They sell them here in the Midwest this time of year.
We love them and gobble them up fast.
I was about to throw the crate in the fire,
and something stopped me.
until yesterday when I finally had time to get started on my idea.
Check this out!
When I was little, my parents always managed to make us 4 kids the most beautiful Easter baskets.
The Easter bunny would hide our Easter baskets at home,
along with some eggs, and on Easter morning we had to find them.
We continue the tradition here at our house.
I wrapped the green ribbon around the corners that were protruding.
Then I did the same with the pink and tied a bow in front.
I used a staple gun to secure the ribbon in the back.
and secured it with a staple gun on each side.
I covered the staples by wrapping twine around the box several times tying it in the back.
so I sprayed it with some starch I didn’t even know I had -lol.
Then I hung it to dry last night.
I knew this chandelier was meant for more that just looks.
are all from the Dollar Tree.
The furry Easter bunny I also found at the dollar store, but it was last year.
The ceramic eggs my brother and cousins made years ago,
and I inherited them after my brother passed away.