Posted on March 17, 2015 by 6 | 0 CommentsHey PARISH friends! Easter is right around the corner and PARISH is full of sweet goodies to adorn your little one's Easter baskets.
The description of the book says, "Julia and Simca are two young friends who agree that you can never use too much butter -- and that it is best to be a child forever. Sharing a love of cooking and having no wish to turn into big, busy people who worry too much and dawdle too little, they decide to create a feast for growing and staying young. A playful, scrumptious celebration of the joy of eating, the importance of never completely growing up and mastering the art of having a good time, Julia, Child is a fictional tale loosely inspired by the life and spirit of the very real Julia Child -- a story that should be taken with a grain of salt and a generous pat of butter."
That's my kinda book, people! I take few things seriously in life, but butter is something I do not play with. The more, the better is my philosophy. Is it strange I bought this kid's book and I don't even have kids? I'll just read it to myself until I have little ones to read to ;)
Want a new spin on an old classic? Our bins would make great Easter basket alternatives that will last long after the Easter Bunny is gone...use them for toy storage, as a diaper bin, dirty clothes hamper and the list goes on and on! They come in multiple sizes and designs!
For someone special who is over the age of 5 we have these beautiful paintings by a New Orleans artist. Our collection includes crosses, bunnies, flowers, and dragonflies all painted on salvaged wood.
It only seems appropriate to end on our gold and silver crosses since that is the whole reason we celebrate Easter! These gorgeous clay crosses painted silver or gold would be a great gift for a Sunday school teacher or just someone who needs a little "happy"!
We hope you will HOP on over and find some Easter basket stuffers for someone special to you! We would love to help you out and make the season just a little more special!
"And with his wounds we are healed"
Until next time!