I love getting crafty and even more so when it comes to spring and Easter time.  I have so many mason jars that I love to change it up at times.  So I thought it would be a great time to share with you some wonderful Easter Mason Jar ideas with you that I think you will love.  While some are great for Easter you can change the colours and use them for any time of the year.


I do sure hope you have some fun checking these out and making them.  Just click on the blog name to get the full tutorials to make them.



Bunny Granola

I love granola, it’s such a great cereal especially when you make it yourself. How cute would it be making this one for Easter?

Easter mason jars

Found on Yesterday on Tuesday



Painted Easter Bunny Jars

These jars are so cute. They would also be perfect for a baby shower or a child’s bedroom any time of the year!

Easter bunny jars

Found on Make Life Lovely


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Decoupage Mason Jars

I adore these lovely mason jars with birds and plants.  While I have these listed for Easter they really could be used at any time of he year.  Think this will be my next make project!

mason jars


Found on Shelly Hickox 



Bunny Luminary Jars

These would be great in a variety of colours depending on what your decor is.  You can certainly get creative with your colours.


bunny jars


Found on Create Craft Love



Easter Gift Jars

Rather buying a ready made Easter egg why not make these stunning fun and delicious Easter Gift Jars?

Easter bunny jar gift

Found on the Idea Room



Mason Jar Easter Basket

These jars are so cute and you can add whatever chocolate you like from M&Ms to Maltesers – the choice is endless!


Easter gifts mason jars

Found on Nest of Posies



Bird’s Nest Mason Jar Cupcakes

Wow, I adore these.  It has absolutely nothing to do with the fact I love cup cakes – no not at all!

birds nest cup cakes


Found on At The Picket Fence



Spray Painted Mason Jars

These jars are a lovely addition to your decor, you can add flowers or any kind of succulent. You can also use paint that would compliment your decor.


Mason jars


Found on The CSI Project



I just love Easter.  It’s a time that signals the start of spring and when we can legimately sit and eat as much chocolate as we want!  It’s also a time to get the baking utensils out again and start baking those wonderful delicious Easter treats.  I love all the new Spring colours that herald the arrival of spring from pastel pink to sunshine yellow.  Below I’ve pulled together some wonderful easy Easter recipes that you will love.


You can make these just for yourself or for family and friends as an alternative to an Easter egg.  Whatever you decide to do I hope you enjoy it and have fun making it.  I hope you enjoy.




Meringue Pops

Easter desserts

Recipe by Women’s Day

Dipped Easter Egg Treats

dipped Easter Eggs

Recipe by Mom Luck

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Marshmallow Wands

Easter treats

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Easter Egg Cookies

Easter treats

Recipe by Ahead of Thyme


Skinny Easter Egg Cake Balls


Easter Egg cake


Recipe by Skinny Taste



Easter No Bake Mini Cheesecake

Easter mini cheesecake

Recipe by Sugar Hero





Looking for some dessert inspiration for Easter? Look no further as these easy Easter dessert recipes will have your guests wanting more! #Easter #recipe #easyrecipe #Easterrecipe



I am a fan of chocolate.  I am a chocolate fan!  There is no escaping it at Easter time but for me every day needs to have some chocolate in it!  I am also a huge fan of good chocolate.  There are days when I nibble just one square of good quality chocolate rather than mass-market bars.  The good stuff is well worth it.  In fact sales of artisan chocolate are going through the roof at the moment.  So what better time than to share with you some of the best artisan chocolates out there?



Craft Chocolate


First up is Hotel Chocolat.  They make quality chocolates and are an ideal place to get your hands on some unique chocolate gifts.  Their little Me Boxes are fantastic, you can buy one each week and nibble on a piece each day!  Of course they now have cafe’s too.  What’s not to love about having a coffee and chocolate?  Divine!


I couldn’t talk about artisan chocolate and not include a local company here in Northern Ireland – Co Couture.  Co Couture won 3 Gold Stars in the Great Taste Awards 2008.  They are based in Belfast and make luxourious chocolates in small batches using the finest raw ingredients.  You will most certainly get pleasure out of every single bite of their fresh chocolates.


Another alternative is to make your own Craft Chocolate where you can control your own ingredients.  Never mind craft beer or craft coffee.  Craft Chocolate is where it’s at.  Aficionados of all things chocolate will be in their element making chocolate by your own hand drawing upon the flavours of your favourite chocolates!


The Grown-up Chocolate Company make the most dedidant and indulgent chocolates.  They make high quality versions of chocolate bars and allow you to invent your own! You can select a base and add your own ingredients from a list of 70!  They are then sent directly to your door.



No matter what chocolate you buy I would encourage you to buy artisan or craft chocolate.  This has been lovingly made by local Chocolatiers and only the best ingredients are used.  Whether you opt for a long established business such as Hotel Chocolat, a local Chocolatier or craft chocolate yourself, support handmade artisan chocolate makers.  You are supporting a generation of imaginative thinkers and makers.



I enjoy my chocolate and love trying new artisan chocolate and hope that the above ideas will inspire you to go try for yourself too.  It is unfair of me to pick out a favourite as they are all delicious using world class ingredients which according to recent studies are good for you!

Chocolates are a classic present for Christmas, Birthdays or a treat for yourself.  So never mind picking up a box of chocolates from the petrol station, take time and search for the best artisan or craft chocolate the UK has to offer. Are there any other artisan or craft chocoltiers worth checking out?  I would love to hear from you.  After all I love the delight at finding a new bar of chocolate to try!