Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Frost Is on the Easter Egg Bush


For many years now, a highlight of Easter at our house is decorating a bush outside with brightly colored plastic eggs.

Down from the attic comes the plastic bin, filled with eggs of all sizes and colors.



The decorated Easter egg bush draws lots of attention.

It's such a pretty thing to see! 

Here's the first egg hung:



Some cars slow down in front of our house so people can get a better look.

Children walk by and slow their pace when they see the bush. Some stop all together and stare.


Mostly, it draws smiles.

This year it was more of a challenge than ever to decorate it  because I had to traipse through snow to get to it.


A couple of times, the plastic bin of eggs collected throughout the years almost slid down the little hill near the bush.

But even worse, I almost slid down myself a couple of times and that wouldn't have been a pretty sight!


 I wasn't even singing "Here Comes Peter Cottontail, Hopping Down the Bunny Trail."


BEFORE:




AFTER:



It felt like decorating for Santa instead of the Easter bunny but now it's done and the Easter egg bush looks pretty "schnazzy," especially contrasted against all the white snow!

HAVE YOU EVER DECORATED A TREE OR BUSH WITH EASTER EGGS? TELL US ABOUT IT!

16 comments:

Eva Marie O'Brien said...

That looks very cool and colourful against the layer of snow :)

Prairie Patch Quilts said...

What a nice decoration for you and your neighbors to enjoy. Great idea. Watch your step and have a very Happy and Blessed Easter.

ImSoVintage Laura Walker said...

I'm sure people love seeing your colorful egg tree against the snow. I hope that you get some warmer weather soon XO Laura

Bookie said...

Lots like fun for you. I have never done it. I guess winter always hangs around and dampens the outside for Easter too often.

Rose said...

I love this!

I used to have a little Easter tree with tiny ornaments. But it broke years ago.

Chatty Crone said...

Oh Susan I am so glad you did this - I Just love it. Looks so wonderful in the snow too - so bright and careful. Glad you didn't fall. And i am going to do this next year! Love it.

Chatty Crone said...

How did you get them on?

Marta said...

Hello from Spain: In my country there is no tradition of decorating with easter eggs. I see that you have snow in your city. In my country we are in spring with sun and heat. Keep in touch

Kit said...

Oh Susan it is lovely! We do one too! Been doing one since my girls were born. :) I have a burning bush I use out front and the neighbors just love it. Glad to see you put one up too! :) Kit

Kamyria said...

It looks so beautiful and colourful Susan! I've never seen anyone do this before... Great idea! :)

Nellie said...

I've never decorated a bush with Easter eggs. Yours is lovely, though, and it seems like it would be a beautiful idea! Spring is coming, you know.:-)

marianne said...

Your Easter Egg bush looks great! So colorful and "Springy" despite the late arrive of Spring. Sunshine is predicted for tomorrow so I'm sure you Easter Egg bush will be dazzling in the glow of the springtime sun.

I never have decorated an outside bush with Easter Eggs, but I used to pick a branch and bring it inside. I would hang filled Easter eggs on it for the kids. They loved plucking the eggs off and finding small surprises in the eggs. Nice memory.

diane.stetson said...

Oh no there is still snow on the ground..a little different from the bush you decorated in Arizona right Susan? Still lovely though. Spring is just around the corner!

Lady Linda said...

Oh goodness Susan! I have lilacs blooming already and there you are, in the snow! WOW. Hope spring arrives soon.
I bet you can't wait.
Love,
Linda

Red Rose Alley said...

Susan, your Easter egg bush looks wonderful! How nice that you decorate this for the kids. It must be a sight when people pass by. It looks so colorful against the white snow.

~Sheri

Primroses Attic said...

Your Easter eggs look beautiful. Yes I have a couple of tree I decorate and at Xmas I decorate them as well.

Rosezeeta.

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