Easter Buddies + An Easter Pinterest Party

// Easter Buddies with Free Printable // 


I have decided that when it comes to candy and all around cuteness… Easter is my favorite holiday.  I mean really, Cadbury Mini Eggs, Jelly Beans, Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs, Cadbury Creme Eggs, black jelly beans, the list could go on and on. Not to mention all of the cute Easter goodies that they have available at the stores these days.

I’m a sucker for fun plastic eggs and I found this CUTE set of animal Easter eggs at Target and thought it would be perfect little goodie for my kiddos. I could add a fun curled up message along with the candy inside, add some feet to the bottom of the plastic eggs and they turn them into something extra special…


This project is super quick and with my free printable, you can make them up in a snap! Here’s what you will need…

Supply List


First,  you will need to print the free printable sayings on just your basic printer paper…


You can download the printable HERE.

Once you have that printed, you will need to use scissors or a paper cutter to cut out the strips and then curl them around a pencil…


Next cut out some small 1- 1 1/2 inch hearts to use as the feet for your little animal eggs…


I used my Cricut Explore, but you could easily use any cutting machine or free hand it as well.  Then you will use your Elmer’s Craft Bond foam circles to affix the feet to the egg. These little foam adhesives are PERFECT for this project.


They have just the right amount of hold to keep those little buddies standing strait without hardly any fuss.  And just like that, you’re a rock star!


Add some Cadbury Mini Eggs and you’re really ROCKIN’!  There you have it, this simple yet super fun Easter Buddy project…


Easter Pinterest Party

Now that I’ve shared my fun Easter creation, some of my favorite creative friends and I are pleased to invite YOU to wow us with yours!


The Easter-themed Year of Celebrations Pinterest party will be held this Sunday, March 30, and y’all are all cordially invited to join in!

Hosted by…

The monthly Year of Celebrations Pinterest Party is the place to find THE most comprehensive, inspiring Pinterest board on the block. Each and every month, we’ll be focusing on a different holiday or celebration, and this month is all about Easter!

Here are all of the details for how YOU can participate:

  • What: A Pinterest Party to celebrate all things Easter!

  • When: THIS Sunday, March 30 at 9 p.m. EST/ 8 p.m. Central/ 7 p.m. MST/ 6 p.m. PST

How you can participate:

  • Round up YOUR favorite Easter projects and recipes. Anything goes: crafts, decor, sweet treats, and more!
  • Follow the Year of Celebrations Pinterest board. 

  • When the party kicks off, tweet YOUR favorite Valentine’s Day project and/or link using the hashtag #yearofcelebrations. Helpful hint: We highly recommend putting the hashtag at the beginning of your tweet to ensure it doesn’t get cut off.
  • On Sunday, March 30, tune in at the appointed time and watch as we build a board full of amazing ideas – including yours! 
  • Be sure to follow along during the party to repin and comment on the board’s posts using the hashtag #yearofcelebrations.

We are so excited to PIN and SHARE all of your amazing projects!

See y’all there! :)

ONE LAST THING… I have an amazing $500 Instagram giveaway going on right now. Click HERE to check out all the info and enter to win



  1. says

    Question about Easter Pinterest Party. If we have pinned a project to our board already do you want that link or the link to the project on our website??

  2. Holly says

    this is really random but do you by chance still have these eggs? I have had VERY similar ones for 4 years and my husband just told me ( as i was looking for them to put in the easter baskets ) that he threw them away, Im such a sentimental person, would you likely sell them if you do have them?

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