Thursday, April 12, 2012

Before we get too far away from Easter, there are two things I want to share, no three.  Easter is probably my favorite holiday because of the hope it symbolizes for all mankind through the resurrection.  I also like it for the beautiful colors and spring timing.

Here are two other things that added to this Easter's creative fun.  

One treat I was able to make were these turtle cookies that
I saw on Pinterest from the Pixelated Crumb.

Here's me making them.

Can I just say,
Holy moly.  If you like nuts, chocolate and caramel... 
Run, do not walk to the Pixelated Crumb!

And last, I chose to use my late 1930s Homer Laughlin Organdy Swing Pastel china on the Easter table.  I only have four place settings of this hard to find china (hard to find in grown up sizes).  I had been holding out until I acquired more settings, but decided instead of waiting, to use it now and mix it up with my cream colored Wedgwood.  The pastels are just too perfect for Easter.  Mr. bunny approves.


  1. Wow those cookies look delicious!!! and you mean mr. super creepy bunny..

  2. Ok, dear daughter - we will add Mr. sweet innocent bunny to your list of things that creep you out along with ham, basements, and every man over the age of 40.

  3. Oh my word! Turtle cookies!
    That is a must on my to-bake list.
    And love the pastel dishes.

    Kimberly :)


Lemon tree very pretty, and the lemon flower is sweet-
But the fruit of the poor lemon is impossible to eat.

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