I love Easter because it is always an especially welcome celebration after a long and cold winter. Make yours extra special this year by planning some activities to do with your kids that commemorate the beginning of spring, sunshine and new things! Here are some great ideas that you can try—from super easy to more involved—that you can make a part of your family tradition for years to come:
Is there anything more magically pagan-feeling than running around on one of the first days of spring, searching for treasures amongst the just-warm soil, fresh green grass, and newly-budding trees? These 9 fresh twists on an old tradition just might make the day even more magical and memorable...
What do you do with those treat vehicles, post-Easter? Transform the ubiquitous plastic eggs into geodes, jockeys, minions, monsters and so many other adorable creations and awesome critters. Here's hoping the bunny brings me plenty!
Decorating Easter eggs is one of those holiday activities that the kid in all of us loves (second only to dressing up on Halloween). With our master list of DIY decorating ideas for all skill levels, you can indulge your inner kid and still end up with some seriously grown up results.
Valentine's Day is here, so you're probably a) ignoring this ridiculous Hallmark holiday with all your might, or b) planning a celebration— be it a romantic evening a deux or a good time with friends. But why should people get all the fun? This year, consider showing a bit of love to your home too.
Elbow patches: Not just for professors! Okay, so I'm not going to pretend I didn't get an eye roll when I presented my husband with his cute little heart shaped buffalo check elbow patches, but I didn't really get that much resistance either! I think he secretly loved it. I know I did, and isn't that really all that matters?
It's so easy to push a button and order flowers online (and a wonderful option for those far apart) but imagine delivering a handmade bouquet filled with vibrant, fragrant, seasonal flowers. Too expensive? Not more expensive than the internet. Too complicated? Nope. We can do it!