My daughter asked me today what we should leave the Easter Bunny this year. She proclaimed that it was not fair to bake fresh cookies for Santa, and then turn around and throw some baby carrots out for the Easter Bunny. She is convinced they (and other holiday/occasion icons) meet
This year I’ve really wanted to take out Easter Eggs to a whole new level. This had me scouring Pinterest and favorite blogs looking for ideas and inspiration. Apparently, lots of others had the same desire because I found great tutorials everywhere. Think outside the box this year for non-traditional
Up until now every Easter has been the same. Me, getting up at the crack of dawn to make Hot Cross Buns – pummelling my way through a truckload of dough, making awkward looking crosses, ceremoniously taking them out of the oven and calling to everyone ‘eat them while their
No Easter basket is complete without a new soft cuddly bunny; and what is softer than cashmere? You still have time to make your own with this great Tutorial from Betz White. Materials needed for this ultra lux fuzzball: old (or thrift find) cashmere sweater, scrap of cotton print fabric,
Forget the wasteful plastic Easter basket grass this year and grow your own! The grass grows in about a week. Simply place the coconut husk in a bowl of water and it will turn to dirt. Place the dirt in a lined Easter basket, and sprinkle the seeds on top.
Easter is quickly approaching, and I know you’re already planning on the festivities (look out Erin, here we come!). I love Easter and all of it’s wonderful traditions, pastel colors, and historical connections. Eggs are most certainly a staple for the holiday, and I love what they represent: new life.