Last up in my parade of Easter egg decorations this year is one awesome amphibian — gloriously green, sporting his dapper frilled froggy collar, and delivering an eggs-traordinary holiday performance. Hi ho! Wishing you a Hoppy Easter courtesy of Kermit the Frog.
Decorate your spring table with this adorable flower vase you can make with the kids. At night you can also turn them into lanterns by setting a candle or glowstick inside.
Brunch is a big deal with my family. Usually the house is filled with friends and relatives and food is abundant. I make a few things ahead of time and finish cooking early in the morning. By the time brunch rolls around we're all enjoying each others company while munching on delicious goodies. One of my favorite items to make are these Orange Chocolate Pastries that can be made the night before with little effort. When it comes time to serve, I simply just throw the pan in the oven and in no time I have hot, flaky, sweet pastries for everyone. It really can't get any easier! These indulgent goodies are perfect anytime of year, especially mother's day.
Use felt, ribbons, and a bit of sewing to make the most colorful Easter egg coasters you can use year after year. Learn how to make them with this tutorial.
As close-knit as Pooh and his pals are, it would be hard not to notice that Eeyore feels a little, well, overlooked. For starters, consider the way he perpetually hangs his floppy-eared head. And, if that’s not enough, there’s the mournful way he says, “Thanks for noticin’ me.” This Easter, I’m giving the doleful donkey his day by transforming craft paper, yarn, and a wooden egg into an endearing decoration that Eeyore himself would likely say is pretty “Ohhh-kayyy.”