{DIY} Free Easter Printable Colouring Sheet


Easter weekend is here and if you’re going to be entertaining some little ones over the next few days then today’s post might help you out.

I’ve created this free Easter printable which children and colour in while they munch their way through chocolate eggs or for when they need a break searching for the Easter bunny.

It’s A4 size and prints out in black and white so it’s ready to go. Just click here to download the PDF file.

I hope you like it and have a happy Easter!

Lots of long weekend love,



8 of the Best Easter Crochet Patterns

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Easter is coming and chocolate eggs are making me fat. I thought it would be fun to pull together my favourite crochet patterns for Easter and share them here. And the eggs have zero calories too which is always a bonus.

Clockwise from left: Easter Egg Dude hats; Crochet Easter eggs; Easter birds; Easter egg basket; Stripey egg cosies; Chick in a rabbit costume; Easter rabbit baby hat and nappy cover; Pretty hanging egg decoration.

Are you doing any crafting for Easter? I would love to hear what you’re making.

Lots of crochet love,


{DIY} Handpainted Easter Egg Bags


Spring is my favourite time of year. All the bright colours, flowers and of course, Easter. I thought it would be fun to think up a bit of Easter decor that’s so simple you can make with your children and use to wrap either real or chocolate eggs.

These handpainted Easter egg bags are made using plain white cotton and DYLON Fabric paints. Tie a bit of twine around the top and you’re done!


What you need:

How to Make it:

  1. Cut your cotton into 15cm x 15cm squares for normal egg-sized eggs, or bigger for monster chocolate Easter eggs!
  2. Using the fabric paint (on a surface covered by newspaper) paint your design onto the fabric. I tried out three different types as I couldn’t decide on one.
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  3. Put aside to dry.
  4. Once the paint has dried (this will take about 2-3 hours) take your egg and put it in the centre of your square. Gather up the sides and tie the twine on the top.
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And that’s it! I think this DIY would be cute for little bags of mini chocolate eggs to give out at Easter parties or just for a pretty bit of decor.

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Are you going to be celebrating Easter this year?

Lots of egg-cellent love,






Disclosure : I was gifted the DYLON Fabric Paints for this post.