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Monday, April 9, 2012

Edible Bird's Nest

Gift from our Pastor

I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter.  I do believe this Easter was one of the best ever!  Although it was the first time in 27 years that I did not hide eggs for anyone, sniff, sniff....

I wanted to share the edible bird's nests that our youngest daughter and I made as favors for our Church's Easter Brunch.
And no I did not get this idea from Pinterest.  (I do not pin, but I do spend a lot of time looking at boards)
My 27 year old daughter's first grade teacher shared this idea with me over 20 years ago.  This could be used with many different themes.
I'll be back tomorrow to join Jean for Bloomin' Tuesday.

15 comments:

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Darla, Happy Easter, although a day late for me...

Those are lovely, what wonderful little favours you have created.

I did see those on Pinterest, lol, but that's not a bad thing at all. After all every duck has to have it's space in the pond.

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

Diann said...

Hi Darla! I have been wanting to make these and still haven't gotten around to it. Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog. I hope you have a wonderful day!

tina said...

So what is the nest made of? It is sweet looking! I want to know what it tastes like.

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Darla girl ! It sounds like you had a great weekend .. hiding or not hiding eggs ;-)
Hey .. thank you for that idea girl ! .. now once I get the rest of the root out .. take away any sour soil and replace it with nice fresh soil around the edges of the bench, I should be able to grow a few plants there still ? right ?
Joy .. bet you saw Y&R by now with the baby??

tina said...

Thanks Darla! It looks great and I might have to try it out sometime.

HolleyGarden said...

These are absolutely adorable! What a cute idea! I am definitely going to steal this idea from you next Easter. Glad you had a great Easter, even though you didn't get to hide any eggs.

Lona said...

Those are so cute Darla and I bet they are yummy too. I am glad you had a wonderful Easter and the Lily is so pretty.

GRACE PETERSON said...

Adorable! I bet these were loved by all. How nice that the pastor gave you an Easter Lily. I bet it smells heaveny. I'm glad you had a wonderful Easter dear friend.

Beth said...

Love your little nests, Darla. Glad you had a good Easter. We did as well.

~Gardener on Sherlock Street said...

Beautiful lily and those next look cute and yummy.
Great Easter with family for us too.

Val said...

These are the cutest things ever!!!!

Janet, The Queen of Seaford said...

I like those little nests, very cute. I haven't done eggs or baskets for a few years now, sniff sniff too. Hope you had a good weekend and a nice Easter.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Cute little edible bird's nests, Darla.... I've seen them before... They look delicious....

Glad you had a great Easter. We did too.
Hugs,
Betsy

Becky said...

Beautiful lily!
Adorable little birdnests!
I have been hiding Easter eggs for 28 years. LOL And the bunny has been visiting for 30 years. LOL

Nate said...

Those edible Bird's Nests are awesome! Have you shared the recipe? I want to give them a try!

Thanks for sharing!

Nate