I saw a cute Egg Wreath at Kmart, but it was just too small to use on it's own as a wreath. It was only about 8" in diameter. But, I had an idea to recycle some remnants from my Easter Bin and my "bin 'o florals" and create a one-of-a-kind Easy Spring Wreath. Best of all - it only took Three Steps.
I had never used alcohol ink before, so I didn't know what to expect when I first started this project. However, I am thrilled with the way that these pretty stained glass look egg ornaments turned out!
Setting an AMAZING springtime-inspired table can be done easily!! It can...I promise... Use these 10 simple table decor tips to decorate your way to a stunning table. Extra photos and a bonus "extra" tip are available on the blog: Blue Ribbon Kitchen, listed at the bottom of this post.
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!
Everyone loves seeing bunny butts! They are so cute and adorable! Who can resist smiling at that popular commercial with a bunny beating a drum and its' butt twitching to the beat! So why not bring a touch of whimsy for your home décor this Easter season by displaying an easy to make duo of bunny butts in search of their favorite treats? And the best part, you're recycling a biodegradable container and it's a fun and quick craft to create especially with kids!
I ran across a great supply of novelty Easter ribbon. And I am always looking for fun things to make with those colorful plastic eggs from the dollar store. So, with Easter on my mind, I created a pretty DIY Easter Ribbon Wreath!
How do you start thinking of spring when you still have snow on the ground? Simple...you join up with Blog Hop and just make up your mind that you're tired of the drab winter look and you're looking for anything to say it's SPRING!
Chances are you are gathering your flower pots to spring clean and get ready for the big plant of the year. Hold off on one and let's make a super cute Easter Bunny Craft utilizing one of your flower pots! You're going to love this
If you're looking for some "different" Easter eggs I've got you covered! Though the galaxy trend has calmed down a bit, it's a fun, easy to do and unexpected addition to those Easter baskets this year! Be sure to check the link for my full tutorial!
I saw a pic of a wreath made with clear plastic sandwich bags and I fell in love with it but I would have liked more color. So, that was just what I did! Depending upon where you want this, it can be hung on a door, tree, post, anywhere. The fastener would just need to be changed. One of the nice things about these bags is that they are scented, they smell SO GOOD!
I was inspired to make bunny napkin rings for the Easter season after I bought reindeer napkin rings for Christmas. It is so easy so let me show you how to make bunny napkin rings. And I bet you have most of the supplies.
Dollar store eggs, napkins and glue are all you need to make these cute eggs!
Today I am sharing another really simple Easter egg craft that I first did with my Grandmother over 45 years ago. Yes, I am telling my age! I have written before about how much I loved going to my Grandmother’s house and looking forward to what new craft she was working on for her church bazaar. We made these when I was in elementary school so this is also a craft you can do with children or grandchildren.
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
Recently I saw a package of cute bunny ears napkin rings . After I looked closely at them, I thought, those would be so simple to make and I knew I already had everything I would need to make them. I also knew I wanted to dress mine up a little bit.
I made these pretty pastel yarn-wrapped eggs a couple years ago, and they're still part of our seasonal decor! They're easy and fun to make, and you only need a few supplies.
Chalkboard decor is still one of my favorite home decor trends because it's affordable and flexible! And these Chalkboard Easter eggs are no exception! They are super budget friendly and they have lots of uses! You can use them for place cards, inspiring messages, sweet notes, tiny canvases, tuck them into a lunchbox for a sweet surprise, and so much more!