Easter DIY’s, Photo Booth Props, and More Fun!

Photo Booth of the Stars is ready to celebrate Easter and share some festive, cheerful, and fun Easter Celebration inspiration with you today!

These DIY Easter Photo Booth props come in a 16 piece fun prop set for only $3.95.  You can get the PDF pintables via Chela Williams.

Check out this tutorial via Country Living for these simple and adorable easy bunny years that are sure to make your photo booth rental hop!

If you are posing for the photo’s this Easter, then you have to get these Chickadee Glasses.  They are only $4.95 via Maro DesignsOr you could turn this into a fun DIY project for you and your loved ones during your Easter egg making session.

Give your traditional neon dyed Easter eggs a makeover this year.  Here is a great little cheat sheet from McCormick.com to help you make some fantastic colors you won’t find in your old Easter egg kits.

There are so many great tutorials you can find to design you eggs.

Feeling adventurous?  Try these foiled eggs from Martha Stewart and we bet you will make quite a statement at your holiday party.  You can check out the whole tutorial and try your shot at them here.


Make your own Minion Eggs!!

Don’t forget about the teens, they should get in on some of the fun too.  While they may not be interested in the Easter egg hunt, any teen girl will be happy receiving a nail polish Easter egg.  We found this inspiration on Mache.  It’s a simple way to get the older one’s into the spirit if only for a moment.

Let these flour bunny tracks from The Larson Lingoleave an impression that your family will never forget.  They will be so surprised to see that the Easter Bunny came and dropped off their baskets when they spot these!


Kick up your dinner rolls by taking a pair of scissors and trimming out two ears and poking two little eyes into them to make a bunny roll like this Pinterest pin via Christine Perkett.


Add some festive Easter décor for around the house, office, or as party décor.  This easy as could be topiary used jelly beans to make.  You can find the tutorial over at Crafty Sisters which uses a foam ball, a dowel rod, clay pot, jelly beans, some moss, and another small piece of foam to hold the rod up.  Just try not to eat all the jelly beans so you have some left for the topiary!  Head on over and make one of these guys here.


This nest cake Via Gooseberry Patch is made by hollowing out the center of a cake, and add m&m’s on top.  You could use either chocolate covered chow mein noodles, or even coconuts covered in frosting instead.

So, now you have your photo booth props, Easter egg dye ideas, party décor, and a yummy looking cake to make!  Go on and host an Easter themed party this year, or if it is your tradition, then freshen it up this year and try some new ideas.


Author:  L. Fulton-EventsbyL



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