Lawn Fawn Intro: Carrot ’bout You & Carrot ’bout You Banner Add-On

Hello and welcome to Lawn Fawn’s Spring 2024 Inspiration and Release week! On February 22 our 13 new stamp sets and coordinating dies along with 19 new standalone die sets, new paper collection, and all of our exciting new products will be for sale at your favorite store and at! Woohoo! Until then we will have fun posts with design team projects, intro videos, and giveaways!

Daily Giveaway

We already have seven places you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!
Veggie Happy, Veggie Happy Add-On & Little Farm Fence Border post!
Give It a Whirl post!
Kanga-rrific, Kanga-rrific Add-On & Kanga-rrific Baby Sentiment Add-On post!
Happy Couples & Best Wishes Line Border post!
Rainbow Ever After & Carrot Treat Box post!
Build-A-Greenhouse post!
AND today’s post too!


Today is our showcase of Carrot ’bout You & Carrot ’bout You Banner Add-On and their coordinating dies! These cute cottontails are speeding on their way to the carrot patch! Hitch the carrot cars to a wagon filled with Easter eggs, a bounty of carrots, or a bouquet of tulips. The punny little sentiments in this set fit inside the sign for a cute way to customize your card. For more cute sentiments (and a super fun banner) combine this set with Carrot ‘bout You Banner Add-On!

Design Team Inspiration

The design team has made the most amazing samples! We also have a video at the end showcasing creative ways to use these new sets! Remember to click on the person’s name to see all of the details and then leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love!

Elise created a fun little road for the carrot cars, and it looks so adorable! She used the Simple Road Border and Simple Grassy Hillsides to make the road, then she added clouds with Cloud Background: Landscape Hot Foil Plate for some shine in the background!

Elena‘s adorable card sends a sweet message with Carrot ’bout You and Carrot ’bout You Banner Add-On! She also used cute images from Veggie Happy and Veggie Happy Add-On!

Caly‘s bright design makes me so happy! The cute Carrot ’bout You and Carrot ’bout You Banner Add-On sets look so cute with Giant Happy Spring!

Grace used the pretty Rainbow Ever After papers to create a thank you card that is so special! Giant Thank You sends a thankful greeting accompanied by Carrot ’bout You!

Celebrate all the fun of Spring with Megan‘s delightful design! I love how she “planted” the row of carrots in a Stitched Wavy Border along with the cute bunnies from Hay There, Hayrides Bunny Add-On! So adorable!

Audrey‘s design is so pretty with the combination of Rainbow Ever After papers and the bold Road Border! She filled the Carrot ’bout You wagon with decorated eggs, carrots and the cutest little bunny to send a Giant Happy Easter greeting!

Latisha‘s Carrot ’bout You design is so sweet with a simple stenciled background!

Marine created a “Spring festival” scene that is so fun and full of Carrot ’bout You activity! She filled the background with flowery trees from Tree Before ‘n Afters and also stenciled a grass border.

Tammy created a Giant Happy Easter design that is “so eggciting”! I love the pink greeting on the pink Thumbelina paper background. And of course, the Carrot ’bout You critters, carrot car and wagon are so charming!

Lynnette sends Giant Happy Spring greetings with cute and flowery Carrot ’bout You images!

Melissa S created another charming double scrapbook page with Rainbow Ever After as an accent. And the Carrot ’bout You cuties she added as embellishments are just so perfect for the Easter theme!

It’s so much fun to add cute, stamped images to scrapbook pages! And this carrot car is just so cute!

The bunny in a pile of colorful eggs is so adorable! Melissa included the date on her layout using Plan on It: Calendar and it looks so sweet.

Intro Video

And now here’s a video to introduce Carrot ’bout You & Carrot ’bout You Banner Add-On! We will share lots of ideas and inspiration while making four of the cutest cards! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thank you so much for watching!

And there’s also a bonus Video Premiere TODAY, Wednesday February 21 at 4PM PT / 7PM ET, don’t miss it!

