Sounds like fun. I might even have an idea:) Cheers!
I love your Easter Eggs, they are so unique and under the domes are just stunning. I just love how pretty it looks. Hugs, Marty
Count me in!Jane
Joan, these are beautiful.Shiny, pastel and ready for Easter. Lovely.Yvonne
Awesome Easter eggs that you made! Thanks for sharing your idea with us.Deb :)
I love the idea..just not sure if I have anything vintage Easter. I will post your button on my blog, and start to look about. Hopefully I will find something to participate.
I like the idea of the eggs underneath the glass domes.Sissie
LOVE those! Please add me. I hope to participate. And do remind me! I need all the help I can get.
How fun! The Valentines one was so fun! I will have the link on my blog!
The colors of the eggs are so spring-ish! I can't wait:)Sue
Hi Joan,It's amazing how everything looks cuter under a dome!KellySecond Hand Chicks
You inspired me girlfriend! Hope you have time to hop over and see how.Looking forward to your vintage Easter party.Hoppy Wednesday Blessings ;-)
Hello Joan, I so enjoyed the Valentine Party, that I would love to join this one too, please.Your eggs look amazing.Monica.
Count me in, too, please. I've been puttinig out my Spring-y Easter stuff this week. I'm off on a trreasure hunt today - hoping to find some Vintage Easter. Which, I so do not need! :D
Love those eggs, I have some just like them:) Beautiful display, my friend! Have a blessed day!
Since your blog about cloches I have been keeping my eye open for how people use them. What a great easter idea! Count me in for the Easter Blog Hop. Thanks!
The eggs under the domes won't be destroyed by little kid fingers!
What a great way to display those eggs! I remember the '70s Christmas ornaments but I've never seen eggs done that way. Too cute!
That party sounds like a great idea! I am starting a Favorite Things Friday Party on the 19th...I'll take your button and you can take mine! Deal? :) lol
These are so pretty and I love the eggs. I remember the ornaments like that but don't remember ever seeing this type of egg.
You never fail to impress! Such a simple, yet sweet vignette!
I have never seen eggs like this but I will be keeping my eye open for them. Don't know if I have anything vintage for Easter but will start looking.
very cute eggs and love how they are displayed. Have a great VTT!
Everything looks good under a cloche! I should buy a real big one for me!
What a pretty post. Love it. I love vintage and Easter. Sounds like a recipe for something wonderful. I would love to be a part and will take a button. So sweet.I really enjoy visiting your blog....even if I don't comment all the time...I visit all the time! Big smile.Have a wonderful day!Debbie
Hey Girl! I am back! Just wanted to say...Thanks for linking up to Thrifty Thursday this week! Hope you have had a chance to enter the giveaway.Have a wonderful weekend.HUGS!LeighTales from Bloggeritavillewww.lbratina.blogspot.com
Love all your beautiful eggs :)
What a great use for the mantle clock bell jar...I created one my self but didn't know what to put in it, thank you for sharing!
Pretty eggs, and I'm taking a button.I will be participating...PLEASE do remind me:)
I'm a little late w/ my VTT visits this week. Love the eggs under glass; I've never seen the satin kind.
What a fun find and pretty display. Good luck on your show.
I love the beautiful colored eggs, and I love the idea of a Vintage Easter Blog Hop. I'd like to participate. I'm posting your cute button.Kay
Sounds like a fun day.. I'm in!!Sandyhttp://thewondersofdoing.blogspot.com/
Yes, include me in on your party. I have some vintage Easter cards and a fantastic 1880's scrapbook I've been wanting to show off.
I'm in for the party...Hippity Hop!xoPam
Please count me in. I just love your parties. I am grabbing the button today as well.
Please count me in. I found 2 bags of the 70's eggs at a thrift shop yesterday, can't wait to use them. I am grabbing the button. Blessings, Vicky
Hi Joan, I'll be there to play, sounds like so much fun. I always love your vintage parties!!!Debra
I definitely wanna participate and would LOVE a reminder :)
How fun! Please keep me in the loop!
I want to be in the party too! I love Easter so this will be great! Suzie
I'm in too, Joan. I have a bunch of post cards I got last summer to show.
I'm so excited about attending another blog party...this will be my second and I can't wait. I love Easter and will have some nice vintage cards to show!
Sounds lovely! I am deciding on what to share, I posted the button!
Hi Joan,I would love to participate in the Easter Blog Party! I love your blog parties!! I will be doing it on my home decor blog, 15 Bella Vie, so I will add your button there. Thanks, and have a great week!Sincerely,Melinda
Greetings from Isle La Motte, VermontI would love to join in the Vintage Easter Blog.ThanksMichelePS love the pastel eggs.
I'd like to participate at justabbyandme.blogspot.com.
Hi Joan! I'm so glad you stopped by! I completely forgot! I'm on it now, though! Thank you for reminding me! Grandma's postcards, here I come!~ Debbi
Love what you did with your eggs,, Unique and beautiful.Sonny
This is just so lovely and the colors are so perfect for spring. Your jars are stunning with their pretty displays. Thanks so much for joining the party. Hugs, Marty
These are beautiful! Happy Easter!Katherine
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