40 Easter Favorites E-Book ~ On sale now!


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40 Easter Favorites

Our Family’s Best Recipes,  Games, DIY Crafts and Traditions

WEEK BEFORE EASTER SALE! Right now you can grab it for only $1.99 (was $7.99), hurry and grab your copy!

  Easter time is filled with bright colors, both sweet and savory treats and  fun projects.  In this ebook we have combined  over 40 of our family’s Easter favorites.  Over  80 pages of colorful images and step by step how to guides on  everything from recipes, crafts, games and traditions.  We know you will have so much fun making these recipes and having your family and friends participate in the Easter crafts. I know our family has made so many memories doing each of these activities, crafts and recipes in this book. We loved them all and hope you will love them too. Remember that no matter how they may turn out that the memories created are the most important part of spending time with family and friends. Enjoy your time together and have fun doing all of the sections in this ebook.

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254 thoughts on “40 Easter Favorites E-Book ~ On sale now!”

  1. Ryana K Suarez

    We did it your way this year it was so fun an so easy loved this idea a lot

  2. Pammela Greer Bartlett

    We did and it was fabulous ! It was worth it! We were just sucked in! I hope you understood that comment ! I just couldn’t stop watching U0001f601

  3. Heather Hassell Pierce

    Thank you. I figured that would be cool to add. Happy Easter

  4. Alicia Bemont

    We could only find gel food coloring at the store. It didn’t work alone, so we added water… to instant rice. Not the best idea. Lol. But we still got some pretty eggs… just with a bunch of cracks.

  5. It did Not work with brown eggs. Tried peeling them n shaking, very pretty. But you can’t go hide peeled eggs outside for a hunt. Will try harder next year to fin White ones earlier.

  6. Will try this with brown eggs as New Zealand has few white eggs. Wil let you know how it works

  7. Carolyn Goodwin

    You are welcome!! Now I am trying to come up with a project for the colored rice!

  8. Erin Sedgeman

    Where are you guys from? We are from Michigan! Frankie is turning 2 in July! His Fontan repair will be sometime this summer!

  9. Roberta Stetson Turner

    I tried this with the kids this evening, it was fun and easy and not much of a mess at all. Loved it! Thanks thrifty mom..

  10. We did standard colors and then mixed. We like the mixed colors best 🙂

  11. Anita Ramirez

    Samantha Leonard…. Might be too late for this year… But next year…

  12. Janet Riediger Fields

    Awesome! Last year my not so perfect planning left my 4yo with black dyed hands for our easeter pictures, not this year!

  13. Pammela Greer Bartlett

    I melted a whole container of ice cream because I was watching your video ! I love this idea! Can’t wait to try ! Thank you ! From mobile Alabama

  14. Brenda Lykins

    Did ours this way today!! Thank you so much for sharing thisU0001f604 Brilliant!! NO MESS & the kids had FUN doing it!!!

  15. Maureen Thorn

    Great demo and fun family-loved hearing your kids-will try this with my grandkids tomorrow! Thanks a bunch and Happy Easter!

  16. Carolyn Lentz

    Thanks Jules Francois-Dooley! I am going to do this tomorrow! Can’t wait!

  17. Janet Bauer Streight

    I did this with preschool in plastic peanut butter jars. First in blue rice, then green rice. They were pretty greenish blue. If you shake too hard they will crack. We tried to hold on side and bottom and roll the egg around. Had to keep adding color.

  18. Jules Francois-Dooley

    Carolyn Lentz Emily Filbrandt this is what i was telling you ladies about!

  19. Marlane Khoury Chadid

    So easy to do! I wasn’t able to get white eggs but the darker shell work just as well. My 8 year old boy helped out & he loved it!! Thanks for the idea……will definitely do it again!

  20. Crystal Jordan Nye

    Do you know if you can use eggs that are not real? Will it work with them?

  21. Melissa Talbert

    Ty so much doing this with my kids and grandkids to 3 autistic boys yes gonna be so much easier ty

  22. Lynnette VanMaanen

    I just watched your video and it’s Fantastic, I’m going to do it Sunday with my kids. Keep posting Fun things!!

  23. Melissa Talbert

    Use new rice put a couple drops red and couple drops blue together

  24. Suzanne Bell Stimpson

    You can let the rice dry after and mix all the colors for a fun “I spy” container. (Clear plastic container with lid…then add little objects to try and spot as you turn the container.)

  25. Erin Flaherty

    This is how my grandsons will be coloring our Easter eggs in Napa, California!