Giveaway Time

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Carrot ’bout You & Carrot ’bout You Banner Add-On! Tomorrow we will announce our giveaway winners, woohoo! But for now, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us about your Easter and/or Spring traditions by February 21st at 5:00pm ET. We will randomly pick one winner for this set! (If you already own this set and win, you can choose another set!) Make sure to come back tomorrow, Thursday, February 22nd for our release reveal and winner announcement!

Thank you so much for all of your excitement for our inspiration week! We love your comments, tweets, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube messages so much! Every one puts a big smile on our faces! We think Lawn Fawn fans are the best in the world. We love you guys!


Spring 2024 Release Products will be available on February 22nd!
Carrot ’bout You & Carrot ’bout You Banner Add-On

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327 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Carrot ’bout You & Carrot ’bout You Banner Add-On

  1. The best thing is the easter egg hunt on Easter morning. We’re in our forever house now and it’s soooo fun to watch the kids hunt for the eggs.

  2. Easter egg chocolate hunt in my grandmother’s garden when I was a kid. Now, I’m making a chocolate egg myself every year.

  3. One of our traditions is to go visit the neighbours and family, and exchange an egg or two (the decorated ones) with them. All of this in the span of couple of days 🐣🥚

  4. We don’t do much now for Easter. When my children were little, we would go to a friend’s house and do an egg hunt. Of course, we still enjoy the candies!

  5. In recent years our tradition has been to go to an Easter sunrise service at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC (we live in Northern Virginia, so it’s really handy). For an Easter treat, I make shortbread cookies dipped in chocolate in the shapes of bunnies, chicks and carrots. I’m so looking forward to playing with these cute bunnies and their little bunny cars!!

  6. When my mum was alive we always got together if we hadn’t gone away for a big family roast on Easter Sunday, now we have grandchildren we have started an Easter egg hunt

  7. SQUEAL!! This Release is AMAZING!! We LOVE to Decorate Easter Eggs and Sugar Cookies to leave for the Easter Bunny!! It’s such a SPECAL time with the Family making memories and spending time together!!

  8. wonderful release! we have all our children and grandchildren over for the day, starting with an egg hunt in the yard and lots of food thoughout the day

  9. My husband and I don’t really do anything special for Easter. I’ll probably spend the time crafting and making more cards!!

  10. My family enjoys getting together and celebrating Easter with lots of good food and lots of laughter! Super cute new sets!!

  11. Every spring I host a luncheon for locally based folks from my state in India, especially for newer members of the community to remind everyone that we are always there for each other.

  12. I grew up in Sweden where there is a tradition for the children to go door to door dressed as little “Easter witches” and giving Easter cards or something similar in exchange for some sweets. They’re always very adorable ❤️

  13. My spring tradition is starting our seeds for the garden. It is exciting to have our garden and container gardens to watch it grow and then preserve our food. Spring is the kick off season for this tradition.

  14. So thrilled for the release & for Easter, my college freshman will be home!!! We will still die eggs and hide my daughters basket (she loves to have her basket filled with goodies!) Everyone loves to eat the Easter candy!

  15. We have always gotten together with extended family for Easter egg hunt. My grandma started the tradition and now my mom has taken over. The eggs are colored with onion skins —the old fashion eats.

  16. My kids still wants to do an Egg hunt so that´s one of our tradition. The other one is that we always eat a meat fondue. It´s really yummy and fun way to cook your food. Best thing is it take time, time you spend together with your loved ones.

  17. We use to do a HUGE family reunion with cousins of the third degree for an egg hunt on church grounds and have a potluck. Long gone are those traditions and most of the family members. :/

  18. This set is just the cutest!

    Usually all the family gatheres in our house over easter. The night before easter sunday we usually do a bonfire in the garden – you have to get rid of those christmas trees somehow after all – then on easter sunday we do an egghunt for the children in our garden and then have a day long brunch with lots of laughter, fun, talking and family time.

  19. We used to have more Easter traditions when my daughter was young, now I just make all kinds of Easter treats and give them away 🙂

  20. How can I resist bunnies in a carrot car?? How adorable! Easter egg hunts have always been our favorite Easter tradition.

