Easter Table

I took some pictures of our Easter table setting and wanted to remember it.

The centerpiece was this ceramic lamb.  I always watch for Easter decor that features lambs as a reminder that Jesus Christ was the Lamb of God, as well as the Good Shepherd.  It’s surprisingly hard to find things that follow this theme, so when I do it’s exciting.

I also used my wooden Easter basket and added a vase of white tulips from my flowerbeds.  The silver goblets with alyssum in them were also pretty.

At each place I put a small card holder.  I chose ten different scriptures from the Old and New Testaments and put one in each holder.  During our meal we went around the table and read them aloud.  It added a nice spirit to our meal.

Remember my favorite vintage china pattern?  I recently found six pieces of china in a different pattern and color (by a different maker as well).  The overall style and feel is similar, though, so I used both patterns together as salad plates.  I like how the peacock blue and green work together.

On each plate I added a coconut bird nest.  I shared the recipe on this site last week (my sisters and I have started a little project together).  My children loved having something to eat/play with while they waited for the meal to be served.

I love this silly group.  I think this was our best Easter ever.

Life is good.  So very good.

Hopeful Homemaker

Embossed Easter Eggs

Easter comes and goes most years with several dozen dyed eggs at our house.  I haven’t dyed an egg myself in many years, and this year I decided to decorate my own.  I found some paper mache eggs and painted them, then used rubber stamps and embossing powder to embellish.   A quick run around the house for things to fill my carved wood basket, and the project was done.   I had a lot of fun and am glad I slowed down enough to sit still and be creative.  Enjoy the pictures!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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