How to Blow Out Easter Eggs (and Dye Them Naturally)

I don’t dye hard-boiled eggs (although you can certainly do that, if you like). I prefer using “blown” eggs, so that I don’t need to worry about spoilage and I can use them for a good long time (sometimes a month leading up to Easter) in arrangements throughout the house. Here's how to blow them out. ...more

Four Fun Easter Bunny Crafts You Can Make

I don't know about you but I went from thinking Easter was weeks away to being shocked to find out it's almost here. I started decorating Easter eggs and I've planned my Easter dinner but that's all I've done. My Easter plans are currently lacking in Easter bunnies but here are some crafts that can change that. Sock Bunny...more
Love those cute and simple ideas for Easter!more

Plastic Easter Egg Pineapple String Lights

What do you do with all those plastic eggs after the Easter bunny has made his exit? Mine seem to accumulate in my yard, making me crazy. I have painted them with puffy paint, used them as dinosaur egg molds, and filled them cinnamon—and this year, I converted some yellow eggs into pineapples. ...more
thatgirlrei LOL those lights are indeed very cute!more

Printable Lunch Box Notes

I mentioned awhile back that I have been learning Adobe Illustrator. I am still at it and set a small goal or "homework" for myself to help me use what I'm learning and more importantly stay focused and finish a project.  ...more

Clipping bunnies before the NY Easter Hat Parade

I don't generally like parades because they are too orderly and rigid. I want the freedom to walk back and forth, photograph people and talk to them without having to march for blocks on end without stopping....more

How To Be A Successful Card Maker

I was really excited when Erin Taylor agreed to be one of my featured artists.  She has an amazing clean style that I love and admire....more

Happy Easter from the Easter Puppies!

The whole gang wanted to wish you a very happy Easter... ...more

Paper Bowl & Plate Easter Bonnets

Paper Bowl & Plate Easter Bonnets Once a month at work, we have a pizza party ...more

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How to Blow Out Easter Eggs (and Dye Them Naturally)

I don’t dye hard-boiled eggs (although you can certainly do that, if you like). I prefer using “blown” eggs, so that I don’t need to worry about spoilage and I can use them for a good long time (sometimes a month leading up to Easter) in arrangements throughout the house. Here's how to blow them out. ...more

FOR THE LOVE OF PAPER-My Love Affair With Decoupage

Decoupage (or découpage) is the art of decorating...more

Awesome Adult Party Bags!

Happy Wednesday, People!! We're half way through the week!!  ...more