Easter projects I have been working on this past week:
And in my usual fashion, I’m either taking pictures at night because that’s when I finishing my projects,
after the fact so I miss out on the real photo op, or after it’s been eaten.
I will post recipes for things later, just wanted to get these pictures up.
The kids donning their Easter Bunny noses
This is an example of after the photo op: Easter Bunny noses on the snack table for our church party/egg hunt. I barely got this picture before they were gobbled up. I failed to get a picture of the spread it was quite springy looking.
I forgot I took this picture with my phone, it’s a little better
This is an example of taking pictures at night: My cute little bunnies, I think they are adorable
My adorable bunnies among some yellow ducks sharing their plate (it looks as if my bunnies are being snobbish-oh well they got eaten) 🙂
The tombs and stones I had the kids make for me, I think they did an outstanding job
My attempt at making actual colored eggs, it was a fun change
more of my colored deviled egg flowers
This is an example of taking a picture after it’s been eaten: This is what’s left of my Cherry Chocolate Cheese cake. It was awesome and looked great with some sugared cherries I had line across the top, but they got eaten.
I hope you had a wonderful Easter Sunday!
I will post recipes soon . . .
I’m a little late getting this out, but I was taking advantage of the holiday! Anyway here is one of my favorite recipes handed down from my Grandmother, and it is so easy to make, which is a huge plus in my book!
I have also found the pudding in cups packed in my children’s lunch is a nice treat for them from time to time. So I’ll add this to our Back to School information.
Click on the image and make some really delicious pudding. It’s easy too!
Grandma Weimer’s Chocolate Pudding