Pinata Makeovers are my favorite because it takes out the messy component (paper mache!) and you only do the fun part (decorating!) A pinata makeover is when you take an existing pinata, remove its fringe and remake it into something else by redecorating the base. It is an easy way to get a custom look. Today we made a lollipop! See the whole post as well as the “before” photos below. See our other pinata makeovers right here.
If you ride the egg hunt train on Easter, then you know the very common problem of having enough hard boiled eggs to eat for approximately 3 years. One way I love to combat that is by making a bunch of deviled eggs (then eating them all by myself in the corner). If you wanted to share though, you should probably elevate them just a tiny bit from the classic. The easiest way to do that is by peeling off the dyed egg shell and dying the egg itself – with beets!
There are so many exciting things happening this time of year, including graduation! At my high school and college, candy leis were a fun gift that graduates could wear on their special day and enjoy as a treat later. We decided to do our own take on this tradition by adding paper flowers, tassels, iridescent paper, and pops of neon. Hats off to all you graduates!