I thought I’d show you how I made the flowers that I used in the centerpiece that was in my Purple Tablescape for Easter. The centerpiece not only had glittered eggs in the center of the roses, but were used among the roses. It was easy to do, even though they look don’t look it, and by changing the color of the eggs, you can change the complete look of the centerpiece.
When I found some over-sized, chalk painted Easter eggs at Walmart, I just had to grab them up. As soon as I saw them, I got this idea in my head. By now, you know that when I get one of those ideas, I have to go with it. This is what I came up with.
They were easy to do & I can’t wait to use them in a tablescape.
Today is purple day for Epilepsy Awareness Day. In honor of Epilepsy Awareness Day, I’m doing a tablescape in purple as well as the Easter holiday. I’m also doing this tablescape for my friend’s daughter, Ryleigh.
Ryleigh, this one’s for you!
If you’re looking for a quick and easy Easter decoration, here it is. The hardest part of this one is waiting for the paint to dry. This can be customized easily just by changing the colors used, or the saying of your choice.
Here’s how I made the Happy Easter Vignette:
This is a quick & easy tutorial to make a St. Patrick’s Day Wall hanging. It could easily be turned into a St. Patrick’s Day banner depending on how wide you make it. Customizing it is easy & there are very little supplies needed. It’s a very simple way to add to your St. Patrick’s Day decorating, and the little ones can help, too!
I still can’t put away the magic of Christmas. I love my little white Christmas tree, so I decided to decorate it for St. Patrick’s Day. Most of the items on the tree are handmade. I thought I’d share with you how I made them.
St. Patrick’s Day Tree & Ornaments~
This is one of my son’s favorite meals. There is no sauce added to it, so all you taste is the stuffed cabbage and it’s a meal in itself. You could have mashed potatoes on the side, but it really isn’t necessary. And since I cook it in a pressure cooker, it’s fork tender.
This is my recipe for Stuffed Cabbage with Bacon:
This is a very easy tutorial for turning a glass Christmas candle into a St. Patrick’s Day decoration. You need very little supplies to make this, it’s inexpensive & will brighten any area that you place it.