Easter Brunch doesn’t have to mean hours in the kitchen! With a little help from Cost Plus World Market, I put together an entire brunch with a few boxed mixes, one bowl, a spoon, and about an hour in the
Filling an Easter Basket can be daunting! Especially when you’re trying not to fill it with empty calories and sweets you’ll just have to take away later.
Every holiday we give our children candy and then we tell them they can’t eat it all. How frustrating for them and us! Why not consider replacing the candy with some other sweet treats they’ll enjoy long after Easter is
Some of my favorite memories of my boys growing up happened on Easter mornings. That’s because my husband and I put crepe paper up in the hallway the night before as a reminder to the boys they were not allowed
Here’s the third craft in our Easter Dessert Buffet. This one is individual treat cups that can be used as place cards at a formal Easter Dinner or as a gift for your guest. They’re small terracotta pots that are
Easter is a time to start bringing spring colors back into the house! I put together an easy Easter display using pastel colors and lots of candy. But it all started with a wooden pennant that I made using Martha
This craft is so easy, even teens, tweens, and even some children will enjoy helping out. The products needed are minimal and you can make them more colorful if you desire. Paint them pastel colors with white “frosting” or go
Need a sweet treat or dessert for Easter? These mini cakes, which are featured in the upcoming Women’s Day magazine, are homemade and so easy! Decorate as simply or as intricately as you like. You will need oval-shaped silicone pans
I painted our hallway months ago in what I thought were beachy colors. They didn’t last long because the son said instead of remind him of the beach, the colors reminded him of a circus; not the look I was
My husband is a fire fighter of over 32 years so in his career, he’s seen a lot of house fires started by candles. Because of that, he bans traditional candles in our home and we’ve converted to electric candles.
My husband and I don’t go to the movies often. It’s just too expensive for dinner and a movie and those dollars could be better spent elsewhere. That doesn’t mean we don’t watch movies, we do, but we do family
These are three quick and easy embellishments to help set the mood for a movie theme night. These were designed for a Las Vegas theme, but they could easily be used for any theme where sparkles and gemstones are warranted.