Hello there! How are you? It’s been a while since I last updated my blog. I have been really busy with work and my 4 kids. But I did want to make Easter eggs and share them with you. It’s kind of a tradition of this blog. And to be honest, my Easter egg blog posts are my best read posts. People visit my blog spring, summer and fall to read about my Easter eggs. I don’t know why, but I’m not complaining. So here is my botanical Easter eggs DIY.
Hello there! It’s February and almost Valentine’s day. Do you celebrate Valentine’s day or do you just skip it? To me, Valentine’s day is not a big deal, I won’t be disappointed when I don’t get diamonds or red roses. But it is the day I started my blog two years ago! I like to keep up the tradition and write a Valentine’s day blog post every year. This year, I kept it simple and created dried hydrangea hearts. Be sure to scroll down to the bottom of the post for a free printable hydrangea heart! Continue reading Dried hydrangea heart for Valentine’s Day
It’s almost Easter, so it’s time to get crafty. I have always loved decorating eggs for Easter. First as a child, and later with my own children. My boys are growing up too fast and are no longer interested in crafts. They are still interested in the Easter egg hunt but prefer chocolate eggs over dyed eggs. I’m on my own now!
Last year, I dyed my eggs in different shades of blue and green to create an ombré effect. This year, I tried a new Easter egg idea I’m sharing with you. It’s an easy and affordable project. All you need are eggs and pressed flowers.
Continue reading DIY pressed flower Easter eggs
It’s time to bring Christmas into your home! A traditional, green tree decorated with lights, garlands and baubles is a must-have in a house full of men, but I also like a simple tree branch with a few ornaments.
I love nature inspired Christmas decorations. Wintry branches are beautiful on their own and easy to arrange in a tall, glass vase. They are even more festive when you decorate them. These Christmas birds are easy to make, a fun holiday project you can do with, or without, your kids.
Easter is just a week away so I decided it was time to dye some eggs. While the kids are busy with their egg holder and paint brush I am working on my own project: dyeing eggs in different shades of turquoise.
Haven’t dyed your Easter eggs yet and looking for an easy project? These pretty turquoise eggs make an easy and inexpensive Easter decoration. All you need are eggs, a simple Easter egg kit and some patience.