I love funny holidays… but an entire month dedicated to ice cream? That’s my kind of celebration! Since July is National Ice Cream Month, I’ve been on the lookout for new ice cream recipes to try out. Here are 7 that I want in my mouth ASAP!
Hooray! National Donut Day is on Friday! Store bought donuts are always a perfectly acceptable way to celebrate. But in case you’ve got the extra time, here are a few fresh ideas: (PS – Ideas for a donut party, donut printables, how to throw a fancy donut party & a donut tree!
These are almost too pretty to eat (almost.)
A cookies-and-cream donut? Genius.
These sound like a dream…
The toppings on these are insane!
The best cupcakes ever?
I know it’s not technically summer yet, but it’s been really warm in San Francisco this week and it’s getting me really excited for a new season! When making my to-do list for the next few months, I’ve felt super inspired by some of our past Oh Happy Day projects. What are you most excited about this summer?
1. Vintage Marquee DIY | 2. Watermelon Pinata | 3. Surprise Water Balloon Fight | 4. Mini Hot Dogs | 5. Cardboard Lemonade Stand | 6. Mini Kite Cake Toppers | 7. Summer Garden Party | 8. Clip-On Picnic Utensils | 9. Homemade Soda Floats | 10. DIY Drink Umbrellas | 11. Giant Banana Split | 12. DIY S’mores Kit
I love the idea of tying a piece of rosemary into a mini wreath for a napkin ring – a little bit of greenery always looks nice on a table. Here’s a way to have a set of leafy napkin rings you never have to throw away – they’re made of paper! You can make these into mini wreaths which are super pretty, or customize them by making letters for everyone’s first name who’ll be sitting at your table. Either way it’s a little bit of spring to keep all year round!
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by Alix Sorrell
I LOVE foiled chocolate eggs. With that in mind I was inspired to make some easy to craft miniature treat boxes in 3 fun patterns for my favorite springtime candy. Wrap these boxes with bakers’s twine, ribbon, or seal them with a piece of Washi tape and you have an adorable Easter treat!
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