Once Valentine’s Day is past, no one wants to deal with winter any more. Sadly, there is still a good,long month of official winter, and some areas have at least two months of winter weather left! Luckily, we can all pretend it is spring by delving into these fun rainbow projects for adults. Why should the kids get all the rainbow fun?
These funfetti brownies are a delicious and clever twist on the normal rainbow. Subtly add a rainbow to the last days of winter with these tasty treats!
Festive Rainbow Cupcakes
A couple of years ago, I made a rainbow cake and rainbow cupcakes for my daughter’s birthday party. But nothing says you can’t make these cakes for St. Patrick’s Day or any other time you need to add some extra rainbow fun to your life!
Drunken Rainbow Marshmallows
If you love marshmallows, then you won’t want to miss making these drunken rainbow marshmallows from The Decorated Cookie! These marshmallows are made with vodka- how clever!
Rainbow Tea Sandwiches
How adorable are these rainbow tea sandwiches? They are made using different flavors of jelly– giving new meaning to the phrase “eat the rainbow!”
Rainbow Cookie Trifle
I love how delicious and festive these rainbow cookie trifles look! Make them with real whipping cream for a dessert that is as tasty as it is beautiful.
If you still want to eat the rainbow, but don’t want to go for dessert and artificial dyes, why not try to make homemade rainbow pizza? It looks so good, and it’s pretty healthy, too!
If you want to add a little rainbow to your arms, why not try out this amazingly easy DIY wrap bangle project? I love how fun it looks!
Rainbow Garden Markers
I can’t believe I never thought of this. It is so easy and festive! I love how adorable these rainbow garden markers look and they are inexpensive, too!
And as a bonus, take a look at this adorable rainbow-themed button craft!
What do you do to chase away the late-winter blues?