Easter is such a special holiday for my family, and today I wanted to share a little bit about why I love Easter. I’m also sharing some Easter dinner ideas including a pack of free Easter decorations I created to make your Easter dinner beautiful, meaningful and totally easy to pull off!
In the past we’ve shared lots of Easter ideas, but this year I wanted to design a set of Easter decorations focused on the Savior and the important reason we celebrate this holiday.
The kit includes a decorative banner, placemats, placecards, napkin rings, party flags and more. My family has a big, Easter brunch, but these pieces would also be perfect to dress up your Easter dinner or use them for an egg decorating party or egg hunt.
It’s no secret that we love printables. We share lots of these freebies because they make it easy to create crafts and decor to get your home feeling festive fast, and that’s always a #SupermomMoment for us.
A set of bunny ears for each child is so fun for your Easter Egg Decorating Party or Hunt, and here is a round up of our favorite designs from around the web. Click the links below to go download the file.
Everyone from our kids to our other mommy friends went wild for the EOS ornament gift card we shared at Christmas. So when the idea struck me that the EOS lip balm would look just like a bunny’s tail, so Aimee whipped up this cute free Easter Bunny printable card. Plus we have 13 other free Easter printables to share from some of our blogging buddies.
Having a daughter (along with two, wild boys) is a joy that I cherish everyday. She is the epitome of a girly girl. With her love of fashion, glitter and all things fabulously pink, it’s no wonder she absolutely adores Fancy Nancy.
If you’ve ever read the books you know that Nancy is one extraordinary girl with a fabulous wardrobe. We are slightly obsessed with the books, as in we have every single one that’s ever been released. We even threw a Fancy Nancy party for her third birthday. The fact that she adores the books so much may have started from the time we began reading them when she was barely one year old. Yes, a little young but she wobbled her way right up to a display at Barnes & Noble one day and grabbed the book off the shelf. We took it home that day and so began a love for Fancy Nancy and her vibrant wardrobe. Over the years her fascination with Fancy Nancy has only grown and we don’t expect it to dissipate anytime soon. Which I’m completely fine with since I adore the books as much as she does.
My daughter recently asked what a quill was and once I explained it to her she exclaimed that Fancy Nancy has one! When the girls from Paging Supermom asked me to contribute to their book series, I knew exactly what we wanted to create. These Fancy Nancy Plume Pens are fun to make for a birthday party or a fabulous writing utensil for their journals. Today I’m going to share a quick tutorial on how to make your own.