I just wanted to wish everyone a Happy Easter. I hope you all have a wonderful Easter with your loved ones.Read More
These “Fur Baby Friday” pictures are of Priscilla posing for her Easter pictures. I took these pictures of Priscilla posing with different Easter props in her adorable Easter Bunny outfit. Every Easter I dress Priscilla in her Easter Bunny outfit. I think she looks so precious in it.
Priscilla posing in one of her favorite baskets that she just loves to sleep in. This basket just happens to be used for Easter decorations.
This was one of Priscilla’s first ever Easter photos, that I took of her when she was a kitten.
I hope everyone’s fur babies have a wonderful Easter and the Easter Bunny is good to them. From my fur babies to your fur babies, we wish you all a Happy Easter!
I just wanted to share with you all my Easter decorations, that I have up in my house. Its always been a tradition in my family to put up far too many Easter decorations. *LOL* For some reason it seems that every year I always add more and more Easter decorations to the mix. I even have Easter decorations in the windows and outside in front of my house. I truly love to decorate for the holidays and my neighbors always comment on how the house looks.
I found this cute Easter bunny at one of my favorite thrift stores, and I couldn’t resist taking him home and adding him to my Easter collection this year.
I love it when I come across articles that detail how to make things “all-naturally,” without harsh chemicals. Being the organic nut that I am, I’m always on the hunt for the latest all natural recipe or craft. With that being said, Easter is a week away and I came across this awesome article on Organic Authority. This website is one of my all time favorite websites, and they had this article on how to dye your Easter eggs the all-natural way.
Have fun dying your Easter eggs everyone!
“Simply prepare as many hard-boiled eggs as you’d like to color, and the dyes as follows. These dyes are best left overnight, so clean out a couple of mason jars as well. Once you’ve mixed your dyes, place as many eggs as you’d like in each jar, cover, and refrigerate overnight...Read More