I hope you are enjoying a lovely Easter long weekend with family. I know I am!
I’ll see you back here next week with the big kitchen reveal – woot!
In the spirit of the season, here’s my latest tutorial up on Polka Dot Bride. Again, it’s wedding-oriented but of course you can put any kind of message inside.
Do you have any plans for the Easter long weekend? We’ll be in Hawaii so this will be the extent of my Easter crafts this year. You can find more fun ideas over on my Easter Pinterest board.
Back when I showed you my blue and gold handpainted eggs, I mentioned that it was my first attempt at decorating Easter eggs. What I may not have told you is that it was also the first time I have put up any kind of decor for Easter.
Fast forward a few weeks and I realised I needed to work out a way to store my new holiday decorations. A recycled egg carton was perfect! They’re now protected until next year.
P.S. It’s the last day of the month, which means there’s a new Book Nook coming up. If you haven’t already, check out the review of April’s feature book Mom, Inc. and let me know what you thought of it!
Has Easter snuck up on you this year like it has me? It’s quite early this year so it’s well and truly time to be thinking about your plans for the long weekend.
If you’re entertaining at home, why not try this cute decoupaged egg idea?
The bunnies were borrowed from a friend (she bought them from the toy section of a bargain shop and spraypainted them), the egg cups and napkins were bargain finds from Target and the flowers are inexpensive carnations so all-in-all a very budget-friendly setup for your Easter lunch!
Find the tutorial over on Polka Dot Bride.
I will be taking a super dooper long weekend, with the Easter public holidays and also Anzac Day being commemorated here on Tuesday, so I will see you back here on Wednesday.
It’s also my brother’s engagement party over the weekend, which will be awesome fun. Whatever you’re up to, I hope you have a lovely Easter, dearies!