Tag: Easter

SPRING FEVER DIYS

5 years ago

Who has Spring Fever raise your hand! This weeks DIY roundup of full of colorful Easter creations and wearable art. Get ready to add some festive color to your life and maybe make a treasure along the way.

Spring Fever DIY Roundup by Trinkets in Bloom

GOLDEN EGG CUPS

8 years ago

These golden egg cups are a quick last minute Easter idea, that you can make with things you probably already have around the house.

They’re a fun addition to your Easter egg dying and really show off your creations.

Golden Egg Cups DIY

FLORAL EASTER BASKET

8 years ago

One of the cutest things about Easter is watching all the kids in their fancy Easter clothes, running around with baskets almost as big as them hunting for eggs. This basket is no exception, with large flowers covering the basket it’s sure to be the hit of the Easter parade!

Floral Easter Basket DIY

PEEP WREATH DIY

8 years ago

For as long as I can remember some of my fondest Easter basket memories have involved peeps (and reeses peanut butter eggs but not attaching with tooth picks to a wreath eww!)

So I really jumped at the chance to incorporate a brightly colored sugar bird with my holiday décor.

(But honestly its all I can do not to swipe one as I walk by.)

Peep Wreath DIY

PEEPTINI

8 years ago

The Peeptini, what can I say it had to be done.

Easter is right around the corner and this weekend I’ll be working on lots of great projects for Easter and for the upcoming week. I hope everyone has a great weekend and let me know what you’ll be working on. Get crafty!
See below the pic for my perfect Cosmopolitan recipe!

PeeptiniFor my Peeptini I made one of my favorite drinks the Cosmopolitan, but of course you can make any drink you like. The cute alligator napkins are from Lilly Pulitzer.

Here’s my recipe for the perfect Cosmopolitan:

2 oz. Vodka, plain or citron flavored
1 oz. Triple Sec
1 oz. Cranberry juice
1/2 oz. Rose’s lime juice or you can use fresh lime juice
If you like, frost the rim of your chilled glass by moistening with a little cranberry juice, then dipping the rim into granulated sugar. Shake (never stir) all ingredients with ice and strain into a chilled glass. Salut!
Have a great weekend!