Saturday, March 22, 2008

Post card & craft

I tried to get this text higher on the page but for some reason could not. I know so many of us love the old post cards so I was happy to find this one and add my own words to it. I made the tree with the eggs on it. I wish I could say I made the eggs but alas they were a find in one of my favorite thrift stores. I did however find the branch in my yard, painted it gold, anchored it in the antique pot and placed a few yellow flowers around the base. Of course the Easter egg tree has nothing to do with the true meaning ....which is the resurrection of my Lord and savior, JESUS. So do you plan on going to a Sunrise Service, I have some beautiful memories of going to them in the Keys as they would always be at beach, there is something special about seeing the sun come up over the ocean. HOPE YOU HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY. To see the details of the pictures on the eggs, click on the picture for an enlargement.


Janet said...

What a beautiful postcard (with lavender printing!)....and I love your Easter egg tree! Those eggs are so pretty. Are they painted or decoupaged?

Betzie said...

I just love your Easter tree of pretty eggs Gail!! So springy and decorative...and your wall of plates under that green shelf is gorgeous. I love old plates!
Happy Easter and as my dad always says HE IS RISEN! :)

Shop girl said...

Happy Easter! It came so fast this year! What a great idea, I think your Easter tree is wonderful. And the eggs are decorated so sweet.
You are blessed to be a
blessing Gail,
Hugs, Mary

Shop girl said...

There is a cross on a hill where we have gathered for many years to watch the sun come up. We sing praise songs, it is very moving.
We take Hot Chocolate and trash bags in case it starts to rain. But the old weather man say we will be clear and dry, it is beautiful here in Idaho.
The name of the hill is of all things Pickle Bute! No one seems to know why????
Big Hugs, Mary