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Learn how to Make Easy, Frugal, Green Easter Projects

Flowers might be blooming, and temperatures are warming up, but who doesn’t like a snow globe? “You can make an adorable Easter Snow Globe from a recycled food container,” Sandy explains. “But we're going to use different shakers for the ‘snow’.”


Sandy has also created an Easter Bunny Finger Puppets project that will be fun for kids of all ages. “Big bonus—they're easy to make with just a few supplies (felt, glue, scissors and a black marker). We have the template available to download and print on,” Sandy says. 


With a bit of adult help, even the youngest artist can create an easy paper Easter egg wreath. “It all starts with a paper plate,” she says. 


And on Easter day, Sandy has created a creative way to display your decorated eggs in style with the Easter Bunny Egg Stand that is made from a toilet paper roll.

For Project Photos & Images, click below:

Easter Bunny Finger Puppets Photo

Easter Bunny Finger Puppets Project

Easter Snow Globe Photo

Easter Snow Globe Project

Paper Easter Egg Wreath Photo

Paper Easter Egg Wreath Project

Toilet Paper Roll Easter Bunny Egg Stand Photo

Toilet Paper Roll Easter Bunny Egg Stand Project


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Sandy Sandler is creator of the QVC best-seller, the Bowdabra. Her frugal craft projects and activity ideas are designed to transform the creatively-challenged into creative pros. Sandy’s focus is on creative and easy projects that parents can do with their kids and that kids can even do on their own that are both frugal and green in nature. 


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