my anti-basket

April 10, 2009


When I was a little girl, I always received some sort of basket of goodies for Easter. Usually, it comprised of Barbie dolls and an Easter dress. These past few years, I have used a basket (which now houses our crayons) or my turquoise berry pints, but this year I wanted something that we would use every year, something a bit different. Our new solution: Easter Bags… 
Easter bags
They are made of some old French dish cloths that I have been saving. I did a sort of raw free motion embroidery with their names and I am pretty satisfied with the outcome. It’s not perfect, but that is much better right? A little sweeter with its imperfections. Plus, I think these bags have plenty of room (as it measures about 12”x18”) to catch all those eggs from the coming Easter egg hunts, don’t you think? From my experience, baskets are so teensy that they don’t hold very many eggs and just about the time the basket is getting full, you bend over to grab the last few eggs and then all the eggs come tumbling out of the basket like a free for all. So yes, an Easter bag is more like it.  
The girls are getting little goodies in the Easter bags. True is getting some baking supplies to add to her kitchen and Brave is getting some books and finger puppets for her puppet theatre. Of course, both toys are really for both. They end up sharing everything anyways, especially sickies (which I am glad to be finally rid of here in these parts)… 
True's Easter bag
Brave's Easter bag
Sunday is not just Easter egg hunts and time for gathering with family, though we are excited for that. For us it is much more. We will be celebrating Christ’s resurrection…
Romans 5:8 
“but God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”
True, my little artist, has a message for all of you…
True's drawing
She drew the bunny all by herself. The only thing I helped her with was the writing. I think she is quite the artist for being so young, but then again, I don’t know what is normal for almost an almost 3 year old. Maybe you do and I am just an overly enthusiastic mother. Anyhow, my True is an artist to me and we (Ben, True, Brave, and I) want you to have a wonderful Easter weekend!

p.s. Hop on over to Misha Lulu’s blog and see a most fantastically splendid giveaway. A chance to win one of her cute frocks is such a treat, so hoppity hop on over!

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