Baby Bunny Cakelets for Easter

Help yourself to a Baby Bunny Cakelet, a mini dessert with Easter on its way!  I couldn’t resist this Nordic Ware Mini Easter Bunny Cakelet Pan (also referred to as a Baby Bunny Cakelet Pan) as I was hopping down the bunny trail at T.J. Maxx a couple of weeks ago. It was priced at…

A Charleston Stroll: Gates, Gardens and More

Happy Sunday! I’m taking you back to Charleston, South Carolina today and sharing some photos of beautiful wrought iron gates, glimpses into courtyard gardens and some of the church steeples that can be seen rising above the otherwise low-rise skyline making Charleston known as The Holy City. You can take a peek at the beautiful and blooming window boxes…

Chalking it Up: Happy Spring Blooms!

We’re enjoying some welcome 70 degree temperatures our first week of spring that has my palms itching to dig in the dirt! Our frost date is April 15th so I’m biding my time and satisfying my craving for flowers with spring bulbs. . . Hyacinths and Daffodils and chalkboard blooms on my Potting Shed door. I was able to…

Blooming Bunny Ear Cupcakes

Blooming Bunny Ear Cupcakes are a sweet ending for Easter or fun to hop over to your spring dessert table! These Blooming Bunny Cupcakes are as fun to make as they are to eat! I used some Russian Piping Tips that I’ve seen pop up all over the Internet recently. They’re larger than regular decorating…

Hopping into Spring Tablescape and Blog Hop!

Happy first day of Spring! I’m joining a group of talented bloggers and hopping into Spring with a Spring Tablescape Blog Hop! Look for the links at the bottom of this post for more spring table inspiration this week through March 24th. Cabbage leaf plates and chargers are making the transition from St. Patrick’s Day, and hopping into spring, with…

Cabbage Floral Centerpiece DIY

I’m serving up flowers with my cabbage instead of corned beef for St. Patrick’s Day with a cabbage vase centerpiece! You can use any large head of cabbage for your floral centerpiece. I chose a savoy cabbage, with its dark veining texture and color, to pair with a Bordallo Pinheiro plate.  A purple cabbage would make…