Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Last Year's Eggs Still Fresh

Hello fellow spring enthusiasts!  For the White Wednesday link party, I'm sharing some eggs I made last year which were inspired by a spring issue of Jeanne D'Arc Living.  Figured they are still 'fresh' for this year, so they found their way into my dining room cabinet with all the whites.
(I've amended this post to clarify that these eggs are not real, but made from those plastic eggs for kids.  I painted & decoupaged them).
 
I'm having fun seeing all the spring transformations in your homes!



I thought I'd place my lovely Madonna statue near a plate with a crown, as she is often adorned with one.




And if you'd like to receive something similar to these....

....see my previous post to join in on the 'Pay It Forward' fun.  Please see the rules, then feel free to comment if you'd like to join.  Some of the initial comments are from lovely ladies already participating elsewhere, so I haven't reached 5 participants yet.
Happy White Wednesday!

13 comments:

Ozma of Odds said...

...lol!!
good eggs from last year
~ as if there could ever be anything eeewwwhhh (rotten) in your lovely surroundings and you are always fresh my dear!!

xo, Rosemary

Michelle @Shellsshabbyshack said...

Susan,

Your hutch is adorned with such beautiful things! I love the "last year" eggs and the lavender. I'm inspired to get my Spring going through the house.

Take care,
Michelle

Ellen said...

Your eggs are beautiful, even if it's a year later. Hard to choose between them for a favorite. Love the blue, love the print.

xoxo,
Ellen

Blondie's Journal said...

The eggs are just beautiful, Susan. We made them one year and had such a good time. We hung them from the chandelier. I had no idea you could save them. Maybe we will do it again this year!

I was in a Pay It Forward recently so I think I will sit this one out. They really are a lot of fun!

XO,
Jane

Blue Ridge Altered Art said...

Beautiful hutch and I love how you have everything displayed. My Grandmother designed and decorated eggs. I have many of the ones she made. You have reminded me I need to do a post with them. ~~Sherry~~

Donna said...

Your eggs are just gorgeous! Good to know that they are still "fresh":) And I am in love with your beautiful hutch. I really love the pretty wallpaper backing!! The Madonna and all of your other treasures are just perfect, everything looks so ethereal!!

Lisa ~Suburban Retreat~ said...

Dear Susan ~ Your eggs are so pretty! You've done a great job dressing them up! I purposely refrained from commenting on your previous post because I am NOT crafty AT ALL! I am always in awe of all the talented people out in Blogland but I don't happen to be one of them.

High Street Cottage said...

I just love all teh calming blues you use in your decor. Soooooooo pretty. xoxo tami

Amanda@RelovedRubbish said...

I love your lovely eggs! The pale blue one under the cloche is so pretty! Your whole cabinet is gorgeous with pale blues and whites.

Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving me a kind comment about my wall shelf :)

hugs,
Amanda

Pamela said...

Your hutch is beautiful!!
I love the colours and how everything is displayed on the shelves!!

Abby's Paperie Garden said...

Hi Susan, so nice to meet you! I adore your blog and can't wait to read your other posts. Thanks so much for your sweet comment about my "make it pretty" post...means so much!!

Hugs,

Abby

Secret Garden Cottage said...

Your eggs turned out wonderful, Susan! JDL magazine is so inspirational, isn't it?! I love the way that you've displayed them!
Have a great day! :)
~ Jo

Roselle said...

Love your eggs. I have a batch that I keep meaning to transform but something always comes up! Thanks for the inspiration!
Roselle

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