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diy easter cakes

Easter is very near now and it is high time to think about what to cook for your Easter lunch or dinner. Today we’re sharing some awesome DIY Easter cakes that will delight both kids and adults. I think cakes like this are a must for Easter. Read these recipes and choose yours!

With a rich lemon cake and some strawberry filling, this cake corresponds to total rabbit nirvana. I’m not joking like that! But be careful, this baby will take some time to prepare. You will love these bunny ears and your kids will be delighted too!

What can be more Easter-like than carrots? They are eaten by rabbits and can also be used for a cake. This carrot cake has a creamy frosting and is topped with some almond leaves. Looks delicious, read the recipe!

When it comes to Easter, the first thing that comes to mind is a traditional Russian Easter bread – kulich. This is a fresh take on traditional Russian bread, a carrot cake with white chocolate icing and milk chocolate nests.

A classic Italian cream cake gets a fun makeover for Easter, with a layer of toasted coconut and a handful of colorful chocolate eggs in the middle! It’s an Italian cream cake bundle covered with 5 minute frosting and a mountain of toasted coconut filled with small chocolate eggs in the middle.

This hazelnut Easter cake was amazing. The hazelnuts add a lot of texture to this cake and frosting and the Easter eggs on top are just a super fun decoration. This isn’t a smooth buttercream, but it’s amazingly light and fluffy.

A decadent, perfectly flavored, and incredibly moist carrot cake that will take care of all of your baking needs this Easter. It’s vegan and gluten free and 100% delicious and will satisfy a table full of your family and friends with their variety of diets and food restrictions this holiday season.

This cake is similar to a pound cake, but it’s not that filling. It’s lighter because of the lemon and I’ve used ground pistachios in the batter, which also changes the texture a little. It’s tight but light. If that makes any sense. What could be nicer for an Easter brunch?

A super soft and aromatic carrot bundle cake with a sweet glaze; Perfect for an afternoon snack or just because you fancy cake! There is something so warming and comforting about a lightly seasoned, soft and tender carrot cake. Day two always tastes better when those flavors have had time to mingle a bit, which means this is the perfect make-ahead cake before a family get-together!

This adorable Easter Bunny Butt Carrot Cake is an eye-catching and cute Easter centerpiece for your buffet table! Your guests will love a three-dimensional, coconut-coated bunny cake that not only looks amazing, but also tastes fresh and delicious. If you bake a bunny butt cake yourself, you won’t have to stand in line at the busy bakery the day before Easter to pick it up when you have a million things to do at home that day.

Mini coconut pound cake all dressed up for Easter fun! Baked in a mini Bundt pan, topped with a simple coconut-flavored icing and garnished with desiccated coconut and pastel-colored candy eggs. This pound cake recipe is another winner with a wonderful texture, lots of coconut flavor, and an incredible wealth of sour cream.

Do you remember when we told you about pink furniture that is great for decorating a girlish room? Today I want to continue on the feminine decor theme and offer you some pink decorating tutorials to help you brighten up the room, especially if you are not ready for pink furniture. Little pink accents are exactly what you need in such a case. They don't look too much, but enchant your room and create a girlish ambience.

The first tutorial is about a fantastic piece of funfetti cake that is great for both little girls and grown-up girls. Sew the piece of cake as directed, then fill it with the filling of your choice. I assure you there won't be a happier piece in your room and who doesn't love cake?

The next piece is very easy to make, it's a pink breadboard that is great for a girly home office. Punchboards are number one thing for storing on the wall and pinning various photos and pictures. Just paint your breadboard any pink you like, then hang it on the wall.

This work of art consists of an old canvas in spray technique and different pink colors. Quick and easy to create artwork can be created by anyone, even if you're not that good at painting. Here are some words that you can use or change for something that matters to you.

Ombre is very popular with decorations of all kinds, and this pink ombre planter will be a subtle and delicate touch in your room. Just take a tin can and a few paints and do it!

Sparkling pink vases that look like pink frosting are amazing for any girl and don't take much time to make. You will need vases, confetti glitter, and glue, see the source for more detailed instructions.

Another vase tutorial here! Take mason jars and pour some pink paint into them, then add some water and cover the jar in them so that it is a simple pink color. Let dry and decorate with lace or other details of your choice.

Do you love sewing? Make this pink flamingo pillow, it's a cute touch to any girlish room! The craft doesn't require a lot of skill, you just have to draw a flamingo well or take an existing picture from the tutorial, then just take the right pink threads and do the seams as the picture is not big, it won me not need much time .

Summer is the time of fruits and berries. Let's make a bold pink passion fruit pot! The tutorial isn't difficult at all. You will need a pot, some paints and markers, then just follow the painting instructions on the blog.

A gallery wall is a perfect idea for covering a simple wall, but we don't just want to cover, we want a girl to take it over! So print out your pictures, buy or make the same frames and use pink paper as the background for your pictures. You can use different shades of color to create an ombre effect.

Faux sheepskin rugs are very glamorous and you can make them even more enchanting by dyeing them pink. The source has a detailed tutorial on how to do this without spoiling IKEA's artificial sheepskin rug.

The last eye candy for today is a bold pink animal cookie pillow. This eye-catching pink piece is sewn from felt and decorated with small pom-poms that look like confetti. It will amaze both adult and little girls, I assure you!

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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