Easter is just around the corner and I wanted to create a fun Easter basket alternative. As the kids get older, I find that some of the cute things I used to do, don’t necessarily fit. We also have cut down drastically on candy and sugary snacks. Because of that, I needed Easter baskets without candy. That’s where these Easter buckets come into play. I love that everything has a place to store it after the day is done.
Am I the only one who doesn’t want to dye Easter eggs? I just don’t love the mess of it, the time it takes, and the fact that the egg will rot. As a whole, the whole endeavor leaves me ready to scream. Well, I should say it used to leave me ready to scream. Now I love decorating Easter Eggs with my kids. Let me share some tips to save you some time and enjoy these dyeless Easter eggs.