Making Easter baskets for your kids can be fun, but if you want to switch up the usual “chocolate bunny in a basket” routine, here are some ideas for a more unconventional Easter basket.
Edible Terrarium – Fill a mason jar with a layer of chocolate rocks, then edible grass, candy eggs and marshmallow bunnies or chicks.
Feathered Chick Easter Bucket – Spray-paint a bucket yellow and give it an adorable ducky face with construction paper and glue. You can even get features and glue little wings on, then fill it with the usual candy.
Glittered Fruit Box – You know those fruit boxes that berries come in? Transform these by blinging them out with glitter and ribbon, then fill it with smaller candies.
Egg Cartoon into Easter Basket – Recycle the egg cartons you used for your Easter eggs and fill with candy.
Adult Easter Box – Want to make a basket for your adult kids or hubby? Spray paint an old wooden crate and decorate it, then fill it with fun stuff like gift cards, wine, and of course, some chocolate.
Mitsubishi doesn’t only give us great cars. Mitsubishi’s electric division has the same innovation and quality as its vehicles. Mitsubishi Electric is opening up a new event space in Tokyo that will show off everything they can do.
Based on the theme, “Always something new. With Mitsubishi Electric,” the Mitsubishi Electric: Touch of Advancement (METoA) event space will provide visitors with opportunities to experience these innovative products and services first-hand.
Hands-on events will be on the second and third floors, one of the main attractions being VISION, a multi-display system with 64 large screens. It will be a main feature of events held in collaboration with celebrities, artists, and creators.
The opening even will be open to the public and free of charge. From March 31st to June 28th, the “Flowers for Ginza” event will feature creations from three teams of flower artists and video creators.
The third floor of the event space will feature a 16 foot by 9 foot interactive display system composed of 16 screens that operate interactively when people pass by.
Congrats, Mitsubishi Electric, for showing just how much innovation there is left to do! Keep an eye out for tech innovations in all Mitsubishi vehicles.