Posts Categorized: holiday

Food + holiday + Projects / Wednesday, 21 Jun 2017

DIY Floral Ice Cubes for the Fourth

DIY Floral ice cubes

With Fourth of July fast approaching, chances are you’ve got some sort of picnic, BBQ, pool party, or gathering in the works! All of which are great excuses to put a little extra pizazz into your party preparation! Nothing is more refreshing that an ice cold beverage in the sweltering summer heat. So to ensure that your drinks stay frosty and adorable, we’ve got some special DIY floral ice cubes for the fourth! Filled with edible blue and white flowers and garnished with some red berries, these are sure to make any beverage 4th of July worthy. Adding blueberries or raspberries would make another great addition. I’m thinking dropped in some lemonade muddled with berries would be the perfect combination!

DIY after the jump!

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DIY + holiday + Style / Wednesday, 14 Jun 2017

Lady Liberty Flower Crowns

Lady Liberty Flower CrownsFourth of July is fast approaching and I’m already thinking about how I’m going to celebrate. Holidays require looking your best, but I’ve never been one to go for the traditional flag t-shirt and denim shorts. This year I looked to Lady Liberty for some patriotic inspiration and came up with some red, white, and blueLady Liberty flower crowns! You can’t look your best without a crown, am I right? Ask any royal out there, and I can assure you they’d agree. With little more than fresh flowers, you can create a headpiece even Lady Liberty would be proud of!

Lady Liberty Flower Crowns

Take a page from Lady Liberty’s book and make red, white, and blue Lady Liberty Flower crowns!

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Father's Day + Food + holiday + Party / Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Father’s Day Sport Donuts

Father's Day Sports DonutsAm I the only one that struggles with deciding what to get the men in their life for Father’s Day? When you’re young, a nice hand-drawn picture would do the trick, but once you hit your twenties, that’s not really acceptable anymore. So what do you get a guy for Father’s Day? The problem is, I’ll less familiar with the things that most people associate with “manly” things. I do know, however, that almost all men, with very rare if any, exceptions, LOVE food. In particular, donuts. Donuts decorated like sports? You’ve hit the jackpot. So don’t worry about making a trip to the hardware store and educating yourself on the newest power tools. Just buy some donuts and dress them up a bit! Nestled in a faux-grass lined bakery box and topped with printable sports pennants just for dad, these sport donuts will leave everyone swooning, and your dad drooling!

Father's Day sports donuts

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Crafts + DIY + holiday + Projects / Wednesday, 29 Mar 2017

Easter 2017 Project Roundup

Easter Crafts Round up

Easter is one of my favorite holidays. It comes at such a happy time of the year! Flowers are blooming, the days are longer, the sun lingers, and gardens are planted. It’s a time of rebirth and fresh starts, which means it’s also a perfect time for crafts and projects! We’ve created an Easter 2017 Project roundup of our favorite Easter projects from the past few years in hopes that you’ll find something so inspire you this Easter season!

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Crafts + DIY + holiday / Tuesday, 28 Mar 2017

Paper Carrot Treat Box

Paper Carrot Treat Box

In the church I attend, we are encouraged to befriend others in our congregation by going on monthly visits, sharing a message of hope, and just taking time to show love. It is an initiative that I can definitely get behind. Additionally, I’m a big fan of showing love through gifts and service so I often share treats with friends and neighbors for holidays or just for fun! This Easter, I wanted something simple and festive that I could easily throw together and deliver. There is nothing better than a handful of Cadbury eggs this time of year (did you hear they have a cookies and cream version!), and tucked inside a printable paper carrot treat box? The Easter bunny has nothing on you.

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