Keeping with my Mermaid spring theme this year, here’s a fun Sand Easter Eggs crafts for the March Pinterest Challenge! In case you’re new to the blog, the purpose of the Pinterest Challenge is to motivate all the participants (and you too) to not just pin, but to make it happen! This month’s challenge is about Spring Projects with a focus on Easter and Gardening, so I chose to make a sand Easter egg craft to go with my Mermaid Tablescape.
Spring is coming and it’s time to put away those winter decorations. It’s time to create something new, like this pastel spring coffee filter wreath! This wreath was made two years ago, but I never shared it on the blog. At the time, there were so many coffee filter wreath tutorials on Pinterest that I felt another tutorial was a… Read More
Need something quick and inexpensive to decorate your front door, wall, or mantel? Try making this Spring Cupcake Liner Flower Wreath! Last week, I made an easy Spring Cupcake Liner Flower Garland and loved the cupcake liner flowers so much, I made more! This time, I shaped the petals on the cupcake liners differently and placed them on a wreath… Read More
Hello Spring! Today, I’m participating in a March Dollar Store Craft Challenge Blog Hop with a few of my blogging friends. For this hop, we were challenged to get the main craft items from the dollar store. And since all the Easter and spring items are already on the shelves, I decided to pick up a large plastic dollar store… Read More
Egg dyeing was such a huge party of the Easter festivities when my kids were younger. I remember them boiling dozens of eggs just to make sure each of them had their egg coloring fun. And if you have little kids, I’m sure egg decorating is a ‘must do’ activity on Easter for you too. But instead of the typical egg… Read More
I think it’s safe to say that most of us love Pottery Barn. However, for many of us Pottery Barn is a bit too pricey. So, when I saw their live ivy topiary bunnies at $79 and twig bunnies for $179 (very large bunnies), I knew I there had to be a less expensive alternative. My less expensive version is a cross… Read More