With so many closures in place, it may feel difficult to celebrate anything. However, we brainstormed and put together a whole list of fun ways you can celebrate the Easter holiday from the comfort of your own home with your immediate family!
I love celebrating holidays with festive food! It adds color to your home and is an easy way to create fun for all. This breakfast idea simply incorporates an easy pancake recipe with some food coloring and creates a cute little rainbow for the leprechauns in your house. Happy St. Patrick's Day!
Christmas is a magical time of year, but it also can be a very wasteful one. In this post I bring you 10 easy ways you can live a more sustainable lifestyle this holiday season, while still having all the fun! I hope this inspires you to hope on the sustainable living bandwagon and find a few ways to help the planet this holiday season!
A fantastic spread of food can easily become decor if you choose to theme the colors and add some seasonal accents. In this tutorial, I walk you through a few easy things you can add to a basic meat and cheese (charcuterie plate) to give it a fun fall vibe!
A compilation of a handful of my favorite family Halloween crafts I have done over the years. Click to read more about the haunted gingerbread house, my sugar skull family, and mummy black velvet cupcakes!
This post is a recipe bomb with all my favorite summer staples. From ribs to sides and desserts, I have you covered!
Looking online for some 4th of July party inspo? Who isn't?! The cookie recipe I linked in this post is one of my favs to make because you can actually throw all your ingredients in your food processor, pulse, and voila! Your dough is made. Royal Icing recipe is included too. Happy baking and happy 4th!
This M&M cookie recipe is versatile and can be used for any holiday. I just decided to go green with mine in honor of the upcoming St. Patrick's Day holiday!
On the last day of my Christmas Blog Challenge, I am reflecting back on the month of December and what Christmas is like where we live here in Seattle! What was your Christmas like? Wishing you and yours a wonderful 2018!
Christmas dinner in our house is a big deal. We spend a good amount of time and money making sure to prepare a special meal that is as special as the holiday and time spent with family. This year, we made a Prime Rib and tried something new for us - Yorkshire Pudding!