A very Good Friday indeed. We arrived back home safely late Wednesday night. I will be sharing wonderful photos of our trip to Key West and Cozumel early next week.
After classes, I spent yesterday afternoon preparing for Good Friday dinner and Easter brunch. I love creating tablescapes and was so happy to see cheery daffodils at Trader Joe’s. They were less than $2.00 a bunch and have just the right amount of springtime color for a lovely table.
This morning we will be heading to see the “Bunny Man”, aka The Easter Bunny, for pictures. I normally do not leave this annual visit so late, but I think this early Easter has sprung up on everyone.
I love decorating with eggs. Here is our German feather tree featuring a few eggs we collected in Austria and Bavaria.
I love these felt eggs that I found on Etsy by Pinksweetie.
Also on Etsy was this fun necklace by Precious Meshes.
My favorite eggs by far though are the “Resurrection Eggs” we made several years ago. They are a perfect way to teach children the story of Easter. Much like an Advent calendar, you begin 12 days before Easter and open one egg each day. Each egg contains a bible verse and a small token that represents the verse.