Friday, April 6, 2012

Happy Easter Sunday


Have a
wonderful
Easter
Sunday.

















The Pennsylvanna Dutch startes the Easter Hare.
Who delivered colored eggs to good children...
By the early nineteenth century, entire
Pennsylvania Dutch villages would turn out
with gaily decorated Easter eggs to play games,
including egg-eating contests."













I stole this Bunny image from Renee












I use cloves and brown sugar, when
it's the last half hour
add the pinapple . I am going to dye
my eggs tomorrow.













Looks sloppy, to many pinapple rings.

The Queens Two Milliners are
Freddy Fox and Philip Somerville.
I think they do a fabulous job
on her Hats . Wonder what her Easter Bonnet
will look like this Easter.































































































World breaking Records, I know a kid that could
eat that whole thing.

Largest Easter egg tree
In Germany and Austria, it's a popular Easter traditional
to hang decorated, hollowed-out eggs from tree.
April 8 2007, the Rostock Zoo in Rostock, Germany,
set a new Guinness World Record by decorating
A tree with 76,596 painted eggs.








He is 4ft 3in from nose to tail, Darius the
Continental Giant has been crowned t
he world's biggest rabbit. And he's still growing.
Darius, pictured with six-year-old Georgia Hadley,
is only just over 12 months old and breeder
Annette Edwards expects him to keep adding to
his 3st 7lb bulk for at least another six months.
that's good news for her greengrocer in
Worcester because he already
eats 12 carrots, six apples and two cabbages a day.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/
/article-1263470/Darius-Worlds-
Biggest-Easter-bunny-Worcester.html#ixzz1r5ET1fml





Posted byYvonne @ La Petite Gallery
Comments are welcome

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Cartwright Art show




















My lovely Neighbor,
Katharine is having a
One Woman Show
at Lincoln Center.
She is so very
talented
and wonderful
warm personality.
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Lincoln Street
presents

Katharine Cartwright
"Mindscapes in Watercolor "
Don't forget about Lincoln Street's
newest instructor Katharine Cartwright
and an exhibition of her works in Watercolor
in the Gallery
24 Lincoln Street
Rockland, Maine 04841






















Mindscapes" by Katharine Cartwright
at Lincoln Street Center
3/28/2012 2:49:00 PM
“Brewster’s Law” by Katharine Cartwright
"Mindscapes in Watercolor," an exhibit of
works by Katharine Cartwright, will open
with a reception on Friday, March 30,
from 5 to 7 p.m. in the gallery at
Lincoln Street Center in Rockland.
The exhibit will run through April 8,
and the artist will be in residence at
the gallery on Saturday and Sunday,
March 31 and April 1, and on Friday
and Saturday, April 6 and 7, from noon
until 4 p.m. The exhibit features three
different series painted by the artist
over the past decade. Cartwright will
also be offering three new courses in
watercolor painting - Watercolor for Beginners,
Advanced Techniques in Watercolors,
and Find Your Artistic Voice -
from April 9 through May 11 at
Lincoln Street Center. Detailed
course descriptions and
fees are available at
http://www.kacartwright.com.cartwright/,
who has a studio in Spruce Head,
received formal academic training in
the fine arts at Kutztown University,
the College of Charleston,
and the Maryland Institute College of Art.

Posted by Yvonne @ La Petite Gallery
Comments are welcome

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Japanese Beetles Attack Cherry tree


Call in Flamie Mamie for help.













Maybe Wonder woman





















































































































Japanese Beetle, a destructive insect that attacks the foliage,
blossoms, roots, and fruit of plants. It was introduced into
New Jersey about 1916, later spreading over many states east
of the Mississippi. It is a serious pest in the United States,
but is no problem in its native Japan because natural enemies
keep its numbers in check

Japanese beetles (Popillia japonica) are a devastating
invasive pest in urban landscapes. Japanese beetles
have no natural enemies in the United States and
are able to reproduce rapidly in home landscapes.
They readily feed on a wide variety of landscape
plants and in large numbers can easily defoliate mature
cherry trees.

How can I protect my cherry tree from Japanese beetles......


Iam waiting for any Ideas.

Posted by Yvonne @ La Petite Gallery
Comments are welcome


Yes Big Million dollar give a way

Now to win a million

















It's Easy just go to instructions.

Hurry
One day only.. Last chance







































April Fool --- Heh!! Heh! Heh

*****************************
April Fools Day is celebrated
around the world.
Also known as all fools day.
In 1698 Tickets were given for the washing of the
lions in the London Tower.

Here's another fun one-
Burger King ran an ad for left handed Burgers,
while Taco bell ran an ad that they purchased the
Liberty bell to save the natl. debt.
In some countries the jokes last till noon.
The earlist April fool was recorded as far
back as 1392 in Tales of Canterbury.





Have a very happy April Fools day.
Love to all my wonderful bloggers...


Posted by Yvonne Rosenfield @ La Petite Gallery
Comments are welcome

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