  26. Julie Moffett Rine

    Judy Auker Moffett Jodie Moffett Arreguin this is oddly mesmerizing! I think we should try this tomorrow!

  27. Marlane Khoury Chadid

    So easy to do! I wasn’t able to get white eggs but the darker shell work just as well. My 8 m year old boy helped out & he loved it!! Thanks for the idea……will definitely do it again!

  28. Lindsey Diaz-Gonzalez

    hey Angela Holmes , we should do this with the girls for eggs on Sunday!!!!

  29. These are super neat I’m in Bali will have to share your ideas thanks heaps!

  30. Amelia, this would be really fun to try 🙂 could do Saturday with the kids?

  31. Fran Guisto

    Great, I loved your presentation!! Would love to know about future one so!! ThanksU0001f388U0001f389U0001f430U0001f495

  32. Paula Reppin

    Shari Zywica-Wasik. Y’all will just have to dye more eggs tomorrow, using rice!

  33. Cindy Donald

    Hi from Jakarta Indonesia…..great idea U0001f603 thanks for sharing.

  34. Our little ones dyed them with shaving cream and food coloring…they look fab! X

  35. Lee Ann Daugherty

    I think the Walgreens sale ends today, Thursday, but check. Aldis is pretty cheap on eggs.

  36. Natalie Palacios

    Karla Arias thought you’d wanna try this with Max U0001f60a mess free and fun for little ones

  37. Martena Mack

    Yazzy Yazzy Amanda Breniser should we try this, I have neon food coloring…..

  38. Clee Prentice Walker

    Great idea! Don’t use ziplock bags!!!! The bottom busted and now there’s rice all over my floor U0001f602

  39. Kim Aucoin Detiveaux

    Mix 2 colors in the rice. Take white rice, add blue & red then shake the egg.

  40. Kim Aucoin Detiveaux

    Could u mix colors in the rice? Like red & blue to make purple?

  41. Irene De Marty

    Then they can combine the rice for a sensory box instead of sand =)

  42. Deborah Redden McBride

    Rachel Mcbride Koza and Hannah McBride, this looks fun and easy!!!

  43. Jacque White

    Can you continue using the rice, or do you need new rice every time?! Please let me know!!!

  44. Ryana K Suarez

    I loved the blue and red dyed eggs that turned out a gold and blue green that was really cool

  45. Stella Bilen

    Hello from Sweden thanks you for all the incurable ideas from a kindergarten teacher student. U0001f604

  46. TinaPerry Lee Barr

    Try mixing 2 colors of dye into the rice
    To make a solid color.
    Purple or Orange

  47. Elizabeth R. Stephenson

    Wow! I am going to try this with my preschool students…Thanks for the idea!

  48. Stephanie Lattner

    Hello from Kansas!! Great idea! I will definitely try this Saturday with my kids. This will be great especially with my 2 year old.

  49. Thanks for the great idea going to make them with my grandkids this weekend

  50. Dorina Cela Watson

    Does a dry very quick on the rice?how many eggs can you color on how many drops after you color the rice?

  51. C.J. Bowles

    Right! Like yellow and then red. Have the egg turn out red, yellow and orange?

  52. C.J. Bowles

    Or shake it around in blue first and then in a separate red one next?

  53. Brandi Flynn

    How do you keep the shells from cracking? I did this with my kids last year and the eggs came out all cracked.

  54. Tiffany Dawn Orange

    I wonder if using scotch tape to make designs then shaking it in the rice in food coloring would work

  55. Misty Stephens

    White candle wax will let you design then dye and the wax won’t due

  56. Nikki Mcmahon

    They say if your egg spins it’s hard boiled if no spin it’s raw

  57. Irene De Marty

    Combine all the rice in the end for a sensory box instead of sand =)

  58. Cecelia Pannone-Oconnor

    Full of great ideas perfect for making family memories can not wait to start making some with my grandsons.

  59. Tammie Gibson Ashby

    We are excited to try the melted crayon eggs… Almost no prep and simple, clean, and fun.

  60. MarDee McDougal

    Looks like it’s “on sale” for $4.99 Was hoping for another freebie. Some of us just don’t have that extra $4.99 to spend.

  61. Cecelia Pannone-Oconnor

    I ordered but tried to down load on iPad did not work how do I retrieved. The link again ?

  62. Amelia E Ashby Kerr

    This would help make an amazing Easter for the girls! Rosie Loves the minion eggs!!

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