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sasta an chaisc dedwydd hapus pasq lowen pask happy easterbank holiday monday as i look back at the first easter trees from 1979

April 21, 2014

DSCF3171DSCF3169DSCF3166DSCF3164DSCF3162DSCF3160sasta an chaisc dedwydd hapus pasq lowen pask happy easterbank holiday monday as i look back at the first easter trees from 1979

the oridgeinall easter tree was made back in 1979 almost unheard of in England and even to day not available in England let alone easter lights so where do thay come from ?its seems north America where easter is more widely cellabrated and where I got my new reaplace ment ones from as for the easter tree its self the first ones I made was of old branches wich was sprayed in silver put in a small pot of earth then platerceen but the thing allways fell over ones the earth dryed out also the eggs which was hard boiled and painted with poster of food colouring was heavey and either broke the branches or the shell spit then in 1985 I found some little yellow chicks made of wire ,and found that they would stay on the branches of a small gold Christmas tree which could be used each year but now I have the proper ones from north America after the 1980s ones the tinscle fell off the branches as you can see the easter eggs from 1986 thay was made by a Danish firm ,I hope you all had a great easter and enjoy the bank holiday next time the final part of the easter story so until then and on Wednesday its the saint georges day decorations also a special irish ones

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