My youngest daughter asked me the other day if the Easter Bunny was the only bunny that lays eggs! I am always amazed at how kids hold onto their belief in something like a big white bunny hopping around the yard leaving plastic eggs filled with candy and coins. If we tell them it’s true, it must be, right? But who can resist the wonder and awe Easter egg hunts bring to the holiday; fun traditions and memory makers for kids and adults alike.
I recently read through the book, “Moonwalking With Einstein” by Joshua Foer, which talks about how to create more lasting memories. Getting out of our daily routine helps our brain retain memories more readily. Doing something unexpected, taking time for a vacation, or changing up our daily rhythm are all examples of how to incorporate this concept.
Life goes by too fast for us to not take advantage of times such as holidays and seasonal changes to do something special to commemorate the event. I am challenging myself to do something different this spring, to make the house feel like the season has arrived inside as well as outside.These felt finds for Spring/Easter are sure to be memorable for you and your family this season.
1. Felt Egg Design Book - from Chez Beeper Bebe
Kids can decorate the eggs again and again with this quiet book.
2. Easter Chick Card - from incy wincy stitches
Sweet chick greetings on this Easter card.
3.Bunny Ears – from Martha Stewart
Homemade bunny ears for the little bunnies in your life.
4.Easter Egg Hunt Bags – from the Purl Bee
Treasure bags for a hunt or Easter morning goodies.
5. Finger Puppets – from Fiskars
Spring animals couldn't be cuter!
6. Bunny Finger Puppets – from the Purl Bee
Encourage play with these Easter basket fillers.
7.Felt Chick Egg Warmer – from Craftideas.info
Wake up to a bright Felt Chick keeping your morning egg warm.
8. Felt Peeps Bunnies – from Mommy Savers
These are even better than the edible variety, they will last much longer!
9. Carrot Goodie Bags – from betz white
So simple and practical, jelly beans would fit perfectly inside.
Jen Van Oosbree enjoys the versatility of Benzie felt and the awesomeness of graphic design. She brings monthly DIY selections to the world of Benzie Felt Fanfare.