Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Rice Krispie Treat Bird Nests {Repost}

Rice Krispie Treat Bird Nests are an Easter favorite in our house. I shared this recipe last year and so many people loved it that I had to post it again! This is a great treat to make with kids, especially over spring break. (For the full tutorial, click here).

3 Tbsp. butter
5 1/2 c. mini marshmallows
6 c. Rice Krispies cereal
Reese's Peanut Butter eggs

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Bathroom Update {For Under $100}

The girls' bathroom is also the main bathroom. What I wanted was to create a bright, fresh, kid-friendly bathroom without making it look like a princess fairy explosion. So I painted the walls a pretty mint green. But then when it came time to decorate, I got stuck. I didn't want it to be too bright and pastel-y so I toned down the mint green walls with a neutral shower curtain and neutral decorations. 

Monday, March 30, 2015

Round Up Monday--10 Easter Treats!

Easter is Sunday! Are you getting together with family or going to a church potluck? If you're looking for a great Easter recipe, check out these 10 delicious Easter treats! (Links below pictures).

Friday, March 27, 2015

Weekend Projects--Bathroom Update

Spring is here, time for DIY projects! Right now I'm working on our main bathroom which is also the girls' bathroom. It has always been a challenge trying to decorate a bathroom that appeals to young kids and guests too. But I've come up with a solution.

Here's just a little peek at what's going on:

The best part--the entire update costs less than $100. Can't wait to show you on Tuesday!

I'm linking up at some of these great parties and Savvy Southern Style

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Easter Egg Tree Centerpiece

Making an Easter Egg Tree centerpiece is a fun craft to do with kids. My daughter had a great time helping me make ours--she took her time finding the perfect little branches for our tree.  To make one, all you need are a few branches, plastic or decorative eggs, a vase, and string. Add a bow and paint the branches if you want to! 

The decorative eggs I used were foam on the inside. I ran a needle through the top and made a knot. You can also glue the string to the eggs.

Tie the eggs to the branches and your Easter egg tree is done!

For more spring craft ideas, check out the Holiday & Seasonal page!

I'm linking up at some of these great parties and Savvy Southern Style
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