With Spring here and Easter just around the corner, I thought it would be fun to feature our top trending Easter pins this week. Enjoy!
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These DIY little sock bunnies are ultra cute and they make a great project to do alone or with the kids!
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Wow! This DIY panoramic Easter egg looks so amazing. How fun to design your own little festive scene!
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Celebrate the Easter holiday with these heavenly egg bath bombs with a little confetti surprise!
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Dress up your nails this Easter with adorable pastel designs!
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These DIY easter crayons are a cute filler idea for the egg hunt or a little handmade coloring kit for the kids.
 
 
As a child, it was always our family tradition to dye eggs with my Mom every Easter. Next year, I will be starting this tradition with my own daughter as she will be old enough to partake in the activity. Since we are holding off on the egg dying this year, I want to try a different egg decor project that doesn't actually involve real eggs. While trying to decide what egg craft projects to take on this year, I came across this awesome collection of DIY Easter egg decor ideas that I just have to share with all of you. We actually have some helium left in the tank from my daughter's birthday party, so I think I am going to give the balloon decor a try first. I know my little one will definitely have a blast playing with them! Click the images for full project details.
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Have some fun choosing pastel colors and pretty Spring patterned cardstock to make these 3-dimensional eggs. (craftandcreativity.com)
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All it takes to make these colorful string eggs are water balloons, embroidery floss, and glue! (tinyrottenpeanuts.com)
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If you know your way around the sewing machine, try making this adorable fabric egg decor pieces! (sewmccool.com)
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Use white craft paint to decorate balloon eggs! (balloontime.com)
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Get your hands on some plastic eggs, twine, and a little glue to make these pretty little twine eggs! (pinkwhen.com)
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Paint Styrofoam eggs with craft glue and cover with your favorite colored glitter! (sewandthecity.blogspot.com)
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Pick up some paper mache eggs at your local craft store and paint them with chalkboard paint. Have fun decorating with white and pastel colored pieces of chalk. (oleanderandpalm.com)
 
 
You are sure in for a treat today! See a romantic floral garland made entirely from paper and learn an ingenious way for making use out of leftover frosting!
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Can you believe that these DIY ring pillows require no sewing whatsoever?!
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Don't let that leftover frosting go to waste. Here is a recipe on how to use it to make cookies.
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Use mason jars to display the different cheeses at your next tasting.
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Going gaga over this charming floral paper garland. So many different possibilities with all of the available colors and patterns of cardstock.
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Use paper cones to hold confetti throws in your wedding colors for the grand exit!
 
 
Happy St. Patrick's Day! In honor of the holiday, I have put together a festive collection of tasty snacks and sweets.  
1. Shamrock Pretzel Bites (dimpleprints.com)
2. St. Patrick's Day Puppy Chow (galonamission.com)
3. St. Patrick's Day Rice Krispie Treats With Lucky Charms Marshmallows (classyclutter.net)
4. Minty Shamrock Cheese Ball (cookingonthefrontburners.com)
5. St. Patrick's Day Pistachio Mousse Cups (cravingsofalunatic.com)
6. Leprechaun Crunch (frugalfanatic.com)
7. St. Patrick's Day Fruit Skewers (getcreativejuice.com)
8. Shamrock Tortilla Chips (spicedblog.com)
 
 
I have scouted out a collection of last minute St. Patrick's Day projects that you can use for classroom parties, after-work gatherings, or even for some festive home decor. Click the images to view all of the project details. 
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A free printable lucky shamrock sign that you can display as wall or table decor. (thecraftingchicks.com)
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Add some split peas to a vase and top with a candle for a quick and easy centerpiece. (twotwentyone.net)
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Use different shades and patterns of green cardstock to create these festive hanging paper shamrocks. (hoosierhomemade.com)
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All you need is some green paper and tape to design these 3D paper shamrocks. (howaboutorange.blogspot.com)
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Pull out the paint and a roll of burlap to make this fun St. Patrick's Day banner. (landeeseelandeedo.com)
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Decorate mini pots and add shamrock plants in for a natural decor piece. (themerrythought.com)
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These lucky coin craft letters are such a fun way to display your St. Patrick's Day spirit! (madebymarzipan.com)
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Make these shamrock streamers in just a few simple steps. (sheknows.com)
 
