Hi! It’s Aimée and Bettijo here from Paging Supermom. Are you as excited for spring as we are? Since we’re enjoying spring flowers and completely obsessed with EOS lip balms, we combined the two to create the perfect gift for teachers and friends.
While any colors of the EOS balms would look cute as the center of the flower on the printable, we opted for the Strawberry Sorbet, Summer Fruit and Honeysuckle Honeydew because the pink and green colors coordinate perfectly. We love EOS lip balms because they’re organic and packaged in beautiful colors — plus they’re ball-shaped which makes it super easy to find at the bottom of a messy handbag. (Not that our handbags are ever disorganized…)
Hi Tatertots and Jello fans! It’s Taryn from Design, Dining and Diapers. Are you ready for Easter? It’s just a few short days away. If you are looking for an easy favor for your Easter brunch or a cute way to tie up that Easter candy, I have a solution for you!
Today, I’m sharing a FREE Easter Gift Tag in a couple of different colors. Just download and print!
I uploaded the file into my Silhouette program and then used it to cut the labels into perfect circles. Super easy and inexpensive way to add a little personalization to your treats.
Did y’all know I was from Kentucky? Well this time of year in the Bluegrass all we talk about is Derby! Of course we’ve all heard of the mint julep cocktail and this Derby Pie cookie bar would be perfect to serve up for your Derby party (it’s the first Saturday in May;) If you’ve never had one consider doing one this year! It is a great time to celebrate spring and have some fun “betting” games during the day of “race for the roses.”
A traditional Derby Pie has a shortbread crust…. I decided to do a graham cracker crust instead. I wanted to create a lighter version of the traditional Derby Pie. This recipe does call for a touch of bourbon… you can feel free to leave that out if that’s not in your taste. It does at a nice little hint of sweet directly from the bluegrass state:) As we say in Kentucky Go baby Go!
Hello Tatertots and Jello readers! It’s me, Melissa from the Polka Dot Chair. Today I’m going to share with you a tutorial on how to make one of my “go-to” travel items, a snap-up infinity scarf.
I purchased a similar scarf at a very popular athletics store a few years ago and drug it around everywhere with me. When it was time for a new scarf I decided that instead of purchasing a new one, that I would just make one instead.
I love this infinity travel scarf because it is perfect for road trips and airplane rides. When snapped up the scarf just looks like a normal infinity scarf, but unsnap it and you have blanket for an airplane or a shawl for long car rides. Mine goes with me every time I travel. I especially love it when I’m traveling during the summer and it’s too warm to take a blanket or coat on an airplane. Those planes can get very cold! You can even adjust the snaps so that it doesn’t fall off of you when you move around on the plane.
Hi everyone! Kiki from Kiki and Company here to share another free printable with you this month. I LOVE Easter time. I know today is all about green, but I want to get you all excited about pastels today. Ha! One of my kiddos favorite things to do is to play with little characters. I have made them little puppets through all stages of their life, so today I thought I’d add an Easter set to their collection!
They are SO easy to make and would perfect to add to your Easter baskets this year.