Good evening, Dishers, and welcome to this week’s meeting.
I hope those who are preparing for Easter have all your chicks in a row, and your eggs colored!
Speaking of chicks, the last time Alma, The Tablescaper, and I were at CTS, she pointed out this very stylin’ Plus Size chick.
She became the centerpiece, nestled in a bed of paper grass, with eggs and chicks and flowers tucked in.
She lights up via a battery pack that fits in her, umm, bottom!
I made the tablecloth from wonderful fabric heavy weight from Duralee. The design has a green and white cord going through .It was a remnant at the Outlet, and at a dollar I hopped to it, quick as a bunny. :)
Salt and pepper bunnies from Christmas Tree Shop.
Purple flatware by Cambridge, a Cmas gift from Alma, green ruffled charger from CTS, orange dinner from $ Tree, Lime polka dot plate trimmed in white, clearance at HG, $1.60.
Orange stripe salad plate by Syracuse china from the .99 store.
Sweet grosgrain ribbon trimmed napkin with embroidered carrots from Pottery Barn. Purple ceramic napkin ring by Villeroy and Boch, with a carrot from CTS .
Pink stem from CTS and tumbler from .99 store. Little pink chick stirrer from my friend, Pam, via a thrift shop.
Egg topiary name holder from CTS, as well as the pink ramekins.
The glass egg holder is from WSonoma Outlet.
Definitely an EGGS plosion of color compared to last week’s table!
Do you have traditional foods you always make for Easter?
We always make Babka , as my dh is of Ukrainian heritage.
Snow peas filled with crabmeat are a favorite appetizer for the Easter meal.
The Egg cupcakes are a must, for the kids and adults alike! Put the jelly bean on right before serving so it doesn’t bleed into the whipped cream.
The yolk is cream cheese icing tinted yellow. I make some with chocolate cake too. They are dipped in chocolate, a bit messy for sure! Recipe HERE
If I don’t see you before then, have a wonderful holiday!
We celebrate all of Easter Week, it doesn’t end on Sunday, that is only the start!
Happy Easter! I am off to fill 120 eggs we need for the egg hunt!
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