A few weeks before easter I decided that I really wanted to do something fun and simple for my daughter to celebrate Easter. She is at the age where everything is new and exciting so I came to the conclusion an Easter egg hunt would be a blast for her. I set a budget of $20 including the food and easter egg fillers. I still can't believe it but I came within my budget and the party came out perfect. I do have to say this most of the easter decorations used I already owened so it did help a lot with sticking to the budget. I decided to use my daughters play log cabin and turn it into the Easter bunnies house by putting a fun whimsical planter with pinwheels and grass by the front door, I also put a little vase inside with a giant daisy and to add a little extra I strong a few plastic carrots (like drying meat) and hung them from the roof. I made a little pathway that lead from the treat table to the Easter bunnies house using foam daisies on a stick and pinwheels from the Dollar Tree. For the treat table I went simple. I had sugar cookies that the girls helped decorate, marshmallow ropes from the Dollar Tree, bunny bait, cupakes and Easter bunny Triffle which was rice crispy treats,peeps and spring oreos, we also had chocolate dipped marshmallow which according to my daughter are the Easter bunnies favorite food so I had to make them. I used a free subway art print from My Paper lily also on the table. All other paper products including the banner where hand made by me. This party was such a blast for all the kids that attended and the adults.