Edible Easter rainbows
We love the theme of the projects over at Thrive. Mom of six, Nike, lives by a "rock-what-ya-got" approach to crafting fun on a budget. The collection of projects featured on her blog are creative and can be made with things you probably already have around the house!
To make these gorgeous rainbow Jello Easter eggs, you'll need a colorful variety of Jello flavors, an egg mold and a syringe to layer up the colors. These tasty treats are certainly worth the patience when you see the final product — stunning!