Hello there! My greatest wish is that you and your family are staying healthy and happy during this particularly challenging time for most or perhaps all of us.
On a lighter note, with Spring and Easter right around the corner, I’ve created a few lists on Amazon with some fun Easter basket and filler ideas for toddlers to tweens.
First up, some great ideas for toddlers. Our littlest is almost two and a half, so this list was created with him in mind, but it could most definitely be suitable for both boys and girls, ages 1 to 4.
Below are some of the things that I have recently added to that list, but click here for the entire list. Items will also continue to be added between now and Easter. Yay!
Link to all of the items above by accessing my “Easter – Littles” Amazon list.
Stay wishful and well! xoxo
(Spring has been in full swing here this week here in the Midwest – my apologies for the rainy day photos.)
Not sure I’ll ever outgrow paper flowers or paper anything for that matter! When sprucing up for Spring and cleaning out my workroom in the basement I found one of these tissue paper garlands that I’d used to decorate for Tate’s first birthday party. I was at first just going to hang it as bunting (it’s original design), but thought what better way to say “Spring” (and detract a little from 70’s wall-consuming mirrors) than with flowers. Plus, they make every day feel a bit more festive!
- Green cover or cardstock (you could even paint or color some white pieces green if that is all you happen to have on hand)
- Adhesive (Double or Single-sided tape will work)
- 1 Ivory (or whichever color you prefer) tissue paper bunting or garland (linked above) or you could also purchase a set of these and hang them up seperately
So simple, but just in case . . .
1 – Fold. Spread the garland out and lay it on the floor or on a hard flat surface. Then, fold the left side over on top of the right side. Line up the centers of the top portion with the centers of the bottom portion.
2 – Adhere. Use tape to adhere the bottom most top pieces with the top most bottom pieces. Making sure they are flat and very secure.
3- Hang your flowers. I already had command hooks fastened to my wall (mirrors) so I just used the distance and height that they were at, but place them enough distance apart that you get a sag (so that they middle flower hangs lower than the outer flowers).
4 – Cut your leaves/ foliage. I didn’t even use a template for this. Just cut some leave-like pieces from your cardstock and then fold them in half so that it gives them a little dimension. Place adhesive on them and hang wherever you choose.
And one with Tate in the frame . . .
So simple! So inexpensive! And can carry my not-so-pretty mirrors through Spring and even Summer!
Happy March and almost Spring to you!