Save all the plastic Easter Eggs! And create these adorable tea cups. Read more
According to a study published in the June 2003 issue of “Conservation Biology,” there are 561 known butterfly species in the US and Canada, while there are only 56 butterfly species remaining in British counties, as a result of disappearing habitat. Not only are these insects beautiful, they’re important pollinators and vital to the health of their natural habitats. You can encourage these gentle creatures to visit your garden by using easy-to-make butterfly food and feeders.
If you are looking for a fun yet inexpensive art project then look no further. This water gun painting project was a blast and such a nice change of pace from the regular painting that we usually do! Read more
It is actually really simple to make sidewalk chalk. It’s just a little messy. It makes for a perfect outdoor weekend craft idea, though. Read more
I absolutely love the tulips around town, but this year, the daffodils have really caught my eye. There seem to be big patches of them everywhere I turn and I can’t complain. They are vibrant yellow and have such an interesting shape. Read more
Do you have Spring fever yet? You just might after checking out this super easy, and super fun craft idea for Easter. Read more
What do you get when you combine salty pretzels with the sweet taste of caramel and milk chocolate then top it off with a crunchy almond? Cute and tasty Easter butterfly treats!
Take a page from the grade-school activity book with these delicate candy dishes, made using shredded brown lunch bags and sheets from an old dictionary. You can also use these nests to corral your decorated Easter eggs. Read more
These Easter bunny shaped crayons are so cute and will give the kids hours of coloring fun! This craft is a great way to recycle those old crayons you have lying around the house!
It’s starting to feel a bit like spring around here and it’s time to bring out the soft colors after the dormancy of winter! Read more