SweetPrints Anniversary Edition: 3-Layer Stationeries Cake
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SweetPrints Anniversary Edition: 3-Layer Stationeries Cake

Happy 10th Anniversary to Prints! In celebration of Prints’ anniversary, we are doing a very special “cake” using Prints products. Diaper cakes are popular at baby showers these days, but have you ever considered making a stationeries cake for a birthday party? Prints products are so colorful and neat. This 3-layer stationary cake is beautiful … Continue reading

Sweet Sweet Marshmallow Treats
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Sweet Sweet Marshmallow Treats

Today’s Sweetpirations is sweet enough to rot your teeth! Marshmallow is essentially fluffly, spongy white sugar, molded into various shapes. While it is cool to make homemade marshmallows, it is equally fun to use store-bought marshmallows to create colorful barks, rice krispy treats, pops, s’mores, cookies and more! Here are some sweetpirations for you. 1. Easter Marshmallow Bark 2. Chocolate Covered … Continue reading

Fantastic Easter Eggs
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Fantastic Easter Eggs

Easter is a lovely Springtime holiday to celebrate the amazing resurrection of Jesus Christ, which signifies life and rebirth for men. Over the decades, people have come to portray the significance of Easter on to eggs. What a fantastic time to put our creativity at work! Have you had the chance to make some DIY … Continue reading

Pretty in Pastel Nails
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Pretty in Pastel Nails

I’m feeling kind of pastel lately, thanks to the warm weather. While I won’t be caught sporting fancy nail designs myself (I am quite conservative (or boring, so thinks my manicurist) when it comes to my nails), I do admire the creativity and attentiveness that nail artists put into designing and executing these mini fashion artworks. I have selected … Continue reading

Colors and Music
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Colors and Music

Have you heard of some people who claim to be able to “hear” colors and “see” music? While impossible to imagine what that realistically means, there is actually scientific truth to this condition known as synesthesia, where one stimulation is simultaneously perceived by more than one sense, for instance, sight and hearing. Synesthesia literally means … Continue reading