Easter might look a little different this year, but I still wanted to sneak a fun easter egg decorating tutorial into the mix that you guys STILL have time to do before Sunday! These Easter eggs are ready to party , even though they’re stuck at home, and yours can become party animal Easter eggs too with a few simple supplies and some creativity!
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If you’re not interested in boiling eggs and worrying about dye staining your counters, this fun and easy “egg” decorating tutorial might be the perfect Easter project to try this year! I’m not sure about you guys, but REESE’S Eggs are a hot commodity at my house during the holiday, so I thought it would be fun to switch things up a little bit and decorate some peanut butter rainbow Easter eggs this year! They’re such a fun canvas to get creative with and let your families’ imaginations run wild!
Easter eggs, but make them fashion. That time of year is upon us, and I’m always on the hunt for a new, fun, and yet easy way to decorate my Easter eggs. There are some STUNNING tutorials out there on the web, but I’m not trying to spend a week creating one batch of eggs. Ain’t nobody got time for that. Today’s Easter DIY is simple with a capital “S”. It doesn’t require any dye, so no stained counters, hands, or large messes to clean up either. With only two supplies, you can make these cute DIY animal print Easter eggs in no time!
I feel like I say this every single month, but how on earth did April sneak up on us? Maybe it’s the never ending snow in Utah that makes me dwell on the winter months, or it’s my crazy schedule and some important life changes happening right now (more on that later!), but either way, April is here and I’m getting you guys all prepared to tackle the month with the new printable April 2019 calendar coloring page!
Fresh fruit and sweet syrup come together to create this yummy grapefruit and orange compote with mint whipped cream topping. The perfect treat to serve at Easter brunch this year!
Easter is a week away and if you’re planning on hosting a big family gathering or brunch this year, preparing a menu can be a little overwhelming, let alone putting something together that looks effortless, yet chic at the same time. But don’t sweat it! Today’s recipe is simple to make, looks gorgeous, and it’s delicious too, which doesn’t hurt either. This grapefruit and orange compote with mint whipped cream is the perfect Spring treat to have your guests craving warmer weather and days outside. And mention the word “compote” and your guests will think you definitely know your way around the kitchen 😉
You only need a few simple supplies to pull these DIY jean Easter eggs together and have your eggs end up on the best dressed list this Easter.
Finding a good pair of jeans is HARD. Granted, after searching for 33 years I feel like I’ve finally figured out what I like and what suits my body shape the best, but it takes some serious work! It also feels like a workout when you’re sitting in the dressing room, trying on the 300th pair that still ends up being too baggy in the waist or too tight in the butt. Well, today’s post will eliminate the need for any dressing room frustration, and will just leave you (and your Easter basket!) looking super cute. These DIY jean Easter eggs are fun and give you an excuse to fill up some pockets with a few little extra treats!
Chocolate, carbs, and Cadbury Mini Eggs…what’s not to love about these Chocolate Easter Cinnamon Rolls?! Check out the yummy and easy recipe!
I have something that I need to admit to you guys. I’m addicted to Cadbury Mini Eggs. I always intend to buy one bag every year when spring and Easter season hit, (because obviously there’s no resisting these little guys and I’m not about to pass them up) but I find myself finishing the bag before I’ve even realized they’re gone. Which then, of course, means that I have to return to the store and purchase another one. (Obvi). It also means that I have an addiction and a problem. The first step is admitting it, right? What makes these little chocolaty eggs so damn good?! Cadbury, I’m onto you. But instead of trying to fight it, I figured that I’d just give in this year. I’m combining a few of my favorite things, breakfast, chocolate, and Cadbury mini eggs into one delicious recipe that is perfect to serve up on Easter morning, for the kiddos or adults alike. These chocolate Easter cinnamon rolls are beyond delish and for a homemade cinnamon roll recipe, they are actually really easy to make too. Win win! 😉
These DIY watermelon Easter eggs are a cinch to make and oh, so cute! The perfect addition to your Easter baskets this year. Check them out below!
I’m all about a fun Easter egg dying project. With all of the new ideas and projects popping up online, traditional dying methods just seem a little boring now, don’t they? But, don’t get me wrong…I’m also not about to spend 18 million hours DIY’ing eggs that are going to be eaten or tossed after a few Easter hunting hours. So I definitely try to keep ease and skill levels in mind when I’m thinking up my projects for the blog, so that everyone feels like they can tackle them and they’re not overwhelming. Today’s DIY is exactly that!
It might not be Summer just yet, but you can still infuse a little warm weather fun into a traditional Spring celebration. Although, these DIY watermelon Easter eggs might taste a little different than the watermelon you are used to, they are a cinch to make and so cute! They’d add a fun and playful touch, hiding in the grass for your Easter egg hunt!