Faux Sugar Egg Easter Decor


As a child, my favorite Easter craft was diorama eggs.  I loved paper mache and each year I would make my own paper mache egg that I would fill with little toy chicks and plastic eggs.  I decided to make a grown up version this year, and styled my paper mache egg to look like a sugar egg.  Thanks to Mod Podge’s Collage Clay, it’s easy to recreate the look of sugar and icing without the calories (or the sugar {Read More}

Color Blocked DIY Easter Eggs in 3 Easy Steps


I love decorating for Easter and Spring in new and fun way!  So today I am sharing these really fun and simple Color Blocked Easter Eggs!  These are simple to make, so simple in fact that my daughter (who is eight) can make these almost on her own!  So grab a few fun supplies and create your own custom color blocked Easter eggs for a little fun and unique spring decor! Supplies needed to make your own color blocked DIY {Read More}

Mini Mason Jar Bunny Crafts


Hip hip hop! Easter is coming quick this year!  And we are already prepping a few fun and simple crafts and Easter decor.  And today I am excited to share a really simple craft that would also make a cute gift (just fill the jar with jelly beans!).  These jar bunny crafts are so simple your kids can do it – really!  My eight year old made these all by herself with only a little guidance from me!  Here are our {Read More}

Spring Floral DIY Centerpieces


Make these beautiful spring floral DIY centerpieces for Easter and then use it until summer.  You can make this in just a few minutes with minimal tools.  Plus the paper flowers will last for months with no water or maintenance required.  Paper flowers?  Oh yes!  Pretty and affordable! Supplies needed to make your own paper floral DIY centerpieces: Vintage Glass Milk Bottles (4). Wire Milk Bottle Carrier. David Tutera Turquoise Paper Hydrangeas. David Tutera Purple Paper Hydrangeas. David Tutera Cream Paper Hydrangeas. Burlap {Read More}

St. Patrick’s Day Tissue Paper Rainbow Banner


Saint Patrick’s Day is right around the corner and I am sharing a fun and easy craft you can do with the kids. This colorful rainbow banner is really easy to make and only requires a few supplies! Supplies needed to make your own tissue paper rainbow banner: Tissue Paper Shamrock Foam Stickers Glue Hole Punch Rainbow Banner Printable < click to print Ribbon Step one. Start by printing and cutting out the banner shape and hole punch.  You will need {Read More}

How-to: Lucky Clover Bracelet


St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, and that means that the lucky clover (one of my favourite shapes) is going to be celebrated! The four-leaf clover shape has become trendy in jewelry, and I thought that this time of year would be a great opportunity to show off a little bracelet that can easily be created in under 15 minutes! Supplies needed to make your own lucky clover bracelet: Lucky Clover Connectors (I used white clovers). Shiny Gold Circle {Read More}