Five Years of Easter Egg Goodness!

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Easter Eggs have been the focus of my past five Easter celebrations on Gingerbreadsnowflakes! My egg baskets are full! Before I move on to to my new focus this year - bunnies - I've put together a little link guide to the past five years of Easter egg goodness.

Easter Bunny Reveal!!!

Easter Bunny Embroidery

I have been so eager to share my Easter Bunny! Currently under construction, of course, but still - exciting!!

Before I share one more word or picture about bunny goodness however, I need first and foremost to give credit to three fabulous designers who are collectively and totally responsible for inspiring my Easter Bunny! Without the inspiration and the skills learned from each of them, I would not be having all this fun!

Happy St David's Day and a Sneak Peak at my Easter Bunny!

Daffodils to Celebrate St. David's Day

Happy St. David's Day! Daffodils opened right on schedule - this one waiting for me when I stumbled out to the kitchen for morning coffee!


Surprisingly Pretty Easter Eggs - Created With Silk Yarn!


I unpacked these eggs today and fell in love all over again!  And since the original tutorial lies buried in an old post where it is sharing space with several other egg decorating ideas, I decided to "lift" it and give it it's very own post!

So!  Here it is again!  

Edible Pysanky!


Yes! Edible Pysanky! A perfect way to keep kids occupied until their Dinosaur eggs are cool enough to unwrap! Or simply let them spend an afternoon drawing pretty designs on hard boiled eggs. I don't know why I didn't think of this before!

All that is needed for this project: Hard boiled eggs cool enough to handle and Wilton FoodWriter Edible Color Markers.

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