Decoupage Easter Eggs!!
All you need are prepared eggs, mod podge, small paint brush and some beautiful napkins (make sure you separate the napkin so you are only using one ply)
Tutu Easter Baskets for under $10!!!
Start with any basket that you can weave into the top of.
Buy any color tulle fabric, cut into strips, and cut it to whatever length you’d want the tutu to fall.
Take a strip, make a loop, making sure the bottoms are even.
Pull the loop through the top of the basket just enough to fit the even bottoms through the loop. Pull tight
Repeat your pattern until done! :)
Pretty easy right???
Here are some great ideas to make your Easter celebration one to remember! :)
Make your child a fun Easter lunch! Just use an empty 6 or 12 egg carton and fill it with plastic eggs. Place a little snack in each one! They will love it! I bet they’d also be the coolest kid in class ;)
Make your favorite Chocolate cake recipe and frost it. Then, line the top of the cake with yellow peeps and the center with chocolate chips!
If you have any leftover Peeps from creating our last couple of projects, put together a beautiful Easter candy bouquet for a loved one!
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Do you love Halloween but not really crazy about the gaudy decorations? Here is an elegant way to celebrate your Halloween without breaking the bank!
You will need:
Step 1-Cut the leg off of the torso of the panty hose. I would suggest, depending on the size of your pumpkin, that you cut as high as you can. This will allow you the most usable material, so that you can make as many pumpkins as you want.
Step 2-Stick your pumpkin in the panty hose leg. You have a lot of freedom with this: depending on the size of the pumpkin, you can choose where to place it! I would suggest putting your biggest pumpkin in the thigh area, which has more threads and elasticity, than trying to squeeze it in the foot area of the hose.
Step 3-Rubber-band the top, tightly. This part can be a little tricky: you want to rubber-band it tightly enough that the hose do not slip out, but not so tight that the tension causes it to slip upwards off of the pumpkin stem.
Step 4- Twist and knot the bottom. Simply twist the hose at the base of the pumpkin, and either pull it through on itself and knot it (which I didn’t do because I didn’t want my pumpkin sitting lopsided, but, if you have room in the base, that would be easiest), or tie a twist tie around it.
Step 5- Trim the remaining panty-hose. Simply cut off the loose end, as close as you can while leaving enough that it won’t slip off. Tie your ribbon, and voila!