  21. I’ll share our family tradition I grew up with and continued with my own family.
    My brother and I colored eggs. We used the clear wax crayon that came with the dyes to write everyone’s names on an egg.
    When we woke up Easter morning the Easter Bunny brought us treats in our baskets. We went to church with our grandparents.
    After church they came to our home for dinner. Mom and Dad hid the eggs in the backyard. My grandparents, brother and I looked for the eggs. We did this over and over.
    When we had children, we did the same thing with my parents, their aunt. Now they’re grown with their own kids. 🥰

  22. Omg what a cute set and sooooo many adorable DT inspirations.♥ Many thanks for sharing.♥
    From mid-February we decorate our home with Tulips and other spring flowers and we plant many flowers and tomatos at our balcony. At Easter we spent time with the family and many good food.

  23. We’ve not done a lot of the traditional Easter activities, like the egghunt, etc., since the kids were little. To tell the truth, it was a lot of work, but I miss the fun. We still gather the extended family for a meal and exchange baskets, and that’s always lots of fun.

  24. We attend church on Easter morning and have a family lunch. I still do Easter baskets for my boys, even though they are older now.

  25. Easter traditions: church, cake in the shape of a lamb, egg hunt, and baskets. It’s a wonderful time and I love the spring weather.

  26. Back in the day we celebrated with the traditional egg hunt. Kid are all grown now, grandkids are all grown so I remember only the memories.

  27. We don’t really have any Easter traditions, but once Spring comes around, we always decorate with a couple of fresh bouquets of tulips.

  28. Now that my boys are grown and have families of their own I don’t have the Easter tradition that I use to, it was always church and then a big meal at my house. But my favorite spring tradition is putting the dock in at my house as I live on a lake. It is always so exciting to have open water here in northern MN and to know summer weather and fun is on its way!

  29. I love this carrot car – so sweet. Easter Egg hunts and hiding Easter baskets were traditions when our boys were growing up. We continued the Easter Egg hunts as the grandkids kept arriving. They always enjoyed that so much, they continued to play Easter Egg hunts for weeks afterwards.

  30. My favorite Easter traditions are all about the food. My husband usually makes some orange flavored bunny buns that are really cute and yummy. He also makes a super cute and very yummy coconut cake, decorated with peeps and the candy robin eggs.

  31. One of my Easter traditions is to make my grandson a pysanky egg. He has amassed a large collection over the years.

  32. When my daughter was younger, we would color eggs and I would hide them around the house for her to find on Easter morning. Now that she is grown up, we are taking a girls trip with my mother to Florida in early April…can’t wait!!!

  33. Our spring time tradition was spring cleaning I just love the smell of Murphys on the wood work but we just moved into our new home in November so it’s still pretty clean looking forward to just enjoying the warm weather.

  34. Not many traditions anymore…when my girls were young we used to dye eggs. I love Spring and usually try to decorate a bit to brighten up the kitchen. Fun cards and scrapbook pages today!

  35. Our Easter tradition is that after our son has found all the eggs the Easter Bunny has left for him in the garden, he’ll hide them again for us to find. Those eggs are hidden and found multiple times over the day!

  36. We do a big egg hunt with money eggs for our grandkids. There’s always a “golden egg” with a big amount! They love it. I just adore this little carrot car!!

  37. Those carrot cars are too cute! When my boys were little, we’d have a fun egg hunt for them and then crack confetti eggs on each other’s heads! It was so fun!

  38. Love the little carrot cars with bunnies!! They remind me of Richard Scary books from when I was young. Easter egg hunts and jellybeans are our holiday traditions.

  39. This set is adorable! I cannot wait to combine it with Hay There Hayrides! We used to dye eggs at my grandmas house on Good Friday and then on Easter Sunday everyone would go to church together and then come over for lunch and an Easter Egg hunt!

  40. Planting the garden and decorating for Easter are things we do every Spring. Thanks for all the great new stamps and dies. 😊♥️

  41. That carrot car is so adorable! There are so many fun things you can do with this set! My family loves to decorate eggs, do Easter egg hunts and Easter baskets! We also attend our Easter service at church!

    1. We’d get up super duper early and go to sun rise service and then of course we’d have an Easter egg hunt and get a basket full of treats!

