Spring daisies are blooming everywhere so why not bring some of those daisies into your kitchen. If you like to crochet then this video will show you how to make some colorful daisy pot holders for your kitchen. :)
Can you believe that these are NOT real Robin Eggs? I had to do a double take and read through the directions to realize that I can actually do these AND so can you! These eggs are dyed in a natural solution, varying the length of time in the dye giving them an ombre of blues. AND the speckles...it is edible metallic gold paint! Who knew there was even such a thing...well, at least I didn't. They are just gorgeous and there is time to get these done before Easter! For the full tutorial posted by Erica on Honestly Yum, simply click on the photo above.
Rachel of I Heart Crafty Things has the tutorial for this adorable Cupcake Liner Chicks project for the kidz to do this spring!!! For the complete tutorial, including the supplies needed to complete, simply click on the photo above.
Well Easter is fast approaching. Oh my....where does the time go! As you probably know by now I am a vintage fan. Actually I love all antiques and vintage. Easter is so colorful with all its pretty pastel colors so I thought I would look on Etsy today to find some Easter vintage items for you. Oh my look at these paper mache Easter egg candy containers from santahauntedboot. I like the old fashion look of these.
Look at the color of this plate! I just love all the pastels. Do you remember Avon plates? This is one of them from basicallyBaca. I think my mom had a few of those Avon collectible plates..hmmmmm.
Oh such cute little birds from PurpleHousePicks! I just love these little guys! They are little salt and pepper shakers just love their expressions. I collect salt and paper shakers of all kinds of cute things maybe I should add this to my collection. What do you think?
And of course Easter wouldn't be Easter without an Easter basket. And look at this one from jeanneelmer it has all those vintage Easter picks also that you can use for cupcakes. :)
Lots of pretty colors in this Easter items isn't there. Hope everyone has a great Easter with family and friends!
Today's Featured Artist is Kara of Kara's Vineyard Wedding. All of Kara's products are designed and handmade by her in sunny San Diego, CA. She takes great care with her unique, one-of-a-kind work and handles everything from start to finish. To see the beautiful items Kara has created in her shop, simply click on the photos below.
Rustic Place Card Holders
Wine Bottle Stopper Wedding Favor
Kara also has a Wedding Planning Podcast that is completely free and will be a great asset as you plan your wedding. Click on the photo below to visit her podcast site.
Tulips, tulips, tulips everywhere. Such a pretty spring flower! They come in all shapes, sizes and colors. So it's time to add some color to your home decor so let's do it by making one of these Tulip Wreaths from The Frugal Homemaker. Look at all the pretty colors in this wreath or you can do some pinks, yellows and blues. The colors are endless and it looks fairly easy. Why not give it a try. :)