I bought these hand painted eggs while in Vienna last year. They are so beautiful. I so vividly remember this time last year; boy, do I miss Vienna.
When I was younger, my mom always had an easter tree with pussy willows. I have followed suit and I love how my viennese eggs look with my mom's easter decorations. Luke and I decorated our Easter tree (below).
Our first Easter in our new home! Yeah!
Some of our paper-mache eggs in a ceramic egg crate.
Big Y, our local grocery store, had a buy one, get one free on mini daffodil plants. I bought two and planted them in my white enamel mini buckets (that I use for everything). Easy peasy and it only cost me $5.99.
We used some fresh farm brown and blue eggs this weekend to make soft boiled eggs for breakfast and...
lamb meatballs for dinner.
And, Luke finished his Easter cards. He was so proud of them. And, he worked so hard remembering the importance of Easter.