Monday, April 5, 2010

AFTER EASTER

I made cupcakes for Easter and almost forgot to take a pic - here are the leftovers. The cute little basket wraps are from Wilton, purchased at Walmart (I think).

We decided to go untraditional since all the family had other plans this year - due to the extraordinary warm weather, we grilled marinated steak tips and baked potatoes instead of a ham dinner - yum!

All kinds of critters are drawn to Steve Irwin - even Easter ones!
Some little glass-blown Spring flowers, next to a big old tulip bowl made by Kitchen Kraft.

10 comments:

Floortje said...

Your cupcakes look so lovely in their baskets! Like your other spring/easter decorations as well.

Cheeseboy said...

Marinated steak tips. Now that is an Easter tradition I can dig.

That Steve Erwin action figure is creepy.

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Oh the little baskets are so cute. Sounds like a nice Easter. We must have sent all our nice weather out to you. It was about 55 degrees, windy, and it started raining. We actually had to fire up the heater again. Thought we were done with that thing until the fall.

What did you marinate your steaks in? Sounds yummy!

TypsTatting said...

Love the little baskets and what a great idea to put the cupcakes in them!!! Love the bowl and glass flowers!!!

Hi I'm Carrie from said...

Happy Easter to you too! He is Risen!

Holly, the Old Western Gal said...

Oh, I'm entranced by those glass flowers! You always find the neatest things.

Marydon Ford said...

Excuse me please ... I'm on my way over & I hope you have leftovers & cupcakes ... chuckle! Everything is lovely.

Hope you had a wonderful & joyful Easter.

Have a beautiful week.
TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

Lisa B. said...

Love your cupcake basket idea. Also would love those glass spring flowers. They are so adorable.

Sandy aka Doris the Great said...

I'm so glad Steve got to spend Easter with you.

Dolly said...

Hey I have that same tulip bowl!
Its my favorite large bowl!
I found it many years ago at a yard sale!

Cherry Hugz, Dolly

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