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!
If anyone needs a little ray of sunshine right now today’s cocktail recipe will do just that! These blood orange gin and tonics are not only delicious and easy to make, they are also SO pretty! Plus, I know you are all sitting at home right now (or you should be!) so you have the time to mix one of them up!
Also, I need to address that, yes, this post was supposed to be the March cocktail of the month, but I got behind and was focused on other things, like spring break getting canceled and heading home in the middle of the corona virus quarantine. But, lucky for you guys, you get TWO cocktail recipes and videos this month instead! Woohoooo! If you haven’t followed along with my cute (and free!) printable cocktail calendar yet, being stuck at home for the next month is definitely a good time to jump on board.
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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!
I’m getting soooo excited for warmer weather guys! It was finally warm enough to get outside and go hiking yesterday and it made me daydream about all of the other adventures I can start planning for the next few months. I’m on a mission to really get out and explore Utah this Summer and I’m itching to get things crossed off of the bucket list! Outdoor parties, days by the pool, and summer dinners on the patio! Which brings me to another thing that I’m looking forward to with warmer weather…fresh produce! With Easter around the corner, I wanted to share some tips to create your own easy Spring crudité platter, using fresh produce! So pretty, so colorful and very, very easy to put together too!
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You may be thinking that it’s a little too early to be posting about funfetti marshmallow ice cream sandwiches already, but spring is right around the corner and I’m allllll about doing as much as I can to start celebrating warmer weather a little early! And what better way to do that, than with ice cream? And not just any ice cream….marshmallow PEEPS® ice cream!
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I’m a list girl. I feel like they help to keep me organized and hold me accountable. Generally, when people make lists, they are full of things that they’re not exactly looking forward to…like those dreaded to-do lists. Yuck. But they don’t always have to be bad! I’m sharing a fun way to put one together that you’ll actually want to cross off! This seasonal bucket list printable will give you a fun excuse to stay busy all season long, whichever season you may be in, and plan some fun and interesting adventures along the way!
Despite what the weather channel is forecasting for Utah at the moment, I’m going to push it out of my mind and focus on the fact that the calendar says that it’s supposed to be Spring. Maybe if I believe hard enough, Mother Nature will get the hint and push some of those warmer temps and sunny days my way. But, until then, I’m going to grab some fresh tulips and display these gorgeous DIY ombre bud vases on my counter. They scream Spring and are oh, so easy to make!