them so yes, I am including them again!

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Instructions here.
These would be so cute for present giving, and probably cheaper then buying gift bags!

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Enjoy your Sunday and have an egg-cellent week!

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