Easter Egg Rice Krispy Treats

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!

Rice Krispy Treat Easter Egg


1/4 Cup Butter
(10 ounce) package regular marshmallows or 4 cups miniature marshmallows
6 cups Rice Krispy cereal
4 drops green food coloring
1/2 cup flaked coconut
Your favorite edible eggs (chocolate, jelly bean, etc)


  1. Melt margarine in large sauce pan over low heat. Add marshmallows and stir until melted, stirring constantly. Remove from heat.
  2. Add cereal. Stir until well coated.
  3. Add the warm mixture into mini-muffin-pan cups coated with cooking spray and shape.
  4. Indent the middle of the nest’s with your thumb
  5. Remove from pans and let cool on wax paper

Rice Krispy  Treat nests

Now the fun part, begin decorating!  For the top of your nests ,  stir together water and green food coloring and add coconut. Stir until coconut is tinted, spread on baking sheet and allow to dry.  Place ontop of the nests followed by the candy.

Rice Krispy  Treat nests


Voila, super cute nests the kids will love to eat just as much as they loved making them.

Rice Krispy Treat Easter Egg

We also made some fun Rice Krispy Eggs.  Simply use any size plastic egg coated in non-stick cooking spray and stuff them with warm Rice Krispy Treat mix. Let them sit for a few minutes, pull them out and add your delicious goodies.

Rice Krispy  Treat nestsNow, if I can just keep a few until Easter.   Rice Krispy Treat Easter Egg

Make sure to mark your calendars for our Outdoor Extravaganza!  I’m teaming up with a fabulous group of bloggers to bring you ALL THINGS OUTDOORS, I can’t wait!
Tiffany from Living Savvy
Lucy from Craftberry Bush
Dawn from Inspired Living
Wishing you all a fabulous day, thanks so much for stopping in.

DIY Speckled Robin’s Eggs

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!

DIY Speckled Robin's egg

This is such a simple project and most likely you have all the supplies needed at home.

Plastic eggs
Soft blue craft paint
Brown craft paint
Small paintbrush

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Baker’s twine Easter eggs

I can feel it, Spring is just around the corner!  The birds chirping wake me in the morning, last years flowers are starting to bloom, the days are longer and the sun is shining, I love this time of year. (OK minus the kids not wanting to go to bed because of the time change)

I have a plethora of plastic eggs so I thought it would be fun to give them a mini makeover just in time for Spring!

Twine -Wrapped- Plastic- Eggs-for- a -place -setting

This craft is super easy, promise!
All you need is a plastic egg, hot glue and some bakers twine.

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Easter Mantel

~Hi Friends~

Well, I’m a little late with my Easter Mantel this year but hey at least it’s done.  Since I finished a little behind schedule, I decided on something super easy, no fuss, can keep it up for the next few months minus the eggs.  I went with lots of green and  a few pops of color using fresh flowers and some glass eggs inserted with feathers.

I don’t think I have ever shown you our “new” rug that I picked up at Joss and Main about 4 months ago.  Guess we have been a little busy (smile).  I went with an indoor/outdoor rug this time around for the durability and price and have to say I love it!

The moss monogram I made a little while back, you can find the tutorial here.

The cute little bunnies were at the dollar store, can you believe that, two for a dollar, I love that store.

 And yes, I have embraced the huge dominant design feature in our family room.

~Hope everyone has a wonderful week, thank you so much for stopping in today~

I do receive many inquires on the fireplace so here is all the information.


Stacked Stone in Mountain Blend

The mantel is a 4×4 piece of lumber purchased at Home Depot. We stained and distressed it with a hammer.

The screen was purchased at a local iron store when they were going out of business.


It’s A Spring Thing~Link Party~

 ~Welcome to our Spring Party~

There are 14 of us kicking off this fabulous link party on our blogs today, so exciting! Have you seen all the gorgeous projects over the past two weeks, talk about talent!

 I love Spring, especially this year, I am ready for some new beginnings around here!   I have added lots of green throughout the house and love having our windows and doors open with fresh air blowing through. Over the past two weeks I have been completely inspired by some of the most amazing and talented bloggers, take a look!

psst….pretty please pin from the original source

Love the rustic elements of Dear Lillie Stunning Spring Tablescape.

Vanessa from At The Picket Fence shared her gorgeous daffodils along with her very sweet story!

Spring Centerpiece and Mantel Decor from At The Picket Fence

If you ever feel a little lost on how to make on a tablescape Simply Klassic Home has a wonderful tutorial.

How to Create an Easy Spring Centerpiece {On the Cheap} www.simplyklassichome.com

I turned a pile of wood into a Spring Scrapwood Sign.


Don’t these Birds Nest Coconut Cupcakes look absolutely yummy from At The Picket Fence.

Bird's Nest Cupcakes in Mason Jars from At the Picket Fence

I never would have thought to stain eggs with tea, this fun decoration from Thistle Wood Farms is on my to do list!

French Country Cottage shared her spring cut branches with blooms, simply heavenly!

Jennifer Rizzo‘s Spring decor is adorable, I love the edible chocolate baskets!

The blue’s mixed with white splashed throughout at Fox Hollow Cottage is just lovely.

Ready for a roundup of fabulous craft ideas for Spring? Head on over to Debbiedoos.

butterfly mod podged spring art

Decorating a mantel for any season can be tricky, head on over to Table of Four for some great tips!

Setting for Four: How to Decorate a Mantle for Spring - Tips  #spring #decor

Looking for a new tote for Spring?  Jo Jo and Eloise has a step by step tutorial for you.

Spring Tote 1

Domestically Speaking made a gorgeous wreath, the pops of colors are stunning!

spring, wreath, blue, burlap, flowers, moss, green, hydrangaes

Mary Beth from Cupcakes and Crinoline started the hop with a 3-layer Lemon Blueberry Butter Cake with Lemon Buttercream Frosting, yummy!

I can’t wait to see what you have been working on for Spring!  We will all be pinning and sharing links from the  party.

We would  appreciate it if you would grab the code in the box below so everyone can join in on the fun!

Its A Spring Thing



 ~Now, let’s see all of your fabulous Spring Links~