Easter

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Spring Bouquets    Here are some really nice ideas to add some flowers to your home for spring.  I've been planning a spring brunch and looking around for flower ideas and came across these - aren't they nice? I would love to have one of each.  These are so great because you can buy the flowers and do the arrangements yourself - it's more fun that way and less expensive too!

Spring Bouquets Here are some really nice ideas to add some flowers to your home for spring. I've been planning a spring brunch and looking around for flower ideas and came across these - aren't they nice? I would love to have one of each. These are so great because you can buy the flowers and do the arrangements yourself - it's more fun that way and less expensive too!

No-dye polka dot Easter eggs: just attach double-sided adhesive dots and roll in glitter. Super easy and super cute!

Pretty No-Dye Easter Eggs

No-dye polka dot Easter eggs: just attach double-sided adhesive dots and roll in glitter. Super easy and super cute!

Instructions for Volcano Colored Eggs:  Mix together a tbsp of baking soda, couple tsps of water and some food coloring.  Now, grab your paint brushes and begin painting your eggs.  Then pour vinegar it on top of the egg & watch the “volcanic eruption” take place.You can repeat steps 2, 3, & 4 over & over until you’re ready to move onto another egg.   Lastly, pat off any excess vinegar or simply let them air dry.

Instructions for Volcano Colored Eggs: Mix together a tbsp of baking soda, couple tsps of water and some food coloring. Now, grab your paint brushes and begin painting your eggs. Then pour vinegar it on top of the egg & watch the “volcanic eruption” take place.You can repeat steps 2, 3, & 4 over & over until you’re ready to move onto another egg. Lastly, pat off any excess vinegar or simply let them air dry.

Create patterns on your Easter eggs:  Cover egg with rubber bands and submerge in dye bath. When egg reaches desired color, remove. Carefully snip off bands with scissors and blot dry.

Create patterns on your Easter eggs: Cover egg with rubber bands and submerge in dye bath. When egg reaches desired color, remove. Carefully snip off bands with scissors and blot dry.

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