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In this project, I'll show you how to make colored cement eggs, which are especially popular this time of year with Easter and Spring just around the corner. Of course, these cement eggs can be used to decorate your home throughout the year.
Learn how to make these gorgeous shelves from reclaimed wooden boards and plumbing supplies. Then decorate them with unexpected accessories for the perfect mix of old and new, rustic and glamorous.
Glass gems, with their beautiful jewel-like finish, are a wonderful material to craft with. They are useful in many projects, but adding light to the mix really brings them alive. In this tutorial, we show you how to make your own beautiful glass gem lantern that is perfect to hold a candle or LED lights. You’ll be amazed at how simple it is to make.
Add spring to the inside with simple to make terrariums. Glue thrift shop frames into a house shape for creative terrariums. I'm not a great gardener so I added a collection of decor items to my frame terrariums. Anything looks better with a glass house around it...even a basic candle.
Terrariums are not new... but finding new vessels to plant them in never gets old! Barb Rosen asked the members in our Garden Charmers Group, check us out here: ( https://www.facebook.com/thegardencharmers ) to share some posts on terrariums we had done.
I realized that I have done a ton of terrariums, for both work and home but have not actually written up a blog post. SO... I will share them here.
I know we have all tie dyed before, but have you dyed with a tie? Easter is just around the corner and though I don't have any kids, I do love getting some people together to dye eggs. I love trying all sorts of dyeing techniques and thought some silk tie dyeing would be fun this year. If you have some silk ties hanging around or some fun printed silk scarves (or see some at the thrift store) you can dye easter eggs with them and the print will transfer to make unique and fun patterns and prints!
Hi friends, hope you had a wonderful weekend!! Today I wanted to share 10 great things you can do with Easter Peeps. You can find many of these ideas on Pinterest but I thought I’d do some of the searching and pull some of my favorites with you. I am sharing some fantastic ideas that some talented women came up with that I hope you love. You can come on over to the blog and click on each link to go to the source and see the step by step how to if you like. There are floral arrangements, home décor and recipes here. Thanks for stopping by and have a great day, Lisa
When Easter comes around, I can't help but jump for joy when stores start lining their shelves with those oh-so-cute, squishy, and colorful PEEPS! Bunnies, chicks, whatever you please , these marshmallow goodies have become a staple of this happy holiday. So, I thought why not incorporate them into my spring decor? I love the element of playfulness they add to my everyday topiary.
A while back, I saw a picture of Tootsie Pop Bunnies. It originated on OneLittleProject.Com and I have been meaning to make it for a few Easters. As EASTER 🐣 would near either I would forget or there wouldn’t be time. So this year, I seem to have my in a row. I made some changes from the original design. They used styrofoam balls for heads and I have been looking for a way to use up wooden beads. This worked well for me but be sure to check out the original as you might like it better.