I prefer an enduring Easter egg to an edible one. My adult daughter still has the handmade paper maché Easter egg and the cloth Easter billy that her godmother, Irena Sibley, made for her when she was a young child. As a keen conservationist, illustrator and story writer, Irena (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irena_Sibley) started the Easter bilby movement in Australia.
These are probably new, but have a wonderful "antique" look. Happy Easter to you, ma chère.
Well, I thought your other post might be my favorite but rethought that the second i saw this! I love them! Happy Easter!
Pretty.A nice find.Happy Easter to you and yours.
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What beautiful eggs.
Some nations make beautiful Easter eggs. These are nice.
Elizabeth, what a wonderful story, and I am happy that your daughter has been a good custodian of heritage and history. Thanks for the link.A wonderful Easter to all. Do not eat too much chocolate.Bises,Genie
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