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April 4, 2014
Creative Easter Decorations
by Dian Thomas

If you are looking for creative Easter decorations, go no farther than your bathroom to find some of the materials you’ll need. Toilet paper in pastel colors comes in handy to make bunnies, ducks and chicks.

You’ll need:

  • 1 roll bathroom tissue for each bunny, duck, or chick

  • magic markers (to draw faces)

  • orange construction paper (duck and chick)

  • pink construction paper (bunny)

  • 1 (1-1/2’) pom-pom (bunny tail)

  • white acrylic paint

  • sponge to apply paint

  • miniature flowers, pom-poms, and ribbon

  • straw hat for the duck

  • glue gun

  • Easter grass and candies

Draw faces on each roll of tissue. Cut the duck or chick beak and feet from orange construction paper. Cut ears and feet for bunny from pink construction paper. Glue ears onto bunny by spreading the paper enough to snug ears in place. Glue beaks and feet in place.

Sponge paint onto feet and ears of bunny to create the appearance of fur. Push Easter grass and candies in the tube. Decorate with small flowers or pom-poms, a tied ribbon at the neck, and a hat for the duck.

For more great ideas from Dian Thomas, get her Holiday Fun Year Round book, or get in on this 60% off special on Dian’s Library offer, go to www.dianthomas.com.

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About Dian Thomas

Dian Thomas was blessed with the good fortune to be born near and raised in the remote, breathtaking Manti-La Sal National Forest in southeastern Utah, where her father was the forest ranger. She took the skills she learned in the outdoors and turned them into a New York Times best-selling book, Roughing It Easy. Her appearance on the NBC's "Tonight" show with Johnny Carson boosted her into the national media scene, where she became a regular on NBC's "Today" show for eight years and then ABC's "Home Show" for six years. After more than 25 years of media exposure and 19 books, she now shares her practical insights and wisdom with audiences who want to savor life.

A former Relief Society president, Dian is currently serving as a visiting teacher. Visit her website at www.DianThomas.com

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