Carrot & Coriander Soup
A hearty soup and lovely lunch.
You might not usually go all out to decorate the table at Easter time, but this year might be the right time to perfect your napkin folding and other decorating skills. Here’s a few ideas on how to brighten up dinner time.
Starting with a more straightforward round of napkin folding, you can use this one to hold some Easter eggs or flowers. Just leave the water out!
Find the tutorial over on Living Locurto:
If you hop to it now, you’ve got time to sew a few of these adorable Easter chicks and bunnies. They’re a great way to use up odds and ends of fabric, or even upcycle old clean tea towels or clothes.
Find the patterns and instructions on the Prima website here.
Mark everyone’s seat with an egg that’s got its party hat on. Easy to make, and if you blow the egg contents out first (instructions here, just in case you’ve forgotten), then you’ll have eggs for breakfast and decorations for lunch.
Simple tutorial for these adorable decorations over on the Flax & Twine website
This one seems perfect for a family challenge. Follow along with the video on YouTube and see who can get the best ears.
Apparently these are quite the thing this year. Of course you could order some, or if you’re quite a crafty family, then here’s a no-sew tutorial to make your own. It would allow everyone in the family to have a personalised version or at least one they’ve made themselves.
Try it now with the tutorial from The Inspired Workshop