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!
March 17th celebrates the traditional date of death of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. St. Patrick’s Day also happens to be celebrated in more countries than any other national festival! Crazy, right?! But for most people, it’s just an excuse to drink green beer, dress like a leprechaun, and eat traditional Irish grub! And an excuse for me to make cute kitschy desserts too! This year, I’m not waiting around to find a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow…I’m making my own pot of gold with these St. Patrick’s Day Golden Coin Cookies!
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I’m over boring and bland friendsgiving and thanksgiving themed decor. Who said your tables can’t be colorful and bright?! Not me! And I’m proving that today with a fun and easy way to transform your friendsgiving event this year with a pop of color! This DIY ombre friendsgiving centerpiece can be made in a day and couldn’t be more simple to put together. Plus, I’m also sharing an easy and delicious drink recipe (that only has 3 ingredients!) that you can serve to your friends and family too! 😉
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I’m a huge fan of semi-homemade meals. I can remember watching Sandra Lee on the Food Network when I was younger and I still love the idea of using some store bought items and some homemade ones, to get dinner on the table quickly. With the holiday season coming up and busy schedules on the rise, getting a meal on the table that doesn’t involve going through the drive thru first, is a challenge in and of itself. Plus, when the weather gets colder outside, I crave easy, warm dinners that don’t require a lot of effort on my part. Today, I’m sharing an easy meal idea, that’s perfect for the family and also includes a recipe for easy focaccia bread sticks too!
This fall DIY floral pumpkin arrangement is easy to make and can be created in less than an hour with only a few supplies!
I love a good DIY project that has multiple functions. And by multiple functions, I mean one that can seamlessly transition between holidays. This DIY floral pumpkin does just that! It can happily fit into early themed fall decor in September, follow on through with Halloween in October, or even make it onto the table for Thanksgiving in November.
Whichever holiday or season you plan to use it for, this beauty is really easy to make and can be created in less than an hour!
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I may be in denial, but….it’s inevitable. We are face to face with back to school season again. Where did the Summer go, guys?! But, regardless of how old I get, I still LOVE shopping for school supplies. I don’t even go to school anymore, but I’m a sucker for cute colored pens! Anyone else? I’m constantly making myself notes and lists to keep on my desk, and wanted a fun way to display them. So, the idea for these DIY concrete note holders was born!
They are modern, easy to make, and fun to customize using brightly colored paint! Because you can customize the colors, they are also easy to incorporate into existing office decor too!
The day and age of liquor bottles on display may be behind us, but I’m really hoping to bring them back. There’s just something so classic about those pretty glass decanters and rocks glasses next to a gorgeous ice bucket on a bar cart. Am I right? Very Mad Men-esque. I love the masculine qualities they evoke and the classy nod they can lend to a gathering! Today’s post, is all about bringing back a classic and updating it with a simple project! These DIY decanter tags are easy to make, really inexpensive, can be done in an afternoon, and look so sophisticated! A simple and fun way to upgrade an existing bar cart, wet bar, or drink display!
I’m a huge donut fan. If I can find a way to include them in my everyday, you know I’m going to take it. So it was only a matter of time before I found a way to incorporate donuts with cake! This easy donut hole cake hack not only saves you time, stress, and a messy kitchen, but it looks and tastes great too!