Serendipity Experience 82 : Easter Eggcitement!

12:11 AM


 I love the simplicity and joy of Easter. It is a celebration of  new life, freshness and  pureness!
 Whilst the chocolate bunnies are embraced enthusiastically by our household on Easter Sunday, beyond
 the chocolate is the excuse to refresh the house with beautiful posies and fresh pastel colours.
 Easter for us is a time to relax and re energize.  To set the easter table, prepare an easter tree and delight in  making a mess dying eggs.



Unfortunately in recent years the new wax coating that they have been applying onto our eggs has somewhat hindered the effects of our egg dying practices. Sourcing eggs straight from the farmyard is no easy feat, even when visiting the local markets. ( so called fresh eggs miraculously still had that waxed coating!!!!!)


For me the humble egg is such a perfect package. It looks fabulous sitting in an eggcup. used as a centerpiece or initialed as a place card, I  just have to be careful not to get  eggstremely carried away!!!


Linking with polishthestars and myromantichome

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13 comments

  1. i LOVE your dyed eggs! just gorgeous :)
    x

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  2. Your eggs look lovely, especially in the last photo. Interesting about the eggs being waxed, hadn't thought about it before.

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  3. Your Easter eggs are beautiful Simone!
    I was fortunate enough to be able to get some without the coating from a friend. Mine simply never dry when coated. :-( Wonder why they put the coating on anyway!!!

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  4. Your eggs looks so beautiful. I haven't died eggs in years. This makes me want to give it a go! I wonder if they put that coating on the eggs here?
    Anyway I do hope you have a lovely week!

    Hugs, Linda

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  5. I'm loving reading all the easter posts this morning- getting me enthused for a easter week over at mine next week!

    OK so I must look out for the eggs I buy my kiddos to decorate- thanks for the tip! Non waxy!

    Melissa x

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  6. hi Simone,
    So nice to have you back, hope your blogging break away was good for you...
    Love your creativeness with your Easter eggs..lovely post! ❤
    Hope your winter will be a mild one!

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  7. I love these eggs, wish the children were still young and wanted to do this with me, I miss all this craft

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  8. Thanks for visiting my blog. Your eggs are so pretty. How did you do them? Even though my daughter is now 24 we still love to color eggs, but are always looking for new ideas!!

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  9. Love your Easter eggs...they are the coolest colors...I love coloring them and making those beautiful designs...I am going to try my hand at coloring them with onion skins..we'll see...I am a new follower of yours from California....

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  10. These are beautiful! Thanks for adding them to the party :) I am pinning and tweeting them!

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  11. What a gorgeous photo of speckled eggs. It makes me want to take a trip to the store to get supplies.

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