Apparently Thursday has become the day for sharing big news around here!
Even funnier it’s Food Network Magazine with all the cooking I do (don’t do!) around here … if anything, Kalen should be featured for all the delicious meals he makes!
But this story was all about a DIY, so you know I’m in! Food Network Magazine contacted me a few months ago and asked if I’d be interested in designing a Wisconsin-themed Easter egg for their spring issue. Um, yes, of course!
They’re featuring one egg per state, so I started thinking about football, cheese and beer.
I think the cheesehead is just perfect to celebrate Packer fans and cheese lovers alike!
Be sure to check out the full article in the April issue or online so you can see your state’s themed egg. It’s fun to see them all!
And a big THANK YOU to all of you for reading, following along and helping this blog grow to even make it possible that someone from Food Network Magazine would find my blog and want to feature it! 🙂
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If you want to make a similar egg for the football/Wisconsin lover in your life, here are the supplies I used:
- Brown craft paint
- Paint brush
- White paint pen
- Cheesehead coaster (cut off the corner and use a small piece of it)
- A small piece of velcro with an adhesive back to stick the hat on the egg (I tried rubber cement and hot glue with no luck so let me save you the time!)
A lot of us featured in the article used Eggnots instead of actual eggs. If you’re a crafter, they’re a fun ceramic option instead of eggs that end up getting tossed.
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