Posts in the ‘Easter’ Category

20 March 2013

We have to confess, we love Easter Brunch!  And it’s even better if you get to enjoy it by keeping little hands busy, right?

Why not leave the kiddos something fun to do while you savor that eggs benedict.  A couple of fun and easy crafts (ie. don’t require parental supervision) in one of our french fry scoops is just the thing.  Whether it’s some dollar store crafts and stickers, little puzzles or something fun to eat, the younger set will enjoy this special treat.  We personalized these with some puffy paint…it is easy to write with and stays put.  Now…go enjoy another mimosa on us :-)

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15 March 2013

We have to admit…we went a little crazy at the craft store.  There is just so much cute Easter stuff and our mind was buzzing with ways to decorate our Garnishes!

We decided to dress up our wooden serving boat.  We found this great product called Smooch Spritz.  It’s a shimmery accent spray that works perfectly for small craft projects.  We sprayed the bottom of our wooden serving boat and added some festive Easter decorations.  This would be a so pretty for your Easter table.  You could also use the same idea on our wood paper cup and fill it with some pretty spring flowers.

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12 March 2013

Easter gifts don’t always have to be about candy, so why not try something new this year.

How cute are these pencils in our clear candy tube?  We also tied on some fun Easter erasers in our medium glassine bag.  You can always find stuff like this in the dollar bin at Target or Michaels.  Don’t forget to sharpen those pencils before you wrap them up…it makes it easier for everyone!

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8 March 2013

We are trying to think of ways to jazz up your Easter gifts…so today we added some glitter!  This DIY was a lot of fun and pretty easy.  Here are the details…

We used our white box for this one, the perfect blank canvas.  First we drew our words in pencil on the box.  We used block letters, so it was was simple.  Just remember to draw lightly so the pencil won’t show through.  If you’re not confidant in your penmanship, print something out on the computer and trace it on.  Second, we used basic white craft glue and painted it on top of our drawn letters.  It’s okay to go a little outside the lines on this step, it will help to cover up your pencil marks.  Don’t skimp on the glue, you want to make sure your glitter sticks!  We did one letter at a time, as we wanted to try out different colors.  The final step is to sprinkle on your glitter.  If you do it over a tray, you can be generous in your sprinkling and put the extra back in the bottle once you shake it off.  Now all you have to do is fill your box with some fun Easter gifts!

We had a lot of fun with this DIY and we think we might use this idea in some future blog posts.

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30 March 2012

Push-pop that is!  Easter candy doesn’t just have to come in eggs or baskets….our large push-pops fit all sorts of goodies!

We managed to fit some jelly beans, cookies and even a cupcake!  Wouldn’t these make a fun centerpiece on the Easter table?  All your guests can grab one to go…and it won’t just be the kiddos that want one of these.

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28 March 2012

Have you started decorating your Easter eggs?  Are you looking for a different way to show off your craftiness?  Why not use a little Garnish!

Our 4oz ripple cups are for more than just drinks.  All you need to do is turn them upside down, cut out the bottom, and you’ve got yourself an egg cup!  How easy is that?!

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26 March 2012

It’s almost Easter, and that means it is time for everyone’s favorite….Peeps!  They are a classic Easter candy and so much fun to share.  We are showing you how to do it the Garnish way.

Here we used our cupcake cello bag (it’s not just for cupcakes y’know!).  We found some small willow nests at our local craft store, and they fit perfectly into our bags.  Add some colored jelly beans, a little moss and of course some Peeps.  For a little extra flair we used one of our round labels and a little ribbon.  Hoppy Easter!

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21 March 2012

Sometimes it’s so simple to add a personal touch to your Garnishes.  With some help from the Easter aisle at Target, we turned our ordinary berry baskets into some Easter fun!

We used some glitter paint to personalize these berry baskets, but you can use stamps, stickers or even some markers.  We found a bunch of Easter goodies…how cute are those pinwheels?  And get this, that grass in the baskets is edible!  Garnish is a blank canvas, just waiting for you to use your imagination.

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19 March 2012

We mentioned it on our Facebook page, but we are so excited, we wanted to share on our blog as well.  Our Garnish berry baskets were featured in a fantastic DIY in the April issue of Martha Stewart Living!

How adorable are these bunny carts?  And they look very simple to make.  If you don’t have the current issue, here is a link for the how-to from Martha’s website.  Easter is right around the corner…so time to start thinking bunnies, eggs and all things chocolate!

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15 April 2011

If it’s your turn to bring something to the church luncheon, or if you need to pack something up to bring to the family potluck, why not dress it up with a little bit of Garnish.

Some macaroni salad looks extra special packaged up in our contessa container. Use one of our free Easter printables add the final touch.  They are available until April 14th, so be sure to leave us a note in the comments section at check out!

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