Sunday, March 28, 2021

Easy DIY Wonderful Halos Easter Crafts! #Easter @halosfun #Sponsored

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Are you looking for a couple fun Easter crafts that double as a treat to make with your kids? These Wonderful Halos Easter crafts are perfect to make for some Easter decorations.

For this project we were sent supplies from Wonderful Halos which included their Halos mandarin orange and lots of other materials for both the crafts. If you don't have these exact materials, I am sure can improvise with similar items.

Get the instructions and supply list here for the Easter Buddy project and click here for the template to trace onto construction or craft paper.

Find the Easter Bunny Pouch instructions and supply list here on Wonderful Halos website. My nieces did deviate a bit from the instructions and used the fabric to make bunny ears on their Halos because they wanted to get creative!

Wonderful Halos are an excellent source of Vitamin C. One serving (two medium mandarins) contains 50% of the recommended daily value. Halos are also a great source of fiber and provide a natural energy boost. Use their store locator here to find them near you.

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