Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Easter Chocolate Decor?


Yes.  I use chocolate as I decorate for Easter.  Why?  Because I love chocolate and I love the colors of Easter.  And there are so many unique and wonderfully wrapped pieces of Easter chocolate.

For example...I love this Easter tin with a large European chocolate bar inside.  I loved the little bunny family working together to create colored Easter eggs.  (I'm going to remind my teenage children how fun it is to color Easter eggs TOGETHER!)


I've used this tin in my kitchen decor for Easter.


Some of my favorite chocolate eggs are from Hershey's.  The pastel eggs with solid milk chocolate inside look lovely in a clear glass jar, and are also lovely to eat!  Hint...If I put chocolate in a decorative jar I am less likely to eat it.  My kids and their friends...well they feel it an open invitation to partake.  I always keep an extra couple bags on hand to refill.


I found these sweet Easter wrapped chocolate bars at Marshalls (in California).  They came in a package of about 8-10.  I love the bright picture wraps of Easter on each bar.   


I popped them in a old fashioned glass mason jar and made them part of my kitchen counter Easter tray display.


I love chocolate, I love decorating and I especially love being with my b-funny family on Easter. 









Saturday, January 28, 2017

Bible Verse Printable - I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth

Today I am sharing a printable I made of one of my favorite bible verses. I have this hanging next to a picture of my kids and The Family: A Proclamation to the World. (read that here!)
If you are interested in this printable, just download and enjoy!

Thursday, January 5, 2017

Thank You Primary Teacher Gifts

I'm in the primary presidency in my church and this year we wanted to thank the wonderful teachers who teach these cute littles every week. I wanted to make sure we recognize them with a small token every month. I searched the web and came up with some fun ideas to get me started. They were all pretty quick, easy and inexpensive to make. 

I found these cute flamingo pens at the Dollar Tree and made this tag to go with it. 
You can right click on this sheet, print and make some yourself!

I found these adorable popcorn tags here
These sticky note tags were found here and so easy. Just print, cut out and stick with double sided tape to the top of a sticky pad!
I hope this gives you some ideas of gifts you can give to your primary teachers!