Welcome to A Favorite Thing #30! Thirty sounds nice and solid, doesn’t it? Hard to believe we’ve been getting together every Friday and Saturday for thirty weeks. Before I forget, if you celebrate Easter, have a happy one.
Highlights from last week:
Jillian’s collection of LuRay Pastel Dinnerware. Gorgeous. I have always admired her collection, which is beautiful any time of year, but especially at Easter time! Jillian blogs at Bella Rosa Antiques.
Kara of That’s the Way the Cornbread Crumbles, shared a photo of her new bowls – 5 of them. The green bowl is calling my name.
Kristina, of Mother’s Niche, shared her recipe for Rice Krispie Nests and Eggs with Peeps. Aren’t these adorable? And now I’m craving a good old Rice Krispie Treat. I love those things!
Thanks so everyone for sharing a bit of your heart with us every week!
This week I’m sharing the last in my egg cup series:
Left: A pretty lustreware egg cup. Love the aqua color on the rim.
Right: One of my favorites because it is so sweet. A little girl in her bunny costume, holding an egg cup.
I hope you’ve enjoyed exploring my collection for the past 2 weeks. I’m all energized to start collecting more; maybe branching out beyond my mostly figural egg cup collection.
Now it’s your turn!
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