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Easter Decorations Outdoors
12" Lighted Pink Easter Egg Window Silhouette Decoration
Pink Easter Egg Window Silhouette Decoration
Illuminated by 10 clear mini lights on white wire
Holographic frame layered over shimmery pink material creates a prismatic lighting effect
No assembly required. Decoration is 1-piece
UL listed for indoor or outdoor use
Material(s): durable high impact plastic/glass bulbs/wire
Dimensions: 12"H x 10"W x 0.75"D
24" white lead cord that has 1 plug with end connector allowing you to stack multiple sets of lighted decorations together
Comes ready-to-hang with a suction cup
Includes spare replacement bulbs and a spare fuse
120 volts, 60Hz, 0.08 amps, 9.6 watts
Essence of Easter
The lily is the traditional flower of spring and is highly regarded as a joyful symbol of beauty, hope, and life. Each holiday is marked by cherished traditions that bring joy, comfort, and warmth, and provide continuity from one generation to the next. Easter has its share of traditions: egg decorations and hunts; gift baskets and chocolate bunnies, sunrise church services, parades, and, of course, the Easter Lily. For many, the beautiful trumpet-shaped white flowers that fill the room with its aroma, symbolize purity, virtue, innocence, hope and life — the spiritual essence of Easter.
I hope everyone has enjoyed their Easter festivities.
CARING FOR YOUR LILY INDOORS:
Given the right conditions, your Easter lily should last several weeks in your office or home.
Set your lily in moderate (bright but indirect) sunlight.
Avoid placing your lily near drafts, excess heat, or dry air from appliances, fireplaces, or heating ducts.
Keep in a relatively cool environment, around 68°F (21°C).
Lilies thrive in reasonably moist, well-drained soil. Watering every other day should do the trick.
If your lily is wrapped in foil, make sure the plant is not left standing in excess water.
Remove the anthers (yellow pollen-releasing structures) from the center of the flowers.
Remove individual flowers as they fade.
PLANTING YOUR LILY OUTDOORS:
Once the lily starts to whither, consider planting it in your garden.
Keep your lily in moderate sunlight and water it when it becomes somewhat dry.
When the temperature is mild enough, choose a sunny spot in your garden to plant the bulb.
Make sure the spot is safe from high winds.
Take the plant from its original container and loosen the roots.
Plant the bulb 3-5 inches deeper than it was in its container and cover with soil.
Water generously and fertilize with an all-purpose garden fertilizer.
The lily's old shoots — stems — will wither and die soon after planting.
Watch for new flowers in late July or August.
spring has sprung, and i've been tagged (explored!)
I took a mini-break from flickr to get myself together again, and I'm really glad I did it.
+1 in comments. Pretty much candid, I didn't know how much time was left on the timer, haha.
In the time I've been absent, I've been tagged, like, six times, so I guess I'll serve y'all up ten more facts about myself.
1. I'm a journaler. I never thought I would be, but over the past year or so I've poured my thoughts out over hundreds of pages.
2. I'm a perfectionist. I will rewrite a whole essay if it isn't what I want it to be; I will spend hours making a simple poster for a class.
3. I turned sixteen on March 8th. It somehow seems significant.
4. You'd be hard-pressed to find someone whose head is filled with more Harry Potter trivia than mine.
5. My mother is the most festive person I know- we have decorations for absolutely every holiday. Currently, we are in Easter Mode.
6. I'm actually a pretty good driver, believe it or not.
7. My neighbors on one side own horses, my neighbors on the other side breed alpacas.
8. My grandfather recently bought me a MacBook Pro, and I'm pretty sure it's the best gift anyone has every given me. I love love love it.
9. I hate the idea of those portable book devices, like the Kindle or the Nook, simply because I love the feel of a book in my hands.
10. I'm 5'2", and people are always looking at me and going, "You're so short!" Gee, thanks, you guys, thanks. Haha.
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