Easter Place Cards

Today I have linked some different sites that have great place cards that you can use for Easter.


Paper and Cake always has great options for downloadable prints like these pink and green Easter treats.


This place card is made from stamps from Impress Rubber Stamps.


Martha Stewart explains how to make a Grassy Place Card.


Celebrations gives directions on making Nest Place Cards with real eggs.


You can still order these cute Hand-Painted Basket Place Holders.


Be sure to check out the Easter Place Card Robin Nests at No Fuss Fabulous.  They explain how to make these festive place cards for you.

Be sure to make your guests feel special when they sit down to their Easter meal by using special place cards that you can also send home with them as a little gift.

Published in: on April 6, 2009 at 6:00 am  Comments (2)  

Easter EGGstravaganza

Easter eggs are used in so many ways at Easter.  Here are some tips for decorating and using eggs in many different ways.

These Beribonned Beauties are made with paint and crafty trims.


These paper eggs will brighten up your room and are easy to make.


Martha Stewart shares ideas on how to make Egg Ornaments and Jeweled Eggs for an Easter tree.

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Here is a recipe for Golden Chocolate Easter Eggs using gold dust to enhance the look of the eggs.


Allrecipes also has some other tips for decorating eggs like the Flower Vase Egg, the Disco Egg and the Word Egg.

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Whether you are decorating eggs or making Easter recipes with eggs, don’t forget all of the different options that you have to use eggs for this festive season.

Published in: on April 1, 2009 at 6:00 am  Comments (1)  

Easter and Spring Wreaths

Wreaths are great to use for decorating inside or outside.  You can hang them in a variety of places or incorporate them into a beautiful tablescape.  Here are some Easter wreaths that will enhance any space.

This Wreath with a Nest will definitely greet guests at your front door.


The Millefleur Wreath creates an English cottage garden look.  If you are crafty, you could make this type of wreath using colorful spring flowers.


I have made a Speckled Egg Wreath like this one from Pier One but unfortunately it was destroyed in our last move and I am running late on making a new one!


I love daisies and these colors are sure to brighten anyone’s day.  This would be great to hang or place on a table with a candle or vase in the middle of it.


I hope these wreaths add a festive touch to your Spring and Easter decor.

Published in: on March 27, 2009 at 6:00 am  Comments (1)  

Decorating for Easter

Easter is such a fun time to decorate.  Everything is so colorful and vibrant at this time of the year.  Hear are some ideas to help you get started with your Easter decorating.

Use Easter candy to enhance the look of your spring flowers.  This centerpiece uses two vases and brightly colored jelly beans.


Another idea using a vase or jar is this Easter Egg Vase.


This table uses disposable doilies as an elegant cover for your table.


I love this Flower Votive Candle that you can easily make yourself.


This Wheat Grass Centerpiece is a great way to bring the outdoors inside.


Let these ideas inspire you to celebrate the Easter season by brightening your house with spring decorations.

Published in: on March 25, 2009 at 6:00 am  Comments (5)  


If you haven’t heard of Garnish, you definitely need to check out there great products and their fresh ideas for using their products.  You can use their products in a variety of ways for wedding showers, baby showers and other celebrations.

Here is their “Eggs”-tra Special Easter Garnish inspiration.


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Another one of my favorite ideas is their Children’s Party Table.  Be sure to look closely at the sunshine tubes filled with Legos.  What a great idea for kids!


Let your creative side take over and use Garnish for great ideas and products for your upcoming party plans!!

Published in: on March 23, 2009 at 6:26 am  Comments (3)  

Outdoor Celebrations

I have spring fever right now and I can’t get enough of the beautiful weather today.  I just want to be outside which leads me to my post for today which is outdoor celebrations.  I came across these ideas from Country Living to take the party outside.

This is a great spring tablescape using bales of hay for seating.


Sunflowers just make me happy and these sunflower cupcakes would be a tasty spring treat.


A simple tablecloth with vibrant flowers dress this picnic table up with little effort.


No matter what your theme is, take the party outside and enjoy some beautiful weather.

Published in: on March 18, 2009 at 6:19 am  Comments (3)  

Green Theme

Green can used in so many ways.  Of course, it is the main color to decorate with for St. Patrick’s Day but it is also great to use for weddings, baby showers and many other events.

Here are some ways to incorporate green into your celebration.

This Cuppa Fun brings a cheerful look to the table.


Colin Cowie always is inspirational with his tablescapes and ideas like this one he used for an intimate birthday dinner.

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Crate and Barrel has a Spring Green selection that includes dinnerware, vases and many other things to choose from.


This is a Modern Nature theme found in D Magazine for a Mother Nature wedding theme.


There are many possibilities for the color green so let your imagination go and “Go Green”.

Published in: on March 13, 2009 at 6:00 am  Comments (3)  

Spring Forward

This weekend it is time to Spring forward and I always look forward to Spring.  Here are some ideas for some bright, cheerful spring centerpieces.

This grassy centerpiece from Rachel Ray will be great to create for Spring or as an Easter arrangement.


Use a serving tray to display this arrangement of Lovely Lilacs.


Create a Spring centerpiece out of wood blocks and scrapbooking materials like this from BHG.


I love this tablescape from Brides.com.  My favorite thing are the votives floating in the marigolds.


Use a cake stand and a foam ball to create this flower arrangement from Country Living.


With Spring around the corner, use these great ideas to brighten the mood at your house or at a celebration.

Published in: on March 6, 2009 at 6:00 am  Leave a Comment  

Be Creative With Lemons

I am anxiously awaiting spring and these lemon ideas seemed to brighten the mood.  Lemons can be used in so many ways when you are decorating.

With Easter around the corner, this is a great way to use lemons with your decor.  Simply find a wreath, vine or a birds nest from a craft store and arrange small lemons in it.


I can’t wait to make this arrangement that Chris from Celebrations at Home found from Rachel Ray.  It is actually made from Jello.


Sandra Lee made lemon topiaries to go with her glass canister of lemonade.


Toast and Tables also had some great ideas for using lemons.



Don’t throw away your lemons!  Be sure to keep them for beautiful decorations that will brighten your day and everyone around you.

Published in: on March 2, 2009 at 6:00 am  Comments (1)