Friday, March 27, 2015


When I saw these "shower puff/bath puff" wreaths popping up all over the place I just knew I had to try one.

Not only was it EASY but it cost less than $3 to make!
$3, people!!!

I love the look of the deco mesh wreaths but let's be honest they are not THAT cheap to make. (Plus once you start buying the deco consumes you until you have ALL THE COLORS!)

This wreath gives you the FULL and FLUFFY aka FROU FROU look of a deco mesh wreath WITHOUT THE price tag or hassle.

You will need:
(3) shower puffs *I purchased mine from Wal-Mart 2 for .97 cents
a clothes hanger
plastic eggs (optional)

Watch the video :)

I love it! 

DIY Easter Decor for $10 or LESS!

I finally finished decorating for Easter. I don't like to spend a whole lot of money on seasonal decor so DOLLAR TREE TO THE RESCUE!

I always head to Dollar Tree or search through the Dollar bins at Wal-Mart and Target when it comes time to change up the mantle area for holidays.

My list was short:

Plastic Eggs
Jelly Beans


Learn more about the decorations here:

Friday, March 20, 2015

Easter Bunny hair clip DIY | Cute bunny ears just in time for Easter HOW TO

I love bunnies. I love carrots. I love eggs. I love baskets filled with goodies!!
I love it all. Most of all? I love WARMER WEATHER!!!
Can I get an AMEN?

The shelves are stocked with my favorite little peanut butter eggs so that means THE EASTER BUNNY MUST COME SOON :)

Your little one needs some cute bunny ears. Don't you agree?

Try these:

*There's also a really easy "bunny" clip included at the end :)

Supplies used:

1.5" grosgrain ribbon
3/8" grosgrain ribbon
mini pom poms, sequin buttons
hair clips
Stiffen Quik spray (optional)

Need ribbon sources?
Check out some of the ladies in my most recent haul videos. I adore them all.


PinsDAY! I try Pudding Pop SURPRISE EGGS

My Kennedy is a TRUE "egg head". She has become quite obsessed with watching the "surprise egg" videos on Youtube. Not only does she enjoy watching the videos but she LOVE LOVE LOVES anything egg related. You should see her stash of plastic eggs. They are taking over my house.

So, I just HAD to try the Pudding Pop Surprise Eggs this week.

Original source: Pudding Eggs

Watch my video here:

These were pretty good. I felt like a kid again (sorta). Anyone remember Jello Pudding Pops? I miss those :/  The kids enjoyed them! 


I used the large eggs. Next time I would definitely use the "regular" size. I think that would be a more appropriate amount of pudding for the kids.

Be VERY careful when drilling those holes! I only broke 6.

Use a dropper to dispense the pudding **LESS MESS

 Don't forget to tape up the holes on the top egg piece! You don't want the pudding coming back out.