Spring and Easter baskets from our 1840 Farm Family
Enough to make me very hungry for real eggs!
These are beautiful! I love handcrafts, because I am so bad at them!
I am so happy to hear that you admire the handcrafted baskets. If you are ever interested in sharing a special discount with your readers, let me know!
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I am crazy-in-love-with those baskets! I bet they hand-wash nicely too! I really like the idea of a fabric basket instead of one woven out of twigs (although they’re nice too). And look at how they show off those farm-fresh eggs! Beautiful 🙂 Thanks for sharing. ~Gina
Glad you like them, and you are right – they hand-wash.
keeping your eggs in two baskets giggle. They are lovely. Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things hop xo
The baskets are gorgeous, beautiful choice of colors
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