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If you're new this week to Saturday Spark, hello & welcome! I'm so happy you decided to stop by for a bit. Five weeks ago I shared a little bit about the idea behind Saturday Spark and a little bit about me. My intent is for this to become a community of like-minded women sharing their ideas centered around home decor, DIY projects, household tips, and tricks, and entertaining. I took last week away from my blog for a little me time, but I'm back at it this week.


If you're here for round five I'm humbled you came back and for your continued support!


I also want to take a quick moment to thank those who reached out to me last week and shared kind words and prayers. There aren't enough words to say how much that means to me and our family.


 

This week I made a fun little Easter DIY with my four-year-old niece, inspired by Jess from rootsoutwest. She was so excited to show her daddy when he came to pick her up and even more excited to bring one home to her brother and her daddy {my brother} was super excited that she wanted to share the goodies inside 😆



I, unfortunately, didn't get pics of the entire process. Remembering to take pictures and keep a four-year-old engaged was a bit of a challenge, let's remember I have two teenagers, It's been a while for me {LOL}.


The good thing about this little DIY is it's simple and only requires five simple items.


Supply List

  1. Mason Jars

  2. Easter Candy

  3. Spray Paint

  4. Bunny Figurines

  5. Hot Glue Gun

Inspiration photo by rootsoutwest

 

Step 1:

Josephine placed the bunny figurines inside cardboard boxes and I spray painted them with the colors of choice. Josephine picked Magenta Satin Finish Rust-Oleum Painters Touch 2x Spray Paint and Rust-Oleum Metalic Gold Spray Paint.


Step 2:

Josephine helped me remove the lids from the 32 oz Ball Mason Jars {you can use any size mason jar, I just happened to have a case of 32oz jars leftover from a Christmas craft a couple of years back} and place them inside a box and I paint with the corresponding colors of the bunnies.



Step 3:

We allowed lids and bunnies to dry completely, turned them over, and sprayed them again. Allowing them to dry completely, again. {This is one of those steps I failed to get a pic of, but I'm sure you got the gist of it 😉}


Step 4:

I put a dab of hot glue on the bottom of the bunnies and attached them to the top of the mason jar lid and allowed it to dry. Once the hot glue cooled, I dusted off the lids, removed any excess hot glue, and sprayed them one last time.


Step 5:

All that's left is to choose your favorite candy and fill that Mason Jar up!



These make great Easter favors to give at your Easter celebration, as gifts for friends, co-workers, and neighbors tie a little gift tag around them to let the recipient know that Some"bunny" wishes them a Blessed Happy Easter!


Tip: You could also make these with different animal figurines for different themed parties and holidays.


Head on over to my Ultimate Easter Basket Guides for teen girls and boys for some more Easter inspo.




I'm so excited to share some great inspo from our Saturday Spark party last week!




Niky shared how to create a simple and elegant easter table. Niky explains how to use your neutral pieces and add a little holiday flair without having to invest in tableware for every holiday.


 

Amy always has insightful and practical advice to give when it comes to family life. One thing I have had to learn since I starting my career, raising kids and building a family is prioritization and maximizing time - not procrastinating {have I mastered this, NO, I'm always a work in progress}. Amy shared some great tips on how to avoid procrastination.




 

I'm always a sucker for a stylish and simple DIY. Tanya share on her blog twelve o eight blog a simple yet stunning spring wreath that's sure to impress any house guest when they arrive. Check out her how to make a simple modern spring wreath.



 

And last but certainly not least is MaryJo's tips on what to do now that spring has sprung. Not only does MaryJo share great tips on this post but she also shares some beautiful pictures around her home. You can also find a cocktail recipe that I must try and some great tablescape ideas on her blog Master Pieces of My Life.






Time to share again. Let's party, party people. What do you want to share with us home makin', DIY lovin' peeps?




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