If you’ve been following us for a while now, you probably know that April Fools Day is kind of a big deal/nobody is safe (muahaha!). Here are some of our April Fools Day posts from the past, plus a few more that have given us a good laugh. Let the jokes and pranks planning begin…
Leave your besties Fake Parking Tickets ( with Free Downloads) on their windshields while they’re at work. They’ll love it.
Show your love, by sending your sweetheart The Fake IRS Audit Letter (with Free Download).
Sashimi into Swimsuit Season with the Sushmoothie! Tuna never looked so good.
Fight off the winter chill down south with our How to Knit a Merkin: Free Pattern! tutorial.
Follow Jaime on Instagram (@prudentjaime) to see the pranks her mini-me is up to as well. Last year Scarlet served her dad a bowl of “cocoa puffs” that was really dog food, and he ate it!
Scarlet also managed to stump her uncle by going into the yard and picking random leaves to make a “salad.” She even topped it off with ranch dressing and sunflower seeds. That’s a true prankster right there.
Jacinda pulled pranks on her little ones last year by hiding plastic monkeys in her kids’ pasta. Genius! Check out her pranks this year by following @PrudentJacinda on Instagram.
There was also that time we told you Jaime was pregnant with triplets, and we convinced you that we could show you how to make these gorgeous 10-Minute Easter Eggs – you’re still lucky we chose that over the DIY Baby Food Jar Ash Tray.
April Fools Day around the web…
Handmade Charlotte shows you how to make a Traditional French April Fools Fish Game. It’s adorable!
Surprise the family by adding googly eyes to everything (via Oh Happy Day).
Turn their tires into donuts overnight with this DIY Donut Tire Prank from Studio DIY.
Make Broccoli ‘Lollipops’ as a special treat (via The Decorated Cookie).
Freeze their cereal the night before and give it to them for breakfast before school (via Clean and Scentsible).
Give them a shock with the Balloon explosion door on A Subtle Revelry.
Organized 31 shows you how to make a plate of brown E’s for the kids.
Bake a batch of April Fools Day cookies with this Salty Cookie Mix Up from Pen & Paper Flowers.