Sending Easter greetings your way ❤
Do you remember this photo from my Easter 2009 post? Nine years feel like they have flown by and the dolls and I are once again wishing you a very Happy Easter!
I’ve just finished posting directions for making dyed silhouette eggs, like the one Isabeau is holding in this photo, on another one of my blogs, Paula Walton’s 18th Century Home Journal. If you’d like to know how to make these sweet nostalgic eggs click on this link:
Happy Easter from Paula Walton’s A Sweet Remembrance ❤
Wishing you all a very happy Easter weekend!
Melissa’s doll spent an afternoon frolicking with the rabbits before she departed for her new home.
What sweet treats are hiding under the chick’s nest?
“Bunny do you think the eggs will hatch in time for Easter?”
“Look! I think one is starting to crack!”
I received this very special Easter photo from all of my dolls that are now part of a wonderful family. It’s the best Easter greeting that I’ve ever gotten! It is such fun to see them all together. A huge thank you to Susie for convincing the girls to behave long enough to have their picture taken and for allowing me to share it with you! ❤ When this photo was taken the girls were all patiently waiting to welcome their newest sister home and into the family. 🙂
Ready for Easter!
This doll is traveling on spring break. She has gone to Delaware to visit Winterthur Museum and take part in the Early American Life 2015 Directory photo shoot.
Wardrobe change! All well dressed young ladies need at least two frocks with matching shoes.
Need a bit more Easter eye candy?
Click here to see a previous Easter post.
Were you wondering if Miss Zanna arrived safe and sound at her new home in time to celebrate Easter with her sisters? Take a peek…. all of her sisters and a dear old family friend have made her feel particularly welcome and well loved ❤
Welcome home Zanna!!!