Spring Egg Centerpiece

Do you have left over decorated eggs from Easter?  Here is a great centerpiece that you can make for the spring and use the eggs that you already have!

Photo from Better Homes and Gardens

Decorating Easter Eggs

Easter eggs are not just dyed different colors anymore!  There are so many creative ways to decorate your eggs.  You can get very elaborate with your decorations or you can keep it more simple for the kids to do.  Here are some fun ideas for you to do before Easter.


Alisa Burke has some great everyday ways to decorate eggs like using bubble wrap, q-tips and sharpie pens.

Family Fun shares a great way to use crayons to decorate eggs.

Chalkboard paint eggs are great fun for kids that like to draw and decorate over and over again.

Urban Comfort has some creative ways to make patterned eggs using fabric, lace and cloth.

I am looking forward to using this idea from Real Simple this year.  Wrap rubber bands around the eggs to create fun patterns as you dye them.

Enjoy your time creating your eggs and I hope that everyone has a wonderful Easter weekend!

Easter Candy “Spirits”

Whether you are planning an Easter breakfast, brunch or dinner, you can add to the celebration with these Easter candy cocktails.  These recipes all use traditional Easter candy but it also might be great to buy them on sale after Easter and use them for a nice Spring drink.

Jelly Bean Martini

Cadbury Egg Martini

Peeps Martini

Peeps Stuffed Jello Shot

Tequila Peeprise

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