Easter without Easter eggs? Something unimaginable for our Easter Children. Baskets are filled to the brim with colorful eggs and the most beautifully painted examples are shown off with pride. Embrace this theme yourself and add more Easter eggs in complementary colors – large or small, plain or elaborately decorated. This will make for a well-rounded – or more oval – Easter arrangement.
What is this the Eleven Dot Angel is holding in its hands? An Easter egg! And a particularly beautifully decorated one at that. The heavenly messengers with the green wings don’t come out only at Christmas. They feel just as at home on an Easter coffee table playing their spring melodies, or bringing gifts such as flowers, cake or Easter gifts. What a lovely surprise!
After the Easter children have sought out their baskets, they come together to show each other their Easter eggs and play. What fun! This is where the Easter children feel most a home – in a convivial group with other figurines amongst early flowering plants and fresh greenery. An idyllic scene that you can easily recreate on a shelf or as a table decoration using miniature vases and delicate flowers.
The Girl with Pansy and the Girl with Starwort have dressed up and arrive wearing their pretty pink dresses. The Boy with Snowflake has dressed up, too. He is wearing blue pants and a white shirt. The striking flowers the children are holding in their hands are also real eye-catchers. A pastel-colored dream augmented with color coordinated Easter eggs.