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Holiday decorating


Holiday decorating

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really cute and easy fall/thanksgiving decorations

Joelle Charming: {five things}

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DIY fall wreath- no tutorial, just picture for an idea

Little Page Turners: Because the kids shouldnt have all the fun...

Who knew - add baking soda to the water when hard boiling eggs and the shell will come right off. (Totally going to try this next time!)

Use baking soda for easy-to-peel hard-boiled eggs

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Inject some food coloring into lemons and they completely change colors! Fun for a party!!

Instead of gingerbread houses: Turn ice cream cones into christmas trees & decorate

Cute, especially if you have an Elf on a Shelf that visits you!

New Years Eve idea

Model dollhouse streetlight + Mason Jar + fake snow and glitter = Beautiful!

Popcorn-filled vases for Fall or Thanksgiving

so that's how they do that... dollar store ornaments threaded onto wire... voila! a fabulous wreath!

light & ribbon garland. just tie ribbons onto a string of lights. This has so many possibilities~think Halloween colors or Christmas!

Easter Deviled Eggs

simple Easter centerpiece --stunning!!!!!!!

Spring Bouquets | B-Movie Star

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30+ things to put in Easter Eggs besides candy

30+ things to put in Easter Eggs besides candy

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For Easter!

Easter table decor

Easter: Table decor/treats

Easter Door Decor

Our Cozy Nest: Easter Carrots Tutorial

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Easter Table decor #justplainawesome

Easter Egg Door Decor

Ghoul Family...To call forth this gathering, use glue dots to stick construction-paper eyes and mouths onto white tissue-paper bells , then drape them with cheesecloth

Another fun entry way decorating idea...you could even fill a blank wall around a snack table with these easy DIY bats.

St. Patricks Day..

I must remember this at Easter. To color the whites (after eggs have been boiled and yolks removed): Fill glass containers about half-full of water, and then add food coloring to each one to get the shades you desire. Adjust the amount of food coloring, depending on the intensity of the color you desire. Place the egg halves in the water, making sure that the entire surface of each egg is covered. Let the eggs sit at least one hour until you achieve the desired effect. Remove the eggs from the water and place them onto paper towels or wire rack to dry.