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Easter Comfort – Bringing in Spring

Easter BasketEaster Comfort – Bringing in Spring

Easter is just a few days away and if you’re like most families, you like to take full advantage of the weekend and relax, redecorate your home, craft the day away, and spend time with your loved ones. Now is the time you can expect to see blooming flowers, warm weather, and happy times. If you haven’t had the time to really sit back and enjoy the nice weather Easter weekend is the perfect time to do so. It’s about time you made some time for you and participate in the following activities. Soon you will glow with spring time happiness and your home will glow from a fab weekend makeover!

Eco-Friendly Projects – Even though Easter is this weekend doesn’t mean you can’t continue to do eco-friendly projects way past Easter. In fact, make it a weekend goal to think of one eco-friendly project to work on each weekend. One project to keep in mind right now or for the future are eco-friendly Easter baskets, which can be made from shoeboxes. Poke a hole in each side of the shoebox and use wire to create a handle for the shoebox basket. You can decorate the shoebox with your kids with stickers, magazine clippings, and other embellishments that you love. This is an excellent eco-friendly solution for Easter activities and what’s more it will give you extra time to spend with your kids.

Switch up Your Furnishings – This warmer season also involves getting the spring time cleaning itch, meaning besides straightening up your home, this can also include switching up or replacing your furnishings. Are you tired of seeing the same worn down footstool day after day in your living room? Purchase a new one from http://www.sofasofa.co.uk/footstools  and enjoy revamping your space. Don’t stop with just a footstool – replace other elements that are driving you crazy such as pillows, pictures on the wall, and other pieces.

Planting Your Seeds in the Garden – Spring also means getting out in your garden and planting seeds and flowers. First you’ll need to till the soil and revive it with nutrients and new soil. After your soil is ready to go make a weekend fieldtrip out of your gardening activities and involve your kids by asking them to help pick out new flowers and plants. This will be a perfect spring activity that the entire family will enjoy.

About the Author

Sierra is a writer who loves the spring – she can’t wait to participate in spring time activities and more!