  42. I am already planting flowers in my backyard for our yearly Easter egg hunt for the grandkids, grandnieces, and grandnephews

  43. Super cute carrot mobiles!!! We have a giant family and we all get together and eat…then its game time. You and your partner, get 1 raw egg. Standing front of each other, tossing the egg back and forth…then step back, toss again, step back…so much fun! You’d be surprised on how far they can be from one another before the egg breaks! Pro tip: remove rings!!!

    1. I always enjoyed putting the kid’s Easter buckets together (plus my husband’s) and filling lots of plastic eggs for the egg hunt.

  44. For us my kids are older teens so I just like to make an Easter basket in their baskets from when they were little and make a yummy brunch after Church.

  45. Sooo cute!! I love the carrot car!!!
    For Easter, I assemble Easter baskets for my kids and husband. When the kids were much younger, we hid eggs around the house for the kids to find in the morning.

  46. When my boys were little we would do an Easter egg trail to their Easter baskets. Now that they’re grown its more about spending the time with each other as a family.

  47. When our kids were younger, we always did an Easter egg hunt at Pop-Pop’s house… he would always hide one golden egg that had cash inside so there was also a competition between the grandkids on who could find the golden egg.

  48. We don’t have too many Easter or Spring traditions but we do live if we can get up to the Skagit Valley (Washington State) to see the daffodils or tulips in bloom…it is always breathtaking to see fields full of blooming color.

  49. My Easter/Spring traditions vary depending on who’s hosting. But there is always an egg hunt for the littles and for the grown ups!

  50. 30 years ago I made Easter socks to replace the mounting Easter baskets. I’ve left them just as they are and I love pulling them out every year.

  51. Easter egg hunts and Easter mass were traditions that embodied Easter. Sometimes a good ham dinner when family available to gather is also a nice Easter tradition we would do

    There is nothing cuter tha that carrot-mobile!

  52. We get together as a family for a picnic on Saturday. I love this time spent visiting and rolling Easter eggs down a hill.

  53. Our spring tradition is to go to our favorite garden center, splurge on plants, and then fill containers for our home! There’s nothing like being outside on a sunny day surrounded by flowers and then creating our own little city gardens!!

  54. Decorating the house, having egg hunts and giving Easter baskets with treats is a tradition at our house.Love the carrot-mobile!

  55. I hide Easter baskets for the kids (even though they are older now) and we usually go out for brunch. It is great to relax with the family.

  56. Our biggest spring tradition is working on our spring cleaning! Sounds boring but nice time to declutter after being so cozy all winter long. 🙂

  57. My favorite Easter tradition is probably the egg hunt! It’s always a fun time to watch the littles find the eggs, and hiding them is fun too!

  58. Now that the granddaughter is an adult and there
    are no other children in the family – there really
    isn’t any traditions for our family. Everybody
    does their own thing. Love the release.
    thanks for sharing.

  59. Love these ideas!
    Easter we go to church as a family and I make a lunch and we celebrate together. Kids are never too old to open up Easter Baskets! 😉

  60. My family goes to church and then we go back to my parents for Easter Dinner. When we were younger, we used to have an Easter Egg hunt outside weather permitting.

  61. Such a cute set!! We still do an egg hunt even though the youngest is 18- the hiding places have gotten tricker!! We also enjoy coloring eggs & are grateful for the time together 🙂

  62. Our Easter tradition is going to El Torito for Easter Brunch. And since the grandkids came on the scene, I craft a whole bunch of adorable things to decorate a table and the area, their baskets, goody bags, etc. They get ripped open immediately, but I want them to know that I love them and try to make life fun and cute 🙂

  63. We make a big deal of the Easter egg hunt. Our chocolates are placed in plastic sour cream containers with Each person’s name including my 84 year old parents. The hunt is always outside even in the snow. It’s fair game to move other’s baskets to different places.

  64. We always visit a beautiful greenhouse to chase away the winter gloom and give us a preview of spring before it happens outside.

  65. My husband use to hide dyed eggs and candy in the backyard when our kids were young. Now we don’t really have any spring traditions.

