Happy Saturday, friends! It was a grey, cloudy day in Paris today. A perfect, cosy, day for staying in and crafting!
On days like this I plan projects for the kids and work on home projects and cooking adventures with my husband. We love to stay in and enjoy our projects!
We’re continuing the countdown to Easter at my learning house for children with autism and other special needs. We’ve been decorating, coloring Easter eggs and preparing our treasure hunt. The kids are very excited!
Some months we have sessions on the weekends and this month we have sessions on Sunday mornings. Sundays are a really fun day for sessions because my husband is here since he’s not working. He plays with the kids, helps with their sessions and often leads them in a cooking activity. (We both adore cooking and it’s one of our favorite activities to do together and with the kids!)
Tomorrow we are planning to make an Easter wreath with the kids which I will share with you soon!
In the meantime, I have been searching for Easter wreath inspirations. Here are some some of my favorite Easter wreath ideas!
Chicks in a heart Easter wreath
This Easter wreath from Felt Witch is so sweet!
Easter egg wreath
This gorgeous Easter egg wreath from Wine and Glue is made from simple supplies : embroidery floss in lovely pastel colors, balloons and liquid starch.
Easter wreath with flowers and a birdhouse
This darling Easter wreath is rustic and fabulous. I love the mixture of Spring flowers and the adorable birdhouse. And that burlap ribbon – beautiful!
This wreath is for sale in the Etsy store, Flower Power Ohio.
Blue robin’s eggs Easter wreath
This gorgeous Easter wreath was featured on Baby Center. I love the beautiful blue eggs and country feeling this Easter wreath exudes.
Is your home decorated for Easter? What Easter decorations have you been making in your homes? I can’t wait to hear your Easter decorating ideas! ♥
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