Making a simple Father’s Day Centerpiece is so easy and yet will make Dad feel so appreciated on his special day.
Our Catholic Seder menu is a way for those wishing to share a meal with friends and honor the Passover meal to do so. There are also some fun craft projects.
A Halloween wreath looks lovely on your front door and makes a heartfelt welcome to your visitors whether they are ghouls and goblins, or just regular friends and family.
DIY Faberge eggs are so easy to make and you can keep them for years to come. The picture above is my collection for three years.
I think the best part about Easter is kids, and how much fun they can have. As some of you may know, I have been involved with a wonderful organization called Ascencia. I wanted to make them special centerpieces for their Easter breakfast, and I cooked breakfast as well.
We had a lot of fun making these little “nests”, as I got the children, including my dear Spane, to decorate plastic eggs in whatever fashion they desired. I had plenty of glitter glue, paint, sticky gems, and all we really needed to make Fabergé jealous.
These marble eggs are so easy to make and they always turn out different. You will never have the same egg twice, so be sure and take pictures of these to look back on.
Silk tie dyed eggs were the star of my Easter table a few years ago, and I thought I should share again how to make them. I still have some leftover ties, so that I will make new ones again. They are very easy to make and look stunning. It’s a great way to use up old silk ties, blouses, shirts, etc.
These silk ties and naturally dyed Easter eggs are fun to make, inexpensive, and stunning to look at. Happy decorating!