Here comes Easter!

By Cindy Clay Srader
I love Wallies! They have so many designs and you can literally use them in each room. I even used some Fish Wallies on the back of some white kitchen chairs I had before IKE. The great thing about them is that they are not permanent. The come off easily, the two that I featured here would look great in any beach home. The parrot is my favorite. They also have full wall murals. Let your imagination run wild. Go to their site: Have fun and let me know what you do with them! They can be the “little extra” for your room!




HOW TO: Another way to decorate eggs for Easter!

They look elaborate, but all of these designs were made with plain old masking tape.
Step 1: Simply cut the tape into strips to create stripes and plaids, use paper punches for letters or plant and animal shapes ($9.99 each;, and try craft scissors for the wavy bands.

Step 2: Then apply the tape carefully to the shells of raw eggs, smoothing out any air bubbles, and tint according to the dye package’s instructions (we used Paas).

Step 3: Once the shells dry, blow out the yolks and remove the tape to reveal your motifs.

Have a great Easter, enjoy family and friends. Remember Jesus IS the reason for the season!

(This article was first published on March 25, 2013)

What is “BEACH CHIC”? A design style comprised of a combination of clean lines and organic finishes that work together to create a relaxing and inviting atmosphere. The color scheme is inspired by the beach and the natural environment of sun, sea and sand!

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