Tuesday, April 19, 2011

REDNESDAY - HAPPY EASTER!



Happy Easter week everyone! I hope you have some fabulous photos to share this week! Here are mine ~

I have a few HRM Easter cookie cutters, besides the bunnies I showed last week ~


And, here are some other pics . . .

(I have to show this every year - Teen drew this when she was little -
it's Jesus playing with bunnies after He was resurrected!)
(Jade's "play" area)

The following three photos I had to blur the background because they're against windows
with unpleasant items in the background - a plow truck, trash bin, gas grill!


Vintage Cards

German egg wraps that I put on plastic eggs.
I hope that you have a very happy Easter and a blessed Resurrection Day!

21 comments:

Holly- Girls At Heart said...

Aw- blur the background! Good thinking! Our "out the farm house window" views aren't always the best either! :)

You have abunch of cute eastery stuff,Sue! I Love Jesus playing with the bunnies! Smart boy you had there!!

Holly- Girls At Heart said...

Ooops! Sorry- I meant smart GIRL! I'm so used to teens being boys since I now have a 4th! ♥

Sandy aka Doris the Great said...

I saw that little bunny with the crown; he couldn't hide. Everything is very cute and eastery! Have a wonderful celebration yourself.

Genie said...

It has been a long three months, but I think I am about to get it back together again. Work, illness, and 2 photoshop courses have about done me in. All is well, now, so hope to be back to normal asap. love all of your Easter goodies. the house must look very happy and festive. This is the first years my little granddaughter has not ben here so I am really feeling sad. I miss her so much. Take care, and hope to be back blogging with you on a regular basis again.
Hugs, Genie

PS....Thank goodness you had the note about Angie and the link in your sidebar. I am so upset about her scare. She is a real trooper and has the BEST outlook on life. We can all learn so much from her.

Lola said...

Happy Easter holidays!

XOXO Lola:)

Susie said...

It all looks so inviting and friendly! I hope you received the dishtowels by now.

Susie at Puddle Jumper Creations

Kim K. said...

Such pretty vignettes. Happy Easter!

Dawn said...

Love teen's drawing! How cute and special!

Melony at Whimsy Daisy! said...

I just don't have my Easter decorating act together this year! It is nice to enjoy yours!

Cheeseboy said...

Wow. You have something for every occasion. Hope you have a wonderful Easter.

sweet violets said...

I am soooooo in love with Jesus playing with the bunnies!!! How precious....blessings...cleo

LV said...

You have a nice assortment of cute Easter decorations. I never kept any. Now that it is too late, there are a lot of things I regret not keeping. Loved your red Easter show today.

Kaye Swain - SandwichINK for Grandparents and Caregivers said...

What cute decorations for Easter. My favorite is your daughter's sweet picture. And how clever to blur the windows. I have a wonderful and easy to use digital camera that lets me point and shoot. But I do need to learn a few advanced things, and that's one of my goals - when I have more time. :) Thanks for another fun Rednesday.

AshTreeCottage said...

Have a Blessed Easter!

Lots of love to you and your family,
Susan and Bentley
xxoo

My Crafty Little Page said...

Such cute vignettes! but the German egg wraps are wonderful - I've never seen them before. Have a wonderful Easter. xoxo Nancy

Angela said...

As always, loved what you shared Sue..

S said...

Happy Easter to you too. I've been meaning to join in for weeks now, and finally did it. Hope you'll come by and visit.

DearHelenHartman said...

Those red cookie cutters are just darling. Looking forward to finding more amazing blogs on this Rednesday - thanks for hosting and blessed Easter to you!

Made By Gen said...

Oh so pretty shade of reds...Mine is up too.

❀~Myrna~❀ said...

I love your wonderful Easter Decor !
Happy resurrection Day to You !
Blessings,
~Myrna

Ann said...

all those little rabbits, were they one set, or did you slowly accumulate more and more.