Easter at Home has never been so literal. Easter is usually a quiet day for us but this year, I'm feeling a bit lonely. That got me to thinking. Maybe a few trips to the basement would cheer me up. Clear plastic storage bins labelled Blue and Easter were all I needed for a quick change in our rooms. Let's take a look at how they turned out.
With Easter just one week away, are you rethinking how to celebrate? Even though we're confined to home, we can make it special for our families. Decorating eggs is a perfect Happy Hour this week. You can find all kinds of tips online including coloring eggs using Cool Whip or shaving lotion with food coloring. Before you start, let's look at some inspiring eggs.
Some of my favorite Easter treats can be found at Cost Plus World Market : Italian Panettones for breakfast and Nestler paper eggs stuffed with treats and these Italian cakes. Aren't they wrapped beautifully? They come in two flavors - Hazelnut Glazed and Tropical Fruit, on sale for $7.79 - and would be a perfect hostess gift.