Easter Baskets. Hold the Baskets.

Easter Baskets. Hold the Baskets.

Growing up, our Easter baskets were these monstrosities that my mom lovingly decorated with ribbons and bows, only to have them shoved back into a box for next year. Well, for my kids, I’ve decided to go a little more subtle with these handmade bags from Ecco...
Easter eggs, hold the sugar high

Easter eggs, hold the sugar high

Nothing like a holiday to make me feel like the harried mom buying last-minute decorations that probably aren’t even worth saving for next year. That’s just bad for my wallet and bad for the earth. So this Easter, I’m ahead of the game, thanks to the...
Felt like Easter

Felt like Easter

Much as I love to color eggs with my kids, there are only so many hard-boiled eggs one family can eat.  And while the plastic eggs aren’t perishable, they aren’t particularly attractive or earth-friendly either.These felted Easter eggs from astashtoys...
Tie dye – get it?

Tie dye – get it?

I’ve always wanted to create fancier dyed Easter eggs, but I have the artistic ability of a preschooler (no offense to any preschoolers). Now, with the Tie-Dye Eggs Kit by Maude + Claude, I can create decorated eggs that make me look like an Easter egg dying...
The luck of the mallow

The luck of the mallow

St Patrick’s day treats don’t exactly inspire me the way say, Halloween or Valentine’s Day treats do. And frankly, some of them just plain freak me out. (I’m looking at you, Shamrock Shake.) So leave it to our friends at The Nibble to point us...
Love is all you need

Love is all you need

Hearts, schmearts. Not every printed proclamation of love needs to involve pink or red or lacy frilly things. Me, I’m digging the screenprinted love poster from Jennifer Ramos of Made by Girl that simply says love. What more do you need?The poster does come in...

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