Monday, 30 March 2009

Easter is around the corner.




Unbelievable almost April, time goes to fast. before we know we are preparing for Christmas again. But firstwe have Easter. For me it is still strange to celebrate Easter in Autumn. I think spring makes more sense , birds lay their eggs and all the bulbs show first life. But we have falling leaves, so absolute no Easter feeling.
I made an Easter wreath with egg shells. It so easy to make and as you know I like wreaths. I have them in all sorts of material.

4 comments:

SWEET MARY said...

That is very pretty. I miss Easter in the spring also but Christmas is the worst.

Janneke said...

Hallo Jacoline,
Het moet inderdaad wel bijzonder te zijn om Pasen te vieren in een herfst sfeer. Mooi dat je dat met wat deco een beetje kan veranderen :)
De krans is prachtig...heb je de eieren met draad aan elkaar gemaakt ? Trouwens het recept met de paprika's lijkt me ook super ! En wat een mooi idee om een dag uit te gaan met jullie dochter !!
Wat heerlijk om zo aan de zee te zitten en koffie te drinken :)
Groetjes, Janneke

Lola Nova said...

The wreath is so sweet. We have the daffodils and tulips coming up, so a little more in the Easter tradition. We also have lots of rain right now, I am wishing for the sun to brighten the days.

lisette said...

Leuk, leuk! Wat heb je dat gaaf gedaan!!

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This is the first time that I write in my blog.
I am Jacoline, me and my family emigrated to New Zealand from The Netherlands 3 years ago.
I can tell you, we went through some hard times in those 3 years, but we found our dream.

We bought a lovely home close to the beach. I spend a lot of time in our garden which has a lot of fruit trees, a nice vegetable garden and great flowers.

I love to shop in secondhand shops and garages sales are the best invention ever.
My days are filled with craft, cooking , baking and of course my 3 girls.
I try to have a beachwalk every day and on wednesday I join the quilt club.

We are still busy with rebuiling the house to make it a great home.
We like traveling and like to discover our new country.
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