4/15/11

A Little More Easter Fun & Pinterest

Have you heard about Pinterest? It is my new favorite web gadget.




Pinterest is kind of a 'virtual pin board'. You can create collections of things you love and "follow" collections created by people with great taste.



Pinterest can be used to collect and share all sorts of things -- wedding inspiration, favorite T-shirts, home decor, or even party ideas!

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I used Pinterest to create a collection of all the great Easter craft/decor ideas I love from the blogging world. Take a look!

A new twist on birds' nests.



This sweet Easter basket is a FREE printable. It would be the perfect little 'Easter happy' for friends, teachers, or family.


Gather up all those loose buttons or go to Hobby Lobby and buy yourself a bag. Adorable and simple.


I like this garland- a change of pace from bunting.


Donuts and cupcakes?! Yes please.


An Easter Egg t-shirt created using ruffled ribbon. It inspired me to make a CTG version for my little bunnies.

























This entire party collection is available for FREE. Just like http://www.gwynnwassondesigns.com/ on facebook and leave your email address. She will send you the pdf file. For every fan who requests this collection, a donation will be made to disaster relief in Japan. Cute stuff for a great cause.




Jordan Almond Wreath- way too pretty to eat.



I keep seeing these party cones popping up- you can fill them with popcorn, candy, or even cereal.



"For My Favorite Peeps":) The perfect party favor.



Tweet Little Birds



Happy Easter! 



Thanks for taking a peek at my Easter Party board. Hope to see you on Pinterest!





1 comment:

  1. You found some great stuff! I think I am becoming a little obsessed with pinterest!

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