I decoupaged these eggs with pretty napkins,
they are sitting in tiny "violet" teacups
...a bit of moss on a saucer for the sheep...
(which have much more significance to me than bunnies and eggs)
Three-tiered tray on the dining room table
I picked up these little bunny sculptures at a thrift store
for fifty cents each. All they need is a bit of glitter...
Those flowers atop the display were made by a friend for our daughters
wedding cake (if you are reading this daughter, I am keeping them
safe for you. Or perhaps I was hoping you'd forgotten about them?)
Little tea cup vignettes with chocolate eggs,
more bunnies, flowers and moss atop styrofoam in the cup.
Oh yes, I love Cadbury mini chocolate eggs, and Hersheys too.
(note to self, pick up some more to stash for after Easter munching....)
Oh my, I even enjoy those marshmellow-filled chocolate eggs.
And jelly beans. And oh my, did you know they make
bunny shaped gummy bears?
... or should I say, gummy bunnies ...
(they'd be even better if chocolate-covered)
This is a vintage Bible that belonged to my husbands parents.
~ What a cherished book ~
This holiday we celebrate as Christians
really has nothing to do with bunnies and eggs or little chicks
(although quite adorable)
It is about a Lamb.
This is a collage I made featuring a painting
by French artist of the 1800's, William Bouguereau.
It is combined with a hymn onto a painted and collaged background.
I will continue my birthday celebration through next week,
along with Anita and the other April birthday girls that she is
celebrating on her blog,
Be sure to stop by there for a visit this weekend to see
what fabulous beaches she has found for us!
R E J O I C E
in the miracle of Easter!