When you only dye a few eggs for Easter, it always seems like you have tons of dye left and nothing to do with it. Whether you make your own all-natural dyes, use food coloring or buy tables from the store, there’s always other uses you can find for your leftover egg dye.
Depending on your mom, she either loves or hates the things you make for her. Even if she’s held onto the mug that you made in the third grade, that doesn’t mean she wants you to keep making her crafts for Mother’s Day. That said, some moms love homemade goodies. This year, why not invite your mom along for the craft making?
Tired of the same old duck and bunny crafts for Easter? Try out some cool science experiments this year instead. Whether you’re experimenting with family, friends or your kids, you’re bound to learn something new and have a blast with this list of cool experiments from BuzzFeed. From making your own silly putty and bouncy balls to growing gummy bears, you are bound to create something fun.
If you have a day with children coming up at work or home, you can make a simple dreamcatcher from just a few materials you have around the house. Cut out the inside of a paper plate, hole punch the edges and have the kids thread yarn through the holes. Let the yarn dangle and tie on beads and feathers for a quick and easy dreamcatcher!