Tuesday, April 8, 2014

easter chick filled eggs

i have a question for you.
what do you think?
maybe a story will help you decide?


ooo! there's a nice round healthy lookin' chick for ya.













ok so i know this post coulda been done with 1-3 pics. 
and a few sentences of explanation like, 
instead of spending a ton of time decorating your easter eggs this year, why not use them as is in their true form?
just place a mini egg in a regular white egg (found at hobby lobby), decorate with sharpies, and then fill with candy of your choice. or in some cases, 
lemon almond candies decorated with food markers.

and then that would be that.
so then the only question left would be
which came first the chicken or the egg?

but we all know it doesn't really matter.
as long as they have each other and lots of "reinforcements" along the way.

kinda like us & blogging y'know?








18 comments:

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    1. great minds think alike! heehee thank you funny Kim! :)

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    1. oh i love how you SCREAM adorable!!! lol thank you Crafty Lumberjacks :>D

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  3. OMG this is so cute! LOL :)

    Thanks for joining the Link Up this week!

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    1. aww thank you Jess! i think it would be really cute if you put a dozen of these in a basket with the crack marks then have the kids break open the eggs to find the candy filled chicks! or at least that's what i'm gonna do lol :)

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    1. i'm trying to make more simple stuff like you Brenda cuz I still feel under the weather ugh but it would be easy to crank out a bunch of these baby birds :) thanks again for stopping by!

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  5. So clever! Imagine how surprised everyone would be - just expecting an ordinary stash of jelly beans and finding the fun goes on and on and on.....!

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    1. they're like energizer bunny eggs-they go on and on and on...if i knew how to stuff a jellybean or lemon almond i would! LOL thanks J :)

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    1. how very nice of you to say Erin! thank you :)

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  7. I love your verbal embellishments! What a cute chick family!

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    1. hey verbal embellishments sounds much fancier than cartoon bubbles! heehee you are so eloquent Michelle! thank you! :)

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  8. This is so cute! I want to make this for my 2 year old, she will love it!

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    1. HOORAY! make them! make them! they're so easy and quick :) thank you Anna! :>D

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