First up - Peeps!
I don't think I have ever eaten a Peep in my life - but making smores out of them looks like fun! Hmmm.. Tom did get a new bbq for Christmas, maybe we could try roasting them this weekend? I did buy new marshmallow roasting sticks at the Half Moon Bay Art Festival this past October....
(image source and ideas from Eclectic Recipes - cute blog!)
Peeps as cocktail "ornaments" - now this is an idea that I can definitely grasp! Bought blue bunny peeps, will post the images on Instagram if I can figure out how to make them look pretty.
Idea and pics from HomeisWheretheBoatIs.com - she has a bunch of super cute ideas for peeps as garnishes. Must see her post!
Absolutely adorable! Peeps swimming in blue jello cups, makes me miss having little kids around. Struggling a little with my "adult" children being so far away this year...
From TheFirstYearBlog.com - click for Beth's complete directions!
Next up: A few of my favorite Easter Egg decorating ideas for this year -
So pretty and delicate! Check out all of Boogieboard Cottage's images and ideas for these decoupage eggs
Diver Eggs - just made me smile!
Super easy idea! Add a few sea-themed items and dye the eggs in beachy colors. Idea and image from Freutcake.com - Click here for instructions!
Love love love the retro tropical-beach decoupage images! Way too cute, must see the whole blog for all of the directions and even printable images that you can use to create your own eggs. Hop on over to Melodrama Decor.
Cute sparkly polka dot eggs from our friends at Coastal Living Magazine! Styling by Julia Rutland, using spring colored glitter.
And a few centerpieces that might work for a quick pretty addition to your Easter weekend table -
Kristy is always up to something beautiful at Starfish Cottage! Love her dining room table this year - absolutely happy and gorgeous.
I would add shells to make these lanterns more coastal, but thought that this was a great idea! Directions can be found Here
Such wonderful seaside colors - simple, elegant and perfect centerpiece for an Easter brunch party.
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Lovely seaside colors (and spring colors) of lime and aqua. Pretty table scape from Centsational Girl!
Super cute Easter party ideas for a kids Easter egg hunt at the Beach - don't you just love this idea? Check out the Small Fry Blog for more details and inspiration
Happy Easter and Happy Spring!
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