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Hop to It With These Easy and Unique DIY Easter Decorations

Everything from egg table runners to bunny napkins.

The Intersection of Design & Motherhood | Top Lifestyle Blog | Design Mom

By Gabrielle. Photos and styling by Amy Christie. I love the look of eggs dyed with plants and flowers, but every time I’ve planned on attempting it in years past, I get intimidated sourcing dye ingredients and stop myself up. So instead of gathering a...

Naturally Dyed Eggs Go Ombre

Remember these colorful beauties from last year?We had a ton of fun trying different "recipes" and seeing the amazing colors that emerged. But when all was said and done, I was really partial to the cabbage dyed aqua eggs. I loved how they really picked up the uniqueness of each egg, and the…

Dirt-Free Wheat Grass Will Keep Your Bedroom Tidy

I double plus love the look of plants in the bedroom, but I’m always a little hesitant when it comes to keeping a pot of dirt that close to where we sleep. With pets in the home, things are sure to get grazed on or run the risk of being knocked over — maybe this dirt-free option is a good solution?This “plant” is really beloved wheatgrass. It grows like crazy and can have all new tall growth after just 5 days from being trimmed.

Apple, pear and wheatgrass smoothie — The Flourishing Pantry

Debenhams are running a Health Kickstart campaign this month and they asked me to get involved by creating a smoothie recipe I could make in a Nutri Ninja Professional 900W Blender and Smoothie Maker. Always a sucker for a new gadget I jumped at the chance and created this tasty green smoothie with sweetness of fruit and filling oats.

Apple, pear and wheatgrass smoothie — The Flourishing Pantry

Debenhams are running a Health Kickstart campaign this month and they asked me to get involved by creating a smoothie recipe I could make in a Nutri Ninja Professional 900W Blender and Smoothie Maker. Always a sucker for a new gadget I jumped at the chance and created this tasty green smoothie with sweetness of fruit and filling oats.

Easter wheat grass centerpiece tutorial

I am rather preoccupied with wheat grass at the moment. While wheat grass centerpieces for Easter are certainly not a new concept, I tri...

HOW TO CREATE A WHEATGRASS CENTERPIECE | Everyday Laura

Wheatgrass makes a perfect centerpiece. It’s also extremely easy to grow indoors! It’s perfect for spring and summer entertaining, weddings, parties, anything really. Maybe it’s the dead of winter and you need some cheerful green grass growing indoors to beat the winter blues! I bought this big bag of wheatgrass seeds for a little …

Elegant Low Wedding Centerpiece Inspiration | PreOwned Wedding Dresses

Create a feeling of intimacy and romance at your wedding with elegant low centerpiece designs. And get inspired with these pretty examples

How To Grow Wheatgrass Without Soil - Sew Historically

You only need wheat grains and water to grow wheatgrass without soil! Growing wheatgrass for fresh wheatgrass juice at home is easy, cheap and so much fun!

Spring GREEN vintage... coming thursday

1902 Fairy tale book arriving Thursday Boy Scout First aid kit TIN no contents inside Large burlap egg poked into a rustic graniteware pail of big tea dyed roses, floral. Naturalistic Mini Bee kit Think Easter Baskets Healthy Green elegance apron and more... I can never take a great Window photo It was so nice to have the snow gone out front and rake the leaves. In Farmington the leaves fall all year long... One day the GRASS will come popping through! try growing your own, even just for…

Wheatgrass Easter Baskets

Several folks are interested in just HOW we created this natural Easter Basket filler. It is such a doable project for all ages; of course, with different levels of adult participation. I have done them with my own children and...

Eat Like a Cavewoman: 42 Perfectly Paleo Recipes

It seems like everyone's raving about the Paleo diet, but once I learned all the foods to avoid on this plan, I asked myself, "What's left?!" If