  66. I don’t have any now but as a child my favourite Easter tradition was getting a new skipping rope. Simple pleasures!

  67. I don’t really have an traditions, with the exception of ceremoniously hanging my handmade Spring banner.

    I just have no words for how cute this stamp set is 😍😍🥰

  68. Some of the pastor’s we have had would decorate the church sanctuary with big beautiful butterfly balloons on Easter morning. Now, when I can find one, I buy a big, beautiful butterfly balloon for Easter.

  69. Wowweee. I love these bunnies in their cars! Vroom, vroom! My favorite Easter treat is Peeps. Okay, I know people either love them or hate them, but to me, they’re a touchstone to a simpler time: one with lots and lots of candy, when candy meant happiness.

    My favorite Springtime activity is stocking up on Peeps. (I always hide some for myself in the glove compartment of my car.) Hubs pretends he doesn’t see them. The hidden treats give me something to look forward to whenever I’m stuck waiting in the car!

  70. We love to go see the tulips, and celebrate Easter with church and Easter baskets for the “kids”. The oldest is 21. 😂

  71. We spend the Sat morning, day before Easter, doing an egg hunt for the grands. They love getting together and having fun!

  72. The carrot cars are so adorable! Charming creations with these newest designs!
    The thing I think of the most about Easter traditions in my family is remembering the fabulous Easter baskets my Mom used to create! She loved all the holidays and had such a talent for decorating, and she loved doing it so much!

  73. I make Easter gifts for my grand babies. They love getting their own letters (the cards I make them). This set is perfect for that!

  74. We don’t really have any Easter or Spring traditions. I enjoy Spring because it’s when I can begin to buy from the farmer’s market again though.

  75. As a kid we always received a HUGE basket filled with candy, wore brand new clothes to church service, and finished the day with a family dinner and egg hunt. It was always a special day.

  76. I think I was the most excited for this set! It is adorable! For easter we usually have a family dinner. When we were little we would have an easter basket to open and do an easter egg hunt.

  77. I don’t actually have any real spring or Easter traditions other than being exhausted (teacher and allergies)

  78. Colouring Easter eggs as a child, then with my kids and now grandchildren. I have already been asked about colouring eggs this year.

  79. My birthday is the end of March so I usually do a spring basket as birthday favors for my kids instead. Then we dye eggs a few weeks later.

  80. Our tradition is having our grandson do his egg hunt with his bunny basket then family dinner together. Lots of fun and laughter. Best Easter ever

  81. I usually hide candy for the kid and sometimes beer for the husband! It’s hilarious watching them both scour the house. 😀

  82. The carrot car! I love it. So cute. Traditional Easter/Spring things. Does buying the mini Reese’s and eating them all before the grandkids find them count?

  83. The whole family goes to an Easter Brunch and we have our own room at the Smithville Inn, a little historic village with shops and cobblestone paths. Very nice to all be together.

  84. When I was a kid – hunting for eggs and a basket. Now that I’m an adult – dressing up my pups as a chick and a bunny. Super cute release, can’t wait!

  85. Spring always means spring planting and time out in the garden for me. I also still dye Easter eggs even though I am an adult. It’s fun!

  86. Elise’s card with the Carrot Cars is so cute.The row of flowers at the bottom adds a pretty touch of color. Elena’s card with the Carrot Car and “I carrot ’bout you” above the carrot garden is perfect for friends. Caly’s Spring card is just adorable with the bunny pulling a wagon full of little carrots and the Bunny in the car below with the “Hooray!” banner. Grace’s Thank You card makes me smile when I see the cute little Bunny leaning inside inside the “O” with it’s carrot while watching a Wagon of carrots go by being pulled by a Bunny friend in a Carrot Car. Megan’s card with the patterned paper background and clouds is fun. I like the cars driving up the stitched hillside while looking down at the cute Garden scene below of Bunnies and carrots. Little designs are so cute to add to cards. I love how Audrey added the Road for her Carrot Car to drive her Wagon full of Easter surprises to someone special. The new papers are so pretty. Latisha’s CAS card is so pretty with the vibrant colors of the Bunny in the Carrot Car pulling the Wagon with the flowers against the blended blue clouds. Marine created such an entertaining scene. The Bunny in the Carrot Car is the center with so much cuteness surrounding it. There’s a lot of Springtime in her fabulous card. Tammy’s Happy Easter card with the new paper is so pretty. I love all the eggs in the Wagon. I wonder if they’re on the way to an Easter Egg Hunt? Lynette’s Happy Spring card is bursting with Spring fun. The Carrot Cars, Bunnies, flowers and hearts are perfect. Melissa’s scrapbook page looks great using the new 12×12 paper. The Carrot Car, Bunny and Eggs and Wagon and Carrots draws you into the pictures. Rebecca’s Happy Easter card is perfect for a child’s Easter Basket. The Bunnies are bringing wagons full of surprises. Elena’s Give It A Whirl card is so fun to watch it transform from the Wagon full of carrots to the cute scene of the Bunny in the Carrot Car pulling up carrots. I love Chari’s creative use of the new papers on her card and having the Bunny, Carrot Car and Wagon go up at the diagonal. Chari’s second card is adorable using the new paper and carrot tops to create the banners. The Little Carrot Car is irresistible in pink.Thank you to all the Design Team Members for your beautiful designs!