 
I always love when I come across an innovative product backed by a talented designer. My most recent find is Figgie, a design service that specializes in custom hand-painted shoes. The central artist behind Figgie, Deborah Thomson, uses her remarkable artistic talent to carefully design each pair of shoes. These wearable works of art can be personalized for your wedding day with your names, love story, and other important milestones in your relationship. If you aren't tying the knot anytime soon, you can still have your favorite pair of shoes designed with a custom work of art that speaks to who you are. Take a look below at some of the beautiful masterpieces that I have collected from the Figgie portfolio. Visit Figgie to inquire about how you can purchase an original pair of Figgie shoes for your next event or for everyday wear!
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Happy Friday! Our top trending pins this week included DIY balloon Save The Dates and a pretty pastel Spring cake adorned with a variety of candy accents!
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This ombre heart pinata would be a fun activity for the bridal shower!
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Different candy accents blend together to form this pretty pastel cake.
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Such a unique idea; learn how to design your own balloon Save The Dates using a Sharpie.
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A chalkboard tray propped up on a stand serves as a lovely menu or guest welcome sign!
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These Tux & Pearls Oreos are a perfect bridal shower or wedding favor.
 
 
Welcoming the start of the weekend with some Spring floral cocktail inspiration and a super easy DIY project for dressing up ceremony chairs.
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Dress up your place settings by attaching colorful brooches to the napkin folds.
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These cinnamon roll cookies look so delicious. A great idea for a midnight snack at the wedding or really just an anytime snack!
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Floral garnish cocktails are a wonderful way to welcome the Spring and Summer seasons!
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Such a lovely display of hankies for the ceremony. The assortment of colors gives guests the opportunity to choose one that fits with their ensemble!
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Easy way to dress up your ceremony chairs. Knot trailing ribbons in your wedding colors.
 
 
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Finding the perfect gift for your groomsmen isn't always an easy task. Some traditional go-to gifts include cigar sets, mini liquor kits, and engraved pocket watches. But, how about something different for a change that the guys wouldn't necessarily expect? The Dollar Shave Club hits the nail on the head with their elite, yet affordable shaving subscription service. 
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Starting at just $1 per month (plus $2 S&H), you can have a handle and 5 cartridges sent straight to their doors every month. Customize your gifts by upgrading the handles/blades and by adding in extras like shave butter or post-shave moisturizing cream. 

The super easy step-by-step process makes ordering a breeze especially when you have a lot of groomsmen to purchase for. You have the option to customize the subscriptions yourself and cancel the monthly billing whenever you choose OR you can purchase each groomsman a gift card so that he can build his own box according to his interests. 

Click here to start customizing your subscription or click here if you prefer to purchase a gift card. Whichever option you choose, consider gifting your groomsmen early enough so that they can have their first box in time to use for the wedding day!

 
 
The coming of a new season always seems to bring about fresh inspiration. I am welcoming Spring with a collection of innovative alternatives to the classic ring pillow. Which one is your favorite?
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A teacup serves as a unique and lovely addition to the ceremony. (hazelfaire.Etsy.com)
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I especially love this BHLDN seashell box for a beach wedding. It even comes adorned with a little pearl inside for added effect! (samanthamelanson.com)
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This keepsake box serves as a Mr. & Mrs. ring holder for the ceremony and it transforms into a jewelry box after the wedding! (myweddingreceptionideas.com)
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Now this is a truly unique idea; use a vintage pocket watch to hold the rings during the ceremony. (emsdesertrose.Etsy.com)
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I love how this charming book box holds not only the rings but the vows too. A great way to keep everything in one spot for the ceremony! (weddingstar.com)
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This rustic log box is adorned with the couple's initials so that it can serve as a keepsake wedding ring holder after the big day. (Maine Birch Works)
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This Vintage inspired postcard pillow is an innovative twist on the classic ring pillow. (LittleWeeShop.Etsy.com)