Pop Can Easter Rabbits

Pop Can Easter Rabbits

Lisa's Creative Life

Happy Wednesday ! Today’s Easter Post :

Let’s do some recycling with some pop cans :

  • Pop Can
  • Paint
  • wire (for hanger)
  • Raffia  ribbon & material for ears

So first you need to mash the can . Paint it . Drill holes & fit hanger. Decorate with eats & bow. I have also changed the colors /decorations   & made scarecrows out of the cans for fall.   Lisa 



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Easter Candy * Gold Brick Eggs

Easter Candy * Gold Brick Eggs

Happy Wednesday ! And today's post is all about Easter Candy  !!! This gem is a local favorite & produced Seasonal - Read more & Enjoy - Lisa In 1855 in New Orleans, Christopher Henry Miller turned his pastry chef experience into the Miller Candy Corporation. His son-in-law, Augustus Elmer, eventually joined him. And around [...]

Easter Eggs Dyed with Saving Cream

Easter Eggs Dyed with Saving Cream

Lets Dye Eggs

Lisa's Creative Life

Today’s post is all about the Egg. So get the kids together & have some food.

Lets gather a few supplies :

Glass bowl

Eggs ( soak for a few minutes in vinager ) It help the dye set faster

Can of Foam shaving Cream

Food Color  Dye

Pan to Roll eggs in.

Card stock , Paper towel & a clean place to work. You may want to protect your surface before trying this.

* If you want to eat the egg after during this -you can use whipping cream instead of shaving cream since eggs are porous.




  • Directions
  • Get some cheap white shaving cream, and spread out on a cookie sheet.
  • Dribble food coloring across the surface. Neon food coloring makes the best looking eggs.
  • Use a toothpick to swirl the colors around in the shaving cream.
  • Take your dried, and cooled hard  boiled egg, and roll it around…

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Easter Egg Hunt * The history & family tradition

Easter Egg Hunt : a family tradition But have you considered the history around it- The word "Easter" is thought to come from the Teutonic goddess of springtime Eostre, who was commonly associated with rabbits thanks to their connection with fertility; early Germanic cultures believed that Eostre and her egg-laying rabbits heralded the beginning of [...]