Posts in the ‘Easter’ Category
This delicious Easter marshmallow white chocolate bark recipe from Shauna at Ella and Annie Magazine would look so pretty on a spring dessert table or packaged up cute as Easter party favors! Who doesn't love white chocolate and marshmallows (with some sprinkles thrown in)?!
I am used to making peppermint bark around the holidays, and thought it would be fun to try an Easter bark!
Today we're sharing a fun Mod Podge Easter egg craft from Shauna at Ella and Annie Magazine.
You can pretty much do anything with Mod Podge! So why not try Easter egg decorating? Find unique patterns on paper napkins to make your Easter eggs stand out this holiday season!
I'm so ready for spring! So in preparation for the days getting longer and the flowers starting to bloom, check out this colored water centerpiece DIY from Shauna at Ella and Annie Magazine. Isn't it beautiful? All you need to make it are mason jars, white flowers, and food coloring. How awesome would this look decorating your Easter table!
In only a few simple steps you can create a colorful and affordable centerpiece for any holiday or event. The best part is, you can make it any assortment of colors you like.
Today we're sharing a DIY project for making quick and easy mason jar Easter treats from Shauna at Ella and Annie Magazine. I love how simple these are and how cute, almost too cute to eat!
These chocolate bunny mason jar Easter treats are so easy to make and so cute! They make the perfect Easter gift to family, friends, classmates, or even co-workers. The best part! The contents are completely edible!
Virginie, from That Cute Little Cake is here with a great way to decorate for Easter, something kids will love!
Put a smile on your kids' faces this Easter by decorating their drink bottles with a mini Easter Egg wreath!
Laura Aguirre from Laura's Little Party is here with some easy and budget-friendly Easter dessert table ideas your kids will love!