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Monday, April 24, 2017

Teacher Appreciation Week 2017 is the first full week in May ~ The best teacher gifts in a jar and believe there is a jar with your teachers name on it!

Thanks for Helping me “Grow:” Succulents in a Jar – Succulent plants are ALL THE CRAZE right now! So it goes without saying, we are totally loving this modern teacher appreciation gift idea from Lolly Jane! They used real succulents, but you can use fake ones like these to make it a little easier. They have even provided a printable tag to go along with this great gift in a jar!

 Apple Gumballs in a Jar – This is such an adorable teacher appreciation gift in a jar! Create this fun idea from Bloom Designs for your child’s teacher this year!

Friday, April 7, 2017

Easter Treats You Should Hop to Making Right Now ~ If you've been looking for the best springtime cupcakes, snacks and sweets, well you've come to right spot! Here you'll find all sorts of favorites, from chocolate "nests" to peeps pizza....yep Peeps and Pizza, what could be a better Easter combo🐰🍕 ?!?!

Bunny Cups for the Win! Kids {and adults alike☺} will rave over these pudding snacks and you may get the title of Mom of the Year.

Psst! These carrots are actually chocolate-covered strawberries in disguise. Go ahead and eat more "vegetables." Recipe

Bunny Bum Bons? These cake balls are seriously worth the extra effort. Look at them😍  Recipe

Easter Decorations That Bring Spring Cheer ~ Candy colored eggs, crisp tulips and bunny miniatures, Oh My! you'll find all of these traditional Easter elements in this series of homemade decorations, upgraded to springtime perfection.

To make this tower of treats, tape cut-to-fit craft paper around two empty 32-ounce yogurt cartons. Hot-glue an upside-down carton inside a large orchard basket, then glue a medium basket on top. Repeat with other carton and small basket. Fill with faux grass and goodies.

If you're handy with a sewing machine, these colorful paper place cards can be made in three easy steps. Tutorial here.

For a delicate (and edible) centerpiece, push branches into foam inside a white-chocolate basket and hang chocolate eggs by a thread looped through the foil. Elevate basket and surround with grass and Easter treats.