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Egg Holder Decoration – Farmhouse Style

EGG HOLDER DECORATION – FARMHOUSE STYLE

Recently I spotted this ceramic egg holder at a local store, and it looked so unique and rustic to me….perfect for the style I have in my home. Not to mention, it was only 99 cents, so I knew I needed to give it a home. 😉

If you follow us on Instagram, you might remember that I started herbs from seeds a few weeks ago. They have been sitting in their cardboard containers in the window, but I plan to move them to something larger and cuter, like mason jars, soon. 

In the meantime, while my herbs are just sprouts, they make such a rustic, farmhouse-style centerpiece sitting in this egg holder! It adds such a nice touch to my kitchen! 

Egg Holder Decoration | Egg Holder | Egg Carton | Farmhouse Decor | Farmhouse Style | Farmhouse Kitchen | Farmhouse Decor | Farmhouse Decor DIY | Inspiration for this cute Egg Holder Decoration on the Six Clever Sisters blog! {Plus a list of stores & prices for ceramic egg holders!} Continue Reading

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15 Easter Table Decorations

15 EASTER TABLE DECORATIONS

15 EASTER TABLE DECORATIONS
Easter is just around the corner! From planning the perfect Easter feast, to inviting all of your closest family and friends, there’s definitely lots to do to get ready for the big day. If you haven’t planned your tablescape yet, we’re here to help with these Easter table decoration ideas from FTD!
 
These unique table decorations will be sure to leave a lasting impression on your guests. From a creative tealight holder made out of dyed eggshells, to an adorable Easter egg tree made out of sugar cookies, these DIY projects are actually easy to make! To help you get started, FTD created the custom visuals below which includes a handy list of materials you’ll need to recreate each craft. 
 
Check out the ideas below by clicking on the photo, and start building a tablescape that all of your guests will remember!
 
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Healthy Breakfast Roundup

Happy New Year everyone! Crazy to think it’s already 2017, isn’t it??? Start the year off right with these healthy breakfasts!

Healthy Breakfast Roundup

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Happy Wednesday 🙂 I hope everyone had an amazing Christmas and New Year! This time of year is always such a fun time – making memories, spending time with friends and family, and baking and eating waaaay too many cookies 😉

We all know that the coming of the New Year brings with it many resolutions . . . eating healthier, working out more, spending more time with family, etc. To help you start out the new year healthy {and help you stay healthy all year long!}, I’ve compiled a little collection of some yummy and healthy breakfast recipes from other bloggers! From smoothie bowls to turkey breakfast burritos to pomegranate parfaits to sweet potato toast – you’ll find all the best recipes to get your year started off on the right foot!

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Emily loves spending time in the kitchen, trying out new recipes, crocheting, drinking French press, styling her sisters’ hair, playing piano, eating or drinking anything with caramel, being an auntie to six adorable kiddos, walking with her schnoodle, and hanging out with her siblings.
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How to Make Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs

HOW TO MAKE PERFECT HARD-BOILED EGGS

Hard-Boiled Eggs | How-to | Perfect Eggs | Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs | Go to the Six Clever Sisters blog and get the secret on making perfect hard-boiled eggs that peel EASILY!

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you needed your hard-boiled eggs to look PERFECT – maybe you’re making them to cut in half for deviled eggs, or maybe you’re serving them whole when friends come over? I used to nervously hope that the peel would slide off easily, but it was a guessing game! Until now. Now I KNOW how to make perfect hard-boiled eggs every. single. time. I’ve been testing this for the past couple of months. My kids love to eat hard-boiled eggs for lunch or snacks, so I make them at least once a week. So let’s just say that I’ve cooked them with a lot of different variables until I figured out the one common denominator.

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