Friday, April 3, 2015

Easter Blog Hop 2015!!!

Good morning everyone!!

I hope I am not too late to post my letter for Jo's Blog Hop! It's quite early here but I forget that everyone is on different time zones.  Anywho, I wanted to participate in this year's blog hop just to feel connected to all my bloggy/stitchy friends. I wanted to make a new spring themed stitch but no, I haven't had the time.  So I'll post a few Easter stitches that I have made in the past for exchanges.  Our Easter, called Pascha, will be next weekend, so I'll be back with more photos.  
I made this cute Spring themed mailart for Meari last year
A pretty tulip biscornu for an exchange I had with Sarah
My letter is G and the next person you should visit to figure out the secret message is Gracie at Needles Pins and Dragonflies.

I can't leave without a few tantalizing photos of our Russian Pascha bread and sweet cheese we spread on the bread....can hardly wait!!!!!!

Looking forward to having Kulich at Pascha next weekend!!

Yum!1 syrny pascha with kulich for breakfast!!!

Have a Happy Easter everyone!!!

Quick! Check out Gracie's blog now!!


33 comments:

Annie said...

Love your spring stitching. And that bread looks delicious!

Ann at Beadlework. said...

Happy Easter Anne, I hope you're doing well.

Vickie said...

Pretty stitching Anne. I look forward to making my own Kulich this year. I do not have a round can to bake it in though!! I will get one this week. Happy Hopping!

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Thanks for taking part in the Easter Treasure Hunt this year.
Love your seasonal finishes, I really like the mail art but I wouldn't trust the postal service with it!

marly said...

Hi Anne. My afternoon will be searching Google for those recipes. Have a joyous Pascha.

woolwoman said...

How fun Anne - I wasn't aware of an Easter blog hop. Your springs stitchings are lovely. How is Bean? not a word about Bean in this post. I hope you have a blessed Pascha and those different traditional sweets and breads look amazing. Enjoy the season - Mel

Bea said...

Lovely stitching pieces and those Pascha foods look really delicious.

Carol said...

Your Pascha goodies look so wonderful, Anne! I know I would love them. And your spring stitching is wonderful--really love the bunnies in that piece of mailart.

Hope all is well with you and little bean--it won't be long now :)

thegreytail said...

Happy Easter, Anne!
beautiful stitching, and that stuff looks delicious!
many hugs,
chiara

jocondine said...

Great to stop and see so lovely stitching. Joyeuses Pâques. xxx

Sheryl S. said...

Beautiful work and yummy food. Happy Easter

Barb said...

I wish you and your family a wonderful Easter. All of those traditional goodies look so yummy!

Katie said...

Hello I'm hopping by gathering letters. Love your exchange pieces. Your foods look yummy. Happy Easter.

Stitching Noni said...

Happy Easter/Pascha for next weekend :)
Love your pics!
Hugs xx

Annette-California said...

The mail art you made is beautiful!I love it! Beautiful stitching! The bread looks divine! You must have a very tall can to bake it in?
Happy Easter! love Annette

butterfly said...

Lovely Spring stitching , have a fun time.

Hazel said...

Beautiful post and lovely blog! Xx

Christine said...

Lovely spring stitching!

karamino said...

Lovely stitching! Happy Easter! Я тоже жду следующих выходных - буду печь куличи))

averyclaire.org said...

Love the garden stitching in your header. Lovely stitched pocket and biscornu. Your Pascha looks yummy. Nice work and nice blog!

Cindy's Stitching said...

Really prerty stitches. The breaad looks so yummy.

Carla Eldridge said...

I love the mailart you made for Measi! It's adorable.

That bread DOES look fantastic, will have to try a recipe or two for it very soon :D

Margaret said...

The kulich looks so yummy! I love revisitng your spring stitches! I hope you and the bean are doing well!

Silvia Saxosue said...

Lovely stitching and the Pascha bread looks really yummy. I have just finished to bake some white bread for tomorrow's Easter ham, a traditional Austrian Easter speciality.

Diann said...

Happy Easter to you. Your bread looks delicious!

Gwen said...

Cute mail art and biscornu. It's always a great relief when the mail art arrives safely. Happy Easter.

Shelly said...

Hope your Easter was great! Your Spring stitching is so pretty. I'm doing the Easter Blog Hop rounds. The Pascha looks delicious. Off the Gracie's blog!

prettylittlethingsinabox said...

the Russian Pascha looks yummilicious.. I've not seen this before..
love all the stitching and exchanges. ;)

Leonore Winterer said...

Just hopping by for the letter # I hope yu'll have a happy Pascha next week!

rosey175 said...

A happy (belated) Easter to you, Anne!! I have never in my life seen bread that stands up on end like that. Is it a sweet bread to go with the sweet cheese? I don't think I've had sweet cheese either haha. Today I'm learning all sorts of new things! :b

Lovely mail art, I could just see the post office here stealing it for themselves because they're a bunch of meanies. Those bunnies are too cute. :D

Meari said...

Love my mailart! Thank you for doing it with me.

Hope you enjoyed your Easter celebration. The food looks yummy.

Brigitte said...

It was fun to do this blog hop and to see all the great spring and Easter stitching on the different blogs. This mailart is so beautiful with so many lovely details on it.
Great food that you prepare for the Easter time.

Annette said...

mmmmm... happy belated easter!
That looks so yummy