Check out the DIY for these mini paper cone and washi tape pinatas over at the new blog: www.lemondropblog.com.
Category Archives: Holidays
Cinco de Mayo is around the corner! Check out a collection of the classiest fiestas I’ve come across over at the blog’s new home: www.lemondropblog.com.
Looking for quick May Day ideas? Hop over to the new site www.lemondropblog.com for two 5 minute DIYs sure to make someones (MAY) day!
May is coming and with it “May Day”! See my collection of May Day ribbon inspired party decor over at the new address: www.lemondropblog.com. Pin ItPin It
Have you dyed eggs yet? We tend to wait until the day before. Whether it’s because I forget, or maybe I’m hoping that the kids wont want to do it. My fingers get all discolored with funky shades of pink, green and blue. If you haven’t decorated your eggs, why not add a little shimmer [...]Pin It
Serving up some more feathers today! I got a little carried away… but as I started to play, I thought of new things to try and realized just how many different ways I could use feathers in a “party” way. When I finished, I decided that his was a great look for an Easter table [...]Pin It
All this talk of feathers and the next thing I knew, I was playing with them myself. Then I got to thinking how great they would be for a party. Even better, an Easter table setting. Quick, easy, affordable. And so pretty! I started with cupcake toppers. I used standard 4 inch lollipop sticks, hot [...]Pin It
Our guest today, Nikki, has been successfully blogging at Pennies on a Platter for over five years now. I knew her (in real life ) when she was just beginning and I didn’t even really know what blogging was all about. She is a real gem, and I know you’ll love her. Just this weekend, [...]Pin It
I found these little “drums” at Wal-Mart last year and thought they’d work great for my son. I made a quick printable, let the little man sign them and they were ready to go! What last minute ideas have you come up with? Pin ItPin It
Classmates and friends will feel so lucky when they get these adorable fortune cookie valentines this Valentine’s Day! Here’s how you make them. Supplies: red felt cut into 2 inch circles, red ribbon, twist ties or other wire, typed fortunes and a hot glue gun glue the wire strip through the middle of the felt [...]Pin It