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Mary is the co-author of The Grandparent Connection: 365 Ways to Connect With Your Grandchild's Heart.
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Friday, April 18, 2014

Easter place cards, coloring pages, and trivia

Friday's Grand Connection Fun 

For the past couple of years, our grandchildren have had a lot of fun making place cards for holiday family meals. This year I'm going to ask our young grandchildren to write the names of each guest on plastic eggs, and then decorate them with stickers and washable markers.

Of course, older grandchilden might want to actually dye eggs and paint names and designs on them.

Do you or your grandchildren make Easter place holders/cards? Do you have any tips for us?

I searched for Easter ideas on the Internet and found an abundance of tips. Hope that you find one that you can use:

Edible Nest Place Card Holders

Easter Place Cards

Peeps “Easter Place Card”

Easter Bunny Place Card Holder

Easter Basket Design Place Card

Cross coloring page

Three Easter Eggs Coloring Page

Easter Bunny Coloring Page and Connect the Dots

Have a wonderful Easter!

He is risen,

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Anonymous said...

You sure brought back memories. Every Friday night my mother and dad made homemade bread and cinnamon rolls to last our family of eight for the next week. I can still smell those cinnamon rolls when I awakened on Saturday mornings. - Rita

Mary May Larmoyeux said...

Homemade bread and cinnamon rolls every Friday night -- ummmmm -- makes me hungry!

Anonymous said...

Love the Easter nest place cards best. They are all so pretty. Next year! -- R

Anonymous said...

Mary, Your ideas are unique and just precious. Have a wonderful Easter. -- Rita