Easter is one of Rabbit's favorite holidays, and he always knows just what to do to make it extra special. Print this activity page to make your Easter one of the best ever!
Get ready for Easter with Minnie and Daisy, and make a beautiful bonnet that can be customized to look just the way you like it!
Inspired by the March Hare that Alice meets at the Mad Hatter's tea party, this craft features a pair of floppy rabbit ears with a scattering of straw between them.
Made from decorative cardstock, these miniature trunks -- which quickly take shape with a few snips and folds -- are designed to hold a small cache of jellybean pearls and other edible treasures.
Talk about easy! Almost everything in this pesto-cranberry
tart is store-bought.
In this deconstructed version of hot spinach-artichoke dip,
we stuff artichoke hearts with lightly seasoned cooked spinach
and melt brie on top.
Skewering mozzarella balls and cherry tomatoes makes them
easy to nosh at a party.
Bosc pears are strong-flavored and hold their shape when
cooked, making them well suited for this savory side dish. It's a
terrific accompaniment for a glazed ham or grilled sausage or
most any roasted meat or poultry.
We remember the excitement of finding that brightly colored egg hiding behind the yard gnome (yes, we had a yard gnome, and we loved it). Here are fun suggestions for an Easter party, complete with noshing, crafting, and, of course, hunting.
Take advantage of convenient mini ("baby") carrots to make
this simple but sophisticated classic French side dish.