Friday, April 6, 2012

Nails &'Easter

The Nail Files

I tried my best to to a French tip. 

My nails have been crazy long lately.

What I'm doing for Easter.

I found this awesome idea, putting the eggs in the oven. It's takes about 30 minutes which I know is longer then boiling them but I can put them in the oven and set a timer and go set up the table for the coloring and dying of the eggs, don't have to watch or worry about them all cracking. Check it out.

This bunny is insane and not sure how to start but I will try for the Easter party this weekend. Wish me luck.

Growing up my parents always hid our Easter baskets and plan to do that with Aiden, the hiding spots will just get harder the older he gets. I've decided to get very little candy and fill his basket with books, crayons, coloring books, chalk, crafty things. Excited to go out and get stuff once I'm not contagious, which I'm not sure when that will be. Doctors gave me the rest of the week off, so I guess once all my antibiotics are gone I'm good? Not really sure. 

Here are some more ideas for basket fillers.

The Mom Creative

A few weeks ago me and a few friends found a cute spring wreath on pinterest and here's how mine turned out. 

I'm very  happy with how it came out.

I hope you all have a beautiful Easter. 


  1. I have tried to "french" tips and it's hard lol. I rather get it done by a professional. I like yours though its cute.

  2. I need to get my nails to grow the same length before I do a straight french I'm jealous lol and i love the easter ideas

  3. oh you did a great job on your nails!!

    Have you tried the eggs yet? I also pinned that and just wondered how it worked?

  4. your french tips look awesome! hope you have a great weekend!

  5. Are you taking the daily multivitamin? since i started them months ago my nails are stronger and grow out........Im putting toothbrushes in my g-kids baskets :) I also do that for halloween. Have a Happy EAster!