With Easter right around the corner, I put together a throwback style post for you to enjoy today.
Over the past 5 years of blogging, I have featured many different holiday posts, but here are a few of my most popular Easter & Spring themed posts: (click on any of the links below to take you to original post)
This post features a spring garden craft that is super easy to assemble and create, using only a few Dollar Store items, some grass seed and stones. Watch the grass grow, as you celebrate Jesus’ resurrection on Easter! Fun to do with your kids or a group of friends!
Resurrection Rolls are a simple breakfast roll that I have been making on Easter since my kids were old enough to start to understand why we really celebrate the holiday – hint: it’s not really all about the chocolate bunnies and jelly beans, although those are fun too. Each year my kids look forward to preparing these rolls on Easter morning.
A few years back, I was inspired to create a pretty, colorful look for over my fireplace mantel, using solid pieces of fabric for my hoop art display. While they no longer hang above the fireplace, I still reuse some of these pieces in my kitchen decor.
Nothing says springtime quite like baby animals. Here’s a throwback from a visit to see some truly adorable ewes – 4 baby lambs that were born at a friend’s local sheep farm. This is also the post where I announced we had just started raising our own backyard chickens – 5 years ago!
When I first saw this idea, it was done with old rusty canning rings, and I was hooked. I love me some rusty junk decor! But I know it’s just not everybody’s thing. So I thought about a way I could make these and have them still be somewhat vintage-y (that’s totally a word, right?) and yet, also pretty and colorful for spring.
From the name it sounds like they should be rather scandalous in nature, but in reality, a naked cake is simply a cake with “stripped down” (pardon the pun!) frosting that still looks and tastes amazing. I made this cake for my husband’s April birthday and it’s also a perfect recipe for Easter!
Well, I hope you found inspiration in this collection of some of my favorite and most popular former blog posts from this time of year. It was fun taking a look back down memory lane and revisiting these. Watch for more of these collection style posts from the best of Have a Little Faith Blog! Happy Easter!