Tuesday, March 30, 2010


It's been raining for a few days (again!), so I haven't been able to take outside piccies, so these will have to suffice.

Been seeing lots of RED robins lately!

And I saw a bluebird (with RED chest) Sunday morning, too!

And a pesky old RED fox keeps running through the yard - probably after all the field mice! At least he doesn't eat cats!
Here's my vintage RED and green hamper filled with my German papier mache eggs! Yesterday, I received a wonderful surprise - a set of 3 of these eggs from my dear friend, Carey of Chicory Nits! In the photo, they are the three with the RED band around them (I love the big one on the left - it has a cottage on it!). Go visit Carey's blog to see the fantastic miniature bunny workshop that she made!


Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

Lovely birds and I adore your paper eggs!! I posted some too!! Happy Rednesday and Happy Easter to you and yours!!

Diann @ The Thrifty Groove said...

Oh, those vintage eggs are wonderful!

I hope you and your family have a lovely Easter!

Cheeseboy said...

Dang, don't have much red to share other than my forehead acne that has been acting up.

~~Carol~~ said...

Your egg collection is gorgeous Sue, but I'm in love with the hamper that they're in! It looks alot like the old Easter baskets. I hope you and your family have a wonderful Easter!
Happy REDnesday!

Kim said...

Your eggs in the vintage basket are so pretty.

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Your eggs looks so great! I love how they are all nestled in there and they make such a statement.

Happy Easter!

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, I love your bird pictures. I'm nutz for bluebirds w/red breasts. Would you believe that here in So Cal we don't get Robins or red-breasted bluebirds?! How Sad:(
Cute little fox piccie, too. I'll be sure to check out your friends blog, too. Happy REDnesday~

Wanda Lee Of The Plumed Pen said...

Hello there Sue,

I love your egg collection!..,

Thanks so much for hosting,'REDnesday' once again; I'm always delighted to take part!..,

Do pop over for a visit when you get a moment my dear!

Have a marvelous Easter!

Cheers and hugs from Wanda Lee @ Silken Purse and @ The Plumed Pen

Creative Breathing said...

Thank you so much for the CC heads up! It is the only crafting paper I use. I just love it! Your German eggs are just beautiful! Did you see the German candy containers I recently purchased on my blog? They are about a foot tall, and lets just say I told my children, "Do not throw these away when I die!" Too funny, empty wallet! Have a great day! Elizabeth

Beansieleigh said...

Hi Sue! I am starting to see more birds out now, and love feeding them when I get the chance to! I never see any foxes, but I hear there are some around here... LOVE the beautiful German Easter eggs! I am seeing more and more of these around Blogland, and they definitely do have a charm all their own! Very sweet! ~tina

AshTreeCottage said...

Hi Sue! I look forward to Rednesday each week. Those eggs are just darling! What a sweet surprise.
Once again, thank you for hosting my favorite party of the week!

Susan and Bentley

Angela said...

I'm having to put my mouth back up from hanging down girl. I LOVE what you did with that basket like that. Just too beautiful.

Elly said...

Owww... I love the hamper, and the eggs too! They are too cute!
Happy Rednesday!

Charlotte said...

We ought to see a lot of robins this weekend! They are predicting 80 degrees Friday! WooHoo! Bring it on!

Dandelion Acre said...

What a great collection of eggs, they are very cute! I love the basket the eggs are in too! ~ Dandelion Acre Farmgal