We did try to keep with some Easter traditions even if we are not feeling well. We colored eggs in the traditional way, with little metal egg holders and fizzy little tablets. We also tried onion skins again to be more natural. Then we tried something new. We wrapped some eggs in silk ties and tried to dye them. It was a mediocre success and I don't think we will do that again. Plus our house smelled a little like an old man in a sauna after boiling those ties!
May your Easter be blessed. Doesn't it feel great to say enthusiastically a great big "Alleluia"?
Happy, happy Easter to you all!
|such a happy color|
|such happy children|
|I love this one!|
|Little fingers are impatiently checking those eggs|
|These are the experimental silk tie eggs. Not nearly as pretty as the tutorial.|
|His first Easter|
|This is my candy-a-holic. She was over the moon with all that sugar!|
|I stayed up til 2:30 last night making the doll's dress. Hers I finished a couple of days ago. The look on her face was worth every minute of lost sleep.|