CONFETTI EGGS (CASCARONES)

Wish we knew about cascarones (kas-ka-ron-ez) when we were kids! Mexican tradition says, break the confetti egg over your friend's head and it will bring them good luck. We have toddlers, so decided to go the non-head smashing route. They got to smash their own eggs, which was a big hit.

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The cascarones are perfect for the Easter egg hunt too.

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And they make for great table decor.

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We got our confetti eggs from Paper Source but Oh Happy Day and Pretty Prudent have some great DIYs to make your own.

WATERMELON BUNNIES

Here's a super cute and easy idea for your Easter festivities. Turn watermelon into cute little bunny skewers that kids (and adults!) will love.

What you'll need:

Whole Seedless Watermelon

Bunny Cookie Cutter 

Sharp Serrated Knife

Skewers

Slice the end off of one side of the watermelon and discard. Slice watermelon in approximately 1/2 inch slices. This will vary depending on the depth of your cookie cutter, as you'll want the slice to be the same thickness as the cutter.

Press the cookie cutter firmly down the middle of the watermelon slice. Then pop out your bunny-shaped piece. Save remaining watermelon for snacking!

Place your bunnies on their skewers.

These bunnies are hopping on the table and ready to party!