I’m sitting here thinking of Easter as it’s blowing snow outside. Every few years we get an April snow and I guess this is the year we’re blessed with one last flurry of the white stuff. It promises to be in the 60’s later this week so the snow will be gone soon, thankfully. I’m also sitting here thinking of how quickly Easter approached this year, with all its pastel beauty. I love the colors of Easter and sprinkled them across my Easter table setting.
A pot of grape hyacinths and 2 potted pink cyclamens lend an air of quaintness.
I love the smell of hyacinths … no other flower compares to its scent.
A stretch of pink filato paper is used as a wide table runner. Filato paper is a waterproof, non-woven material that’s soft to the touch. Almost feels like a thin piece of felt. A wide, white burlap ribbon runs down the center, with a narrower aqua burlap ribbon atop that.
Once the snow melts outside and Easter dinner is over, I’ll plant these spring flowers outside so that I can enjoy them next year. I bought most of them at our local April flea market, which costs less than buying them at the garden center.
What are you having for Easter dinner this weekend?
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