Easter Centerpiece Inspirations for Cheerful Table Settings

I love setting a nice table and with Easter on it's way I've been looking for some inspirations about how I want to decorate my tablescape this Easter season. Here are some beautiful centerpieces for Easter I found and love. Which is your favorite? A simple but fun homemade Easter decoration, there are two Easter egg decoration tutorials in this Easter Egg Tree post - one to create the handing egg ornaments and one to create the open, lacey eggs. So cute! Easter Vases for Table Centerpieces 1. I love this jelly bean filled vase of tulips - perfect for a cheerful Easter centerpiece display from Moore From the Heart. 2. A great kid's Easter craft, these paper flowers are a charming spring vase from Inside my Hideaway. 3. Small flowers set into colored egg shell vases from Martha … [Read more...]

Eggcellent Dyed Deviled Eggs for Easter!

Hoppy Easter, ya'll! I am so excited for this time of year to be here already. I love all the beautiful spring colors all around, the lovely flowers in bloom and not to mention lots and lots of candy to be eaten! When I am not dreaming of chocolate, I am doing my best to consider other food groups that can be delicious, as well for a fun time with family and friends. One of my favorite party dishes is deviled eggs. Not only are the pretty quick to whip up, they are also usually guaranteed to please any crowd. I am positive that all your guests will absolutely love this fun finger food and keep coming back for more! For this dyed deviled egg recipe, I want to put a spin on your traditional ingredients as well as make the Easter bunny proud with some fun colors. They are all the fun of … [Read more...]

Chocolate Nest Desserts for Easter

Nothing says Easter like chocolate bird's nests. Yes, that may sound a little cruel, but it's certainly better than eating a poor little chocolate bunny, right? This collection of chocolate nest desserts come in all shapes and sizes. Which one do you like best? Take your pick! 1. Chocolate Thumbprint Nests by The Curvy Carrot These thumbprint chocolate cookies have the perfect shape that is fit for chocolate eggs. Their chocolate sprinkle covered coating makes them look so authentic! 2. Easter Nest Chocolate Doughnuts by Baking Me Something Good Baked doughnuts are probably the most delicious and healthified thing I've ever seen. Covering them with decorative frosting to make them 'nest-like' is just perfect! 3. No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Robins' Nests … [Read more...]

The Easter Tree

This Easter tree is a simple decoration for the season, while also providing fun entertainment for the whole family. Balloon and Glue Yarn Eggs To make the eggs for the bottom of the tree, you will need the following: balloon embroidery floss (or yarn) glue water (mix equal parts of both water and glue) - Just throw both in a bowl and stir until it is well mixed. 1. Blow up your balloons. You want them to be smallish and a little oval. Seriously... this will be the hardest thing of this project (blowing air into small balloons = hard). 2. Take a color of floss and submerge it in your glue water. Just let it fall where it may. If you try to neatly wrap it and then submerge it, it becomes a knotted mess -- getting knots out of very wet and sticky string is not … [Read more...]

Kids Easter Crafts

It's nearly Easter again!  Here at Blissfully Domestic, we love Easter crafts and spring crafts for kids.  Take a quick stroll back with me through memory lane and let's look together at all the fantastic kids Easter crafts we've featured in the past or ideas we think you can use with your family! Stained Glass Easter Egg Craft This stained glass Easter egg craft is fun for all with tissue paper, card stock and glue sticks.  You could even add a little bit of glitter for that Easter magic if you're feeling sparkly! Crafty Recycled Easter Baskets Get your green on by scavenging through the house to find elements for these fun and pretty upcycled Easter baskets! Coloring Easter Eggs Naturally Not a fan of store-bought Easter egg dyes?  Not a problem!  Learn to dye your Easter … [Read more...]

Stained Glass Easter Egg Craft

Easter is just around the corner, get in the spirit with this Stained Glass Easter Egg craft. This craft is fun for toddlers on up. Plus, you won't have dozens of eggs to eat when you are done. Supplies Egg pattern (download the PDF pattern) White or ivory cardstock, 8.5 x 11 Tissue paper in multiple colors (pinks, blues, yellows and greens work best) Scissors Glue stick Optional: glitter Optional: laminating paper Hole puncher Ribbon Assemble Cut the tissue paper into multiple shapes. Rectangle, squares, triangles, circles, ovals, etc. They don't have to be perfect. Make both large and small shapes. Print out the egg pattern on the white or ivory cardstock paper. Have your child glue the pieces of tissue paper onto the egg with the glue stick. They can glue as … [Read more...]