Want to give your Easter eggs a cool tie dye design? These beautifully decorated eggs are so easy to make with just a few simple ingredients! Supplies Eggs Food coloring Oil White vinegar Water Directions Start with a bowl of hot water, enough that it will completely cover the egg. Add a splash of vinegar. Add several drops of food coloring into the bowl. Then add two tablespoons of oil.
OMG, I made my very own candy necklace! Pretty cool huh? You can make these in whatever color you want… mine are pink and purple for Valentine’s Day. Alright let’s start. This is easy, I promise! Ingredients 4 egg whites 1 cup sugar 1/4 cream of tartar (this is a powder in the spice aisle – makes everything shiny, but it’s optional) 1 tsp of flavoring if desired 1 tbs cocoa powder (if you want them to be chocolate flavored) Directions
Ho ho ho! Planning to bring a bottle of wine to your next holiday party as a hostess gift? Add a special touch with these Santa Claus-inspired wine bottle toppers! They’re fun, festive and so easy to make – love! Supplies 8 1/2 by 11″ sheet of red felt Hot glue gun Scissors 6 cotton balls or length of faux fur Here’s how to make these sweet Santa covers:
What’s the best part of the holidays? Having your babies help you in the kitchen! My two-year-old wanted to help me cook and I couldn’t find anything for her to do that didn’t involve a hot pan, a burning oven, or a sharp knife! I took out the crescent rolls so she could play with the dough and that’s when this fun idea came into my head. These little crescent roll messages are so fun and the perfect project for any little one. (Note: I used regular store bought crescent rolls for this.) Directions
Let’s Craftis a special feature full of great crafts, inspiration and DIY projects that are perfect for any Modern Mom! This craft is not only brilliant but super easy! All you need is a red candle, a white candle, and a lighter. Let’s go! Directions: Place your candles on a piece of paper so the wax doesn’t get onto any other surface. Now light your red candle and let the flame go for about a minute until you have a small puddle of wax.
I’m not sure what to say about this. I think the picture speaks for itself. This is my amazing guacamole served in a totally disgusting way, but I LOVE it! And the actual guacamole recipe is incredible. I actually pride myself on making excellent guacamole. You can always add or subtract (If you don’t like any heat take out the hot sauce. If you love cilantro by all means add it.) Guacamole is one of those fun recipes you can really play around with. And, the pumpkin …. Papa carved it for me. Talk about getting into the Halloween spirit! Ingredients
Skip the store-bought stuff and make your own holiday wrapping paper! It’s a fun and festive way to wrap your presents – and it’s SUPER simple. These gifts are sure to be a hit when they’re discovered under the Christmas tree! Here’s what you’ll need: Burlap Brown paper Scissors Tape Photos Rosemary or other garnish Clothespins (optional) Here’s how to do it:
This peppermint bark is a staple at Christmas. It’s super easy to make and if you’re looking for an inexpensive but pretty gift, you can wrap up the bark and give it away as a gift. Think school teachers, holiday parties. Everyone loves chocolate bark! Ingredients (2) 10 oz bags premium dark chocolate chips (2) 10 oz bags premium white chocolate chips 4 or 5 crushed peppermint candy canes Directions
Want to give your home a festive touch? Christmas decorations can be super expensive so I came up with the idea of making all my decorations with wrapping paper this year. Different papers, different decorations. Make your own with just a few simple supplies! So cute! Supplies
Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. I go all out. We decorate our entire house then have everyone over for a Halloween party full of yummy food, spooky treats, and a night of Trick or Treating! This is one of those spooky desserts that I have always seen, but never actually made ….. until this Halloween. Note:I served my cookies on a napkin lined platter. I used red food coloring to make the “blood spots” and I put a kitchen knife on the tray with more red food coloring. If you are serving to children obviously skip the knife!