Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Spring Tea Light Flower Lollipops

I whipped up a quick little gift that could be for Easter, Mother's Day, as a hostess gift or Thank you.  I think they are sweet and they sure go together fast.
 Here are the easy steps:
1.  Use a scented tea light with a plastic base.  Hot Glue a small lollipop stick to the back of the tea light.

2.  Put the tea light in a small plastic treat bag (or clear cellophane) and tie it at the bottom with green ribbon.

3.  Repeat the steps for 2 more tea lights and fill a small clay pot with floral foam and easter grass or moss.       Push the lollipop stick into the foam at different angels for each one.

Ta have a sweet little tea light lollipop bouquet!

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Hostess with the Mostess� - Mini Blueberry Turnovers

Well, the Hostess with the Mostess did it again.  This recipe looks great for Easter brunch.  Easy and ymmy that's what I LOVE.  check it out.  I love this site!
Oh, I forgot to mention, it can me made ahead and saved in the fridge until baking. I like that too. Enjoy.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Felt flower tutorial

These felt flowers are wonderful.  This video tutorial is very easy to follow.  The yarn wreath is so cute.  Thanks to The Scrap Shoppe for sharing.  Enjoy!

Monday, March 15, 2010

Festive Potted Pinwheels

Festive Potted Pinwheels
Pinwheels are a sure sign of sunny days to come.  The bright colors are so inviting.  These are easy to make and great to give as a little gift for kids or adults and they make great decorations in flower pots as a centerpiece or on the front porch. 

Friday, March 12, 2010

The Gathering Place Design: Sharing A Little Spring

The Gathering Place Design: Sharing A Little Spring
With the time changing this weekend, it feels like spring must be just around the corner.  When I saw this front door floral pocket from The Gathering Place Design, I just had to share it.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

* Remodelaholic: Book Bag Literally, Tutorial

* Remodelaholic: Book Bag Literally, Tutorial
This purse is actually an old book that has been transformed.  Check out the tutorial.  It's very thorough and doesn't look too difficult.  Thanks to Remodelaholic for sharing:)

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Going Coastal

We just got back from the Washington Coast and I'm trying to hang onto that relaxed coastal feeling as long as I can.  Maybe by sharing these pictures we took I can share the feeling with you.  The pictures of the row of houses is the little town of Seabrook.  We had a wonderful lunch at the Front Street Cafe.

My Etsy Mini Shop Link

My Etsy Shop