When we were growing up we would dip our eggs into a vinegar mixture to color them traditional pastel Easter colors…it was pretty basic. But now in the era of the Pinterest, Facebook and Blogging you can find funky, unique and extremely creative ways to decorate your eggs! Here are a few we plan to try out this year:
Ombre. Fill your container about ¼ of the way full with dye, soak the egg for a few minutes and then add a little more water, let soak and repeat until the egg is covered!
Dipped. Cover egg in tacky glue and roll in sprinkles (or glitter!)
Tied. Wrap an egg in an old silk tie and boil in vinegar for about 10 minutes!
Lacy. Cut off a piece of lace and tie it around your egg and dip it in your color of choice!
Note!: However you decide to decorate your eggs make sure to hard boil them first or you are in for quite the mess. Mix a few together (like Ombre and Lacy!) or try one of the above; either way you are sure to wow at your Easter Sunday egg hunt! We hope you and your loved ones have a wonderful Easter either making new traditions or enjoying the old ones!
With warmer weather just around the corner it is time to shed those layers, pack the sweaters away and dust off your summer wardrobe! Lightweight fabrics, bright colors and sandals are just a few of the things to look forward to. We understand that not everyone has a ton of extra cash to splurge with so today we are going to be highlighting a few of the wardrobe staples that can keep your spring attire on trend, even if you are a mama on a budget!
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With budding trees, blooming flowers and sunshine we shed our winter layers and refresh our wardrobes but how many of you ladies out there change the make-up you wear? Winter is a great time to wear warm, dark colors but once spring blooms it is a great time to not just lighten up your wardrobe but your make-up, too. Today we are going to be discussing the top makeup trends for spring!