  87. Since Easter is in March this year the weather where I live will probably still feel like winter – not very conducive to an Easter egg hunt in the backyard! We do like to gather for a family dinner though so it doesn’t matter what the weather is like!

  88. We go to church Easter morning and later hide filled plastic eggs for our grandchildren. When they empty the eggs, they want us to hide them again… and again… and again…

  89. In Sweden we love our ”smörgåsbord” and we eat them on Easter with our family. We also give away Paper eggs filled with Easter candy.

  90. My grandmother used to blow out egg shells and fill with confetti and give everyone 5 eggs and we would have a confetti egg fight…it was amazing!! Now you can buy them already filled!

  91. Our tradition is a cocktail with baileys and cadbury creme eggs for Easter. Cadbury eggs were the only craving I had while pregnant with my son. Loved those things and bought bunches and froze them so I wouldn’t run out.

  92. I love Springtime and flowers! Springtime is a time for rebirth and a time to get together with families and rekindle family relations!

  93. During Easter, all the children in my family have to prepare nests out of grass, in which the Hare then leaves small gifts. 🙂

  94. Easter traditions are different now that my daughter is older. We just kind of wing it. Otherwise it use to be the egg hunts and the cousin gatherings and the weird uncle wearing the Easter Bunny Costume (and one year an aunt cause the uncles were also creeped out)! LOL! Such a cute set, clever – carrot car! Brilliant and cute and need!

  95. Love these adorable carrot-cars. They are so cute! Our easter tradition is the egg hunt and family visits! Looking forward to it.

  96. We dye Easter eggs with the granddaughters and hide eggs for the kids filled with quarters. We have been known to hide them 2 or 3 times! They love it!

  97. We had indoor egg hunts when our son’s were little, then late lunch at grandma’s with extended family…we still do lunch.

  98. I think this is the set I’m most excited about! We don’t celebrate Easter so don’t have any traditions but still look forward to some Easter hunts at our families house 🏡

  99. We have a big party for our family and book a huge roast dinner (vegetarian so includes lots of carrots which suits this post very well ☺️)

  100. I love the carrot car so much!!
    my favourite spring tradition is going on walks with my grandma as soon as the weather is getting warmer!

  101. I moved to a new place recently so I look forward to seeing all the beautiful daffodils, tulips, and other flowers people planted! For Easter, I love a nice picnic. We’ll see if the weather cooperates! I remember Easters, wearing a pretty new dress and having to hide it under a jacket because it was cold!

  102. No special Easter or Spring traditions, but there is something so special about going to church on Easter Sunday and celebrating with the church family.

  103. We do not have any special Easter or Spring traditions other than putting out my spring and Easter decor. I still have my first Easter basket given to me 60+ years ago. What a great release… favorite is the little carrot cars and all the washi tape.

  104. I usually hide eggs for my nieces and nephews. This year I am doing an adult Easter egg hunt in the dark. They will get one flashlight and a basket. There will be prizes and money! I’m so excited!

  105. This is such an adorable set. My kids are grown and have moved far away so I guess my husband and I will be making new traditions this year.

