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Happy Weekend! Can you believe Easter is just a week away?  There were a ton of fun Easter recipes & DIY ideas linked up this week which has me feeling very inspired to get hopping on my own plans for the holiday.   Here is what I loved this week:

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First of all, this fun idea for Hard Boiled Egg Carrots from Hungry Happenings is so adorable!

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And speaking of adorable eggs, these Hard Boiled Hatching Chicks, also from Hungry Happenings, are pretty stinking cute too!

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This Italian Easter Bread from A Grande Life is is festive and beautiful!

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I loved these Lemon Bunny Scones from A Mind Full Mom! Perfect for Easter morning!

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Busy Mom’s Helper shared her recipe for The Easiest Cinnamon Rolls Ever–these would also be a delicious way to start the day!

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These Lemony Marinated Vegetables with Quinoa from My Life Cookbook sounds so fresh and perfect for spring! We just started eating quinoa on a regular basis–such a great source of protein and fiber!

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Moving on to the sweeter stuff….this Spring Candy Bark from Three Kids and a Fish looks like a recipe my family would really enjoy!

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This recipe for Mini Egg Fudge from Annie’s Noms is super simple and only requires 5 ingredients!

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These simple Pretzel Chicks from Simplee Thrifty couldn’t be any cuter….or easier!

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Did you know you could make your own Marshmallow Peeps?  This simple tutorial from An Ordinary Housewife actually makes it look pretty easy.

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These Washi Tape Eggs from Meatloaf and Melodrama are a fun (and neat) alternative to dyeing eggs!

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These Spring Printables from Home Made Interest are free and available in four different colors!

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My girls would be all over this cute Bunny Money from Crafty Journal!  Love this idea!

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If you’ve been thinking of growing a vegetable garden but aren’t quite sure where to start, The Seasoned Homemaker has a great list of Easy Vegetables that Anyone Can Grow!

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These 5 Tips for Saving Money on Easter Baskets from Saving the Family Money are perfect if you are low on cash and time!

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Short Cut Saver shares her 8 Ways to Save This Spring. I love the information found in tip # 6!

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These 6 strategies to Setting Your Saving Priorities from Creating My Happiness are easy to follow and include free printable worksheets.

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Finally, The Budget Mama shares Creative Ways to Pay Off Student Loans that would be a great resource for those graduating in a couple of months!

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What did you love this week?

4 Comments

  1. March 28 at 09:17AM

    Thanks Ruth for featuring my Easter Bunny Scones! I love seeing all the adorable Easter features this week. Enjoy your weekend!

  2. March 28 at 09:42AM

    Another great roundup, Ruth! Thanks for featuring my post, Setting Your Saving Priorities!

  3. March 31 at 01:18AM

    I really want to try the Mini Egg Fudge! Cadbury mini eggs are my favorite Easter candy.

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