Over the weekend my oldest and I were looking for some yummy treats to make for Easter and ran across the cutest rice krispy nests and decided to give it a try. So simple, yet so easy and fun!
Today is the first day of Spring so I thought it would be fun to share some DIY Robin’s Eggs. I love the look of robins eggs, something about their soft beautiful colors. OK and I’ll admit, the chocolate robins eggs are my absolute favorite!
This is such a simple project and most likely you have all the supplies needed at home.
Soft blue craft paint
Brown craft paint
Can you believe It’s A Spring Thing had over 700 fabulous links, WOWZA! Trying to pick just a few crafts to feature was nearly impossible but I tried my best!
I love these fun and colorful cupcake toppers from The 36th Avenue.
Are these not the cutest tea towels you have ever seen from Design Dinning and Diapers.
Love the pink eggs mixed with the greens, head on over to Love of Family and Home for her full tablescape.
Fern Creek Cottage shared her $2 cheerful Easter garland.
A Typical Engllsh Home has the most adorable Easter gift tag printable for you.
Twigs Studio used the shells for vases, I love this idea!
There is so much more to see, head on over and click through for more inspiration. Thank you to everyone for making the party so successful!
Spring is almost here!
Kim from Sand and Sisal is sharing her gorgeous Spring wreath for our Countdown to Spring Party this week. I love the added touch of the butterflies, super cute!
I have been having so much fun looking through all of the spring links from last week, take a look.
I love these festive and fun place cards from That’s My Letter.
Bonefire’s and Wine had her table ready for spring!
Check out what Pondered Primed and Perfect did to her farmers markets baskets.
The pops of color on the beautiful mantel are perfect for spring at It’s Overflowing.
So head on over to Kim’s and linkup your Spring goodies. We want to see your Spring décor, recipes, mantels, porches… anything Spring related.
Looking for a last minute and cheap Valentines gift for the kids teachers? You are in the right place! It cost me $2.00 and took about 10 minutes!
~This would also be a really cute Spring gift as well~
I picked up some vibrant potting containers at the dollar store and some pretty tulips.
Grabbed a stencil and a sharpie and filled in the letter.
Speaking of Spring, I am so excited to be kicking off the Countdown to Spring Party with some of my favorite bloggers! I’ll be sharing a spring craft I have been working on and you get to link up all of your Spring idea’s! ~WOO HOO~
See you Friday