Hello friends and welcome to April! Can you believe we’re already into the fourth month of the year? But most importantly, Easter is this weekend.
In preparation for such, I have shared several Easter egg ideas and hope one or more may have inspired you. And my hope is that I haven’t bored you with them just yet as I have one more…I promise this is the last one.
I had to show this one because I find if an idea pops into my head – even if it seems impractical – I have to see it through or I won’t be able to stop thinking about it…
…and this little dipped egg planter is one of them.
These ‘impractical’ ideas are the ones I often hesitate posting…
…but as I learn to accept my creativity, it gets a little easier 🙂
As they, say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and to me, these are adorable and add whimsy to our home and whimsy makes my heart happy…
Speaking of Happy…
On Saturday afternoon, Hubby and I decided to surprise our youngest son and take him to watch a football (soccer) match. Even though it was a little chilly (see Tristan using his hat to hold his drink?), the sun was shining and we had a lot of fun. While Isabella wasn’t very happy to be there, it’s nothing a little popcorn didn’t take care of..:)
And then on Sunday evening we caught a basketball game, ate popcorn and hot dogs and cheered with the rest of the crowd. One of the teams sponsors is a pizza company and if the team scores over 100 points, everyone in the stadium receives a free slice of pizza. That was a greater cheering incentive for the kiddies than the actual game itself. The score was 99 – 92 for us, but sadly, no pizza…:(
Our life is far from perfect and we have burdens and struggles, but everyday I find more and more reasons to be eternally grateful to God…the love in our family being one of them.
And as usual, I am grateful you took the time to visit, it makes me smile to know you are walking this journey with me.
Have a beautiful day!
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nicolette @ momnivore's dilemma says
there’s always beauty in the impractical…
i never got around to easter crafting this year.
but for good reason.
now, i can just admire more of yours…
they are gorgeous!!! really lovely
Love your mini-dipped-egg-vases…would have loved an how-to but still inspirational!
Happy Easter, also 🙂
I love your whimsical little projects. They are really cute! What I love even more is the time you spend with loving your family. There are ups and downs in every family dynamic but, in the end, family is what life is all about and I think we have to seize and enjoy those little joyful moments when we can. It gives us courage to forge forward and face some of those bigger issues. Blessings to you, my dear friend- xo Diana
Love your project.Simple and elegant too.You are busy as we are.This time of the year we are running like crazy.And I only have one child.I can’t imagine doing this with any others.Have a great day.
You have a beautiful family Lucy! I really love the little egg planters…they’d be super sweet in a country kitchen or French Farm House theme all year round :~)
I love your sweet little eggs, Lucy. thanks so much for sharing them with us.
Une belle idée
Beautiful and simple egg vase
Lucy, you are so talented. Love these beautiful egg vases! Thanks for sharing.
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