Show Me Easy Easter Simplicity!
I love to create and make arts and crafts projects, painting, papers,florals etc. However with my busy lifestyle the DIY doesn't always get done. So I choose to decorate with all the great product that is ready made!
I love to decorate seasonally too, and my go to for simple and easy DIY is great ingredients and products available online at www.ShowMeDecorating.com
From www.ShowMeDecorating.com & Others:
1 x Easter Bunny from the heart
1 x Set of Easter Eggs from your local hobby store
Here is my...
Finding a location in your home to change out and decorate seasonally is key! A front entry table, fireplace mantel, shelf, kitchen island or buffet, choose an area you and your family will enjoy!
Start with your key ingredients.......Focal point, floral, and ribbon
Focal point: Season of Hope Blocks (you could paint your own by cutting a wood 2x4 in varied sizes, priming, painting different colors, and stenciling letters)
Floral: Bright Multi Flower Garland 5' long, this is a wired and wrapped garland that shapes out and stays where you put it!
Ribbon: Bright lime green ribbon adds the finishing touch to this Easter display
Be sure and shape out your wired garland, see how much it opens out and how full it becomes!
[caption id="attachment_3890" align="aligncenter" width="225"] Add the Season of Hope Wood blocks[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_3897" align="aligncenter" width="225"] Wired garland is wrapped onto the lamp base[/caption]
At this point I felt like it needed something.... and ribbon was the answer! The green ribbon is a great balance and adds a brightness to this fun Easter display!
Easter is truly a Season of Hope! The silver cross signifies the risen Savior we celebrate!
For your Easter family celebration, here is a family favorite dish at ours!
Kathy's Asparagus Pea Casserole
4 cans asparagus drained
2 cans Le Sueur peas, drained
1 can chopped or sliced water chestnuts, drained
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1/4 c milk
2 c grated Colby-jack cheese
6 slices whole grain nutty bread
1 stick butter
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp pepper
Mix peas, cream of mushroom soup and milk, stir in salt and pepper.
Melt stick of butter, slice bread in 2 inch strips or thirds. Layer asparagus on bottom of a 9x13 dish sprayed with Pam, then sprinkle chopped water chestnuts over asparagus, spread on soup mixture, sprinkle cheese over top. Dip strips of bread in butter, lay on top of cheese to completely cover, bake at 350 degrees for 30-45 min until completely heated and bread is toasted!
Happy Decorating Y'all,
Becky and Kathy
the Show Me Decorating Experts
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