DIY Flower Crown
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DIY Flower Crown

In the spirit of spring and the fact that I love love LOVE flowers, I am going to show you how to make flower crowns! The first time I made this was for a party I did for a friend who was getting married a few years ago. And when I made it, it was a real struggle but then eventually I got the hang of it. I recently did another party for a friend and made these very spring inspired flower crowns! What you need: -Bouquet of flowers (one that includes filler flowers like baby’s breaths) -Floral Wire -Floral Tape -Wire Cutters -Scissors What you do: 1. Select the color combination you prefer 2. Cut the flowers, leaving about 1-2 inches of stem 3. Make little bunches of flowers and arrange them in a pattern you like so it will be easier to tape them on the wire when you are ready 4.…

FREEbie Friday – Coloring Page 9

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FREEbie Friday – Coloring Page 8 (Easter Inspired)

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National Cherry Blossom Festival – Washington D.C.

Hello all, I hope your March was spectacular, mine sure was! As you probably know I was off exploring and visiting family in Pakistan. It was a wonderful trip but now I am back and ready to go back to our regularly scheduled program. 😉 I know that it probably would have made sense to come back and post about Pakistan; however, I am in the middle of organizing all the photos so you will have to wait a little while longer. When I got back on Sunday morning, I was struggling with major jet lag. And the best way I knew how to tackle it was to avoid sleeping at 3 pm and go out to explore and stay awake! So the following day, I went to check out the Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington D.C. with my friend, A. Lucky for me the blossoms had reached their peak…

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Brownie Truffles

I made these truffles for the tea party I did a few weeks ago. They are super easy and only require a few ingredients        Ingredients -Brownie Fudge Mix (it’s important they are FUDGE brownies) -2 cups Chocolate Chips -1 cup White Chocolate Chips (optional) Instructions 1. Bake brownies according to the instructions on the box. 2. After they are cool, take a fork and crumble them. 3. At this point you will be able to pick a tablespoon worth and roll it into balls and place them on a tray lined with parchment paper. (Make as many as you can. Mine yielded about 18) 4. Freeze them for an hour, until firm. 5. Melt the chocolate chips over a double boiler and dip the brownie balls into it. Use a spoon to make sure it’s fully covered. Using a fork, take them out and set aside on parchment paper. 6.…

Where to eat in and around D.C.

In my recent trip to the east coast, I managed to go to D.C. quite a few times. In doing so, I have compiled a list of places that I ate at. I recommend all these places but I still reviewed them and gave them a rating. 1. Bareburger – Conveniently located in DuPont Circle this place is definitely worth a visit for those who love a good burger. We started off with Macho Fries, they were loaded with cheese, guacamole ranch and other delicious stuff and I could not have liked them any other way!  I really enjoyed my burger here, it was thick, juicy and very flavorful! Oh, I also tried duck bacon and it was unlike any other experience. It was SO GOOD!! We got it on the side just to try it out and I’m so glad we did because I’d definitely top it off on my…

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