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    Demelza
    Fri Apr 15, 2011 10:20 am
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    Happy Easter to you as well Awalde. Enjoy your visit with your family icon_biggrin.gif
    By the time you get back I will have been able to try some of your recipes.
    Demelza
    Lalaloula
    Sat Apr 23, 2011 4:30 am
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    awalde wrote:
    I'm glad you liked my Easter-products!

    I confess we ate the eggs and the "colomba" already.
    This evening we'll live and stay some days with my parents in Ticino (Italian part of Switzerland); I prepared a beautiful "colomba" for them! Then we'll take some days vacations and we'll be back on May!

    I wish you all a HAPPY EASTER!


    Oh enjoy your vaccay awalde and the visit with your parents! icon_biggrin.gif I cant wait to hear back from you what goodies you made and ate at your parents' house. icon_biggrin.gif yummy.gif

    Loula
    Lalaloula
    Sat Apr 23, 2011 4:31 am
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    I would like to wish you all a very happy Easter! Enjoy the celebrations and if you happen to make something to eat or a decoration, please dont forget to share it here with us! icon_biggrin.gif
    I feel blessed to be able to share into your preparations for the feast here!


    Loula
    glitter
    Sat Apr 30, 2011 2:50 pm
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    awalde wrote:
    Hi Loula and everybody there, my favorites are Onion and Herbs Deyed Easter Eggs #451155!
    Dying eggs is very common in Switzerland, but not everybody knows that it's so easy and you don't need to buy special colors!icon_wink.gif
    Today I prepared these ones:lol:


    I just looked thru some of this quickly since I only have a few min today. I hear my dh running the lawn mower. But my Mom always colored the Easter Eggs with Onion Shells. I remember that so clearly and even my kids used to look forward to her eggs because of that. I know this tradition all too well. I think the coloring is so much nicer too. With the color packets you buy you never get as solid a color on the shell.
    Lalaloula
    Mon May 09, 2011 4:14 am
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    Thats so true, glitter! Plus the organic colours without gelatin and stuff are very expensive. So, I really love coloring my eggs with what nature gives us. icon_smile.gif This year unfortunately I didnt find the time to do so, but next year for sure! Im going to try pink ones with beetroot juice, I think. My cousin adores pink, so Im going to try. lol

    Loula
    Kim D.
    Wed Jun 29, 2011 12:17 pm
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    I love all the projects! icon_biggrin.gif

    I'm a little late, but I knitted a bunny, then felted it and added crocheted flowers, a bow, button eyes and nose. I then put him on a piece of plastic grass (found at Hobby Lobby) and used him as a centerpiece for my table.

    Lalaloula
    Fri Jul 01, 2011 2:52 am
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    Kim, better late than never they say and Im so happy you did post your cute as a bunny bunny! icon_biggrin.gif
    He is adorable! Love the cute face and how you arranged him on a piece of grass. So cute!
    I wish I could knit propberly and crochet, Ive seen so many cool things done that way and Im sure theres lots more once can do. Did you do other projects before this one?

    Loula
    Tisme
    Sat Mar 24, 2012 3:48 am
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    @http://www.food.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=372924&start=0

    BILBY FOUND!
    Cookgirl
    Tue Apr 03, 2012 9:37 am
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    ^^Kim, that bunny is adorable!



    I must apologize on the sloppy photos. As you can see my cat kept getting
    in the way as I was trying to set up the shot! Silly boy! I'll take better pictures later when there is sufficient light.

    These washcloth bunnies were fun and very EASY to make! I added a 'pom pom' tail to each one, too. icon_wink.gif






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    Cookgirl
    Tue Apr 03, 2012 9:48 am
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    Finished the egg-shaped "Stringtime" yarn garland and here you see it hanging up to dry in the ~Tasty~'s bedroom.


    I don't like the ribbon I used to hang this garland so that will be replaced. I decided to use clothespins to hang the garland. First, they were spray painted gold, set aside to dry and then sprinkled with pink glitter. A small "rhinestone" was then glued on to each clothespin for the final artistic touch.





    (PS the set of Matryoshka dolls you see in the background I made for ~Tasty~ as a Christmas present. I'll post a new thread on those soon.)
    Cookgirl
    Tue Apr 03, 2012 9:51 am
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    For all the yarn eggs I used up a bunch of odds and ends ribbon and trim from my scrap box.

    Cookgirl
    Wed Apr 04, 2012 6:22 pm
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    Contest & Event Host
    Sat Apr 07, 2012 6:26 am
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    CG, wow, just wow! icon_biggrin.gif I LOVE all the different crafts youve created. They are so fun and pretty! I especially like the cloth bunnies, they are just adorable! Ive saved the instructions for those to make as well. The yarn eggs are such a cool idea and I bet you could easily make different shapes for other holidays, too.
    Your embellishment on the clothpins is cool, too. It looks like a little princess' dream come true! icon_biggrin.gif

    The quality of your pics is outstanding as usual and I quite like the cat intruder, she adds a touch of whimsy. icon_biggrin.gif

    Thanks so much for sharing! grouphug.gif

    Loula
    Cookgirl
    Sat Apr 07, 2012 10:24 am
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    Contest & Event Host wrote:
    Ive saved the instructions for those to make as well. The yarn eggs are such a cool idea and I bet you could easily make different shapes for other holidays, too.



    Thanks so much for sharing! grouphug.gif

    Loula


    Thanks, La!


    If and when you do decide to make the washcloth bunnies, let me know because I have a few suggestions/tips for you.

    ttfn, cg
    Cookgirl
    Sat Apr 07, 2012 10:27 am
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    Yes, I plan on making the stringtime yarn project again in the autumn using
    a maple leaf or other leaf-shaped cookie cutter or template...There really are no limitations as to shape: heart, Christmas tree, snowflake, pumpkin, etc...


    I wish we lived closer, Lou. We are crafty kindred spirits! icon_wink.gif





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