First up is actually a new blog I just found. I love to try new recipes - especially easy, but good recipes. When I started reading through the posts on Val So Cal I started drooling and kept on going. I already through all of her posts and copied the recipes I want to try so I can put them in the "recipes to try" section of my recipe binder. Make sure and check out her site - you might find something you like too!
This next one is a really
cute rugged fishing game for boys (not that girls can't play) by Frugal Decor Mom. This is something I really want to make for my boys . . .I hope I can remember :-)
I do like this Easter idea because it is easy and cheap - plus it would be cute as a centerpiece. It is an Egg Bouquet by Ms Not So Perfect (I like that name!). It looks really easy but makes a big impact.Scissors and spatulas shares a really adorable idea for a baby shower favor. She found the boxes at Hobby lobby and than shares a really good popcorn recipe to fill the boxes with for the favor. I think the next time I'm in Hobby Lobby I'll have to look for these - I have a few friends expecting in the next few months and they would make a cute "thinking of you" idea even a few weeks before they are due!
Crissys Craft gives a very easy to follow, step-by-step tutorial to make these flowers. I think they would be a cute Mother's Day project for older kids to do.
A pretty life in the suburbs. I had to share it because it really is just too cute (and delicious looking!)
Oopsey-daisy shares in this cute post. They are very easy to make and you probably have most of the supplies at home. Instead of fabric, I've picked up clearance cloth napkins to make these as well (at least the ones for fall!)
Come Together Kids
Krafty Kat shares some really neat crafts to make with those plastic eggs which are so inexpensive! (I found them cheaper at Hobby Lobby than the Dollar store too!!)