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For this year’s Easter tablescape theme, we have decided to go with buffalo and teal as the theme for the adults. We couldn’t resist putting together this matching table for the kids!
We started this incredibly sweet table with a white tablecloth and buffalo check wrapping paper that we used as a runner. Then we piled up a bunch of bright-colored decor to balance out the black and white.
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Joke Card Printable
These sweet Easter jokes for kids will keep kids entertained and laughing while they wait.
Bunny Place Setting
We found these cute bunny plates at Target years ago. Next to it we place a napkin with bright cookie cutters and utensils.
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We had this wooden bunny so we created a small centerpiece with it. We added filler to a silver tin from Dollar Tree and a few plastic eggs.
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Peep Pop Arrangement
This sweet treat is so easy to make. All you need are peeps, filler, a jar, and wooden sticks. Fill the jar with filler so that it holds the wooden skewers in different positions. Add one peep to each wooden skewer and arrange them in the jar. This instantly adds bright colors and a treat the kids can enjoy after dinner.
DIY Bunny Plastic Cups
Take any plastic cups and draw a bunny face on them with a black marker. Cut out 2 inch bunny years from white cardstock and pastel-colored paper and glue them to the outside of the cup. Add a cotton ball to the back as a bunny tail.
DIY Bunny Chairs
How cute are these chairs?! The kids will love to actually sit down quietly. We simply cut 2 bunny ears out of white cardstock then layered on the buffalo check wrapping paper on top. We pinned a small pom pom to the back of the chair as a bunny tail.
Bunny Balloon Wall Art
Danny loves balloon projects so she made these amazing bunny cut out from a few foam project boards. Here are the steps if you want to put it together yourself for under $5! You will need 3 foam boards and a bag of 9” balloons.
First, mark the middle of board to make sure the bunny is the same on both sides.
Draw one side of the bunny, then match it on the other side. Cut out the bunny.
With the other 2 boards, mark 3 inch thick strips and cut them all out.
Take those strips and start molding them to the shape of the bunny. Hot glue them onto the bunny shape.
We blew up small balloons and taped them inside the cutout. Just make sure to do this soon before guests arrive to avoid any deflated balloons.