  106. I don’t have easter and spring traditions! But now my nieces are bigger i might make some bunny : egg crafts for her to do! 😍

  107. When my kids were little, their great grandmother loved to take the family to Easter Brunch! They had an Easter egg hunt outside and we have photos of the kids in their Sunday best with baskets and bonnets!

  108. I make little goodie bags and we always have “red beet eggs” or pickled eggs. I love deviled eggs but I like it better when someone else makes them LOL. I love to make Spring cards, too. These new LF goodies will be super for goodie bags and spring cards. I usually use a more religious theme for Easter itself.

    All the new items are SO GREAT! Thanks to all the DT members for all the excellent – er, eggcelent – motivation and inspiration!
    Lori S in PA

  109. It’s only my husband & me for Easter dinner. I still make an Easter basket, which he enjoys! 🐰💗🐤

  110. My kids (almost in their 20s) still like to get their easter egg decorating done…….we have so much fun with different techniques, whether it be with dye or kool-aid or even silk ties.

  111. Easter always feel like start of spring.. then if it’s an early or late Easter, well that doesn’t matter to me. Lamb steak, lots of sweets, enjoying couple of extra days off work…

  112. Traditions for Easter include having pierogies (nonmeat, cheese & potato dumplings) day before Easter and traditional ham for Easter dinner. I colored plastic eggs using alcohol ink & attended an event on Ukranian Easter Egg designing.
    “SunshineHoneyBee ​”

  113. For Easter my daughter and I make fun cutout cookies – like frosted Christmas cutouts but for Easter in pretty pastel colors. It’s my favorite thing!

  114. Oh I just eat too much chocolate at Easter LOL. Spring is my favourite month, not too cold and not too hot. Prepares me for the scorching heat of summer!

  115. We have an Easter lunch with the whole family after church and my children, even though teenagers, still love a good Easter egg hunt.

  116. I host the family for Easter Lunch, we play games and give Easter gifts/baskets to the children. I also make, party favors to decorate the table and fill them with Easter chocolates. Planning to use “Carrot ’bout You” stamps/dies this year!

  117. We don’t have a lot of traditions, we decorate for spring/Easter, and celebrate Easter dinner with family. We used to do Easter egg hunts when our kids where younger.

  118. This might be my favorite stamp set ever! Until next release 🤣 we usually to to my in laws with all the family for dinner and games. We all like to play left right center.

  119. Our Easter tradition is to color eggs the night before, and in the morning, go to Mass. When we get home and everyone is changing clothes, my husband hides the eggs for the grandkids to find.
    Spring, is getting the yard ready for flowers and tomato plants,

  120. Now that our kids are grown we don’t have many Easter traditions that we follow anymore. Our girls used to love decorating eggs and putting their baskets out for the Easter bunny to fill with goodies.

  121. The Easter bunny comes on Saturday at our house. That changed after my youngest daughter ate an entire chocolate bunny one year and bounced off the pews at church. LOL

  122. Adorable cards! I don’t have an Easter tradition. When the the grandkids were young, we always went to church then had an Easter egg hunt.

  123. We have always hid the kids Easter baskets, the hiding spots get harder the older they get. Love those cute little bunnies!

  124. I love the carrot car, so cute! Our spring traditions is to go to church and have a family dinner in the afternoon!

  125. We always did an Easter egg hunt with the kids. Now they are older and they still look forward to getting an Easter basket with their favorite candies.

  126. Absolutely love the carrot banner! I don’t use my triangle banner enough. I love how the banners are easy and make a nice embellishment.

  127. Traditions include dyeing and decorating hard boiled eggs for dinner and having an Easter egg hunt for their candy. I don’t worry about lopsided results because they can only collect eggs in their favorite color – blue or green!

  128. i always enjoyed coloring Easter eggs, first when I was younger, then we colored eggs with my two daughters and then with my grandchildren. Now it seems everyone is getting to old for it, so now we just get together for a nice Easter Dinner.

  129. When my son was little, the Easter bunny always brought him the “Pit Stop Pete” chocolate bunny……haven’t seen one in years… I’ll be able to make him a pit stop Pete card!!!!!

  130. Super cute projects!
    When my son was younger Easter bunny would always leave a trail of eggs from his bedroom door to the backyard

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