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    Ostara.

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    HANDMADE set of 6 eggs decoupaged with recycled magazines

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    Ostara, or Easter - The goddess of spring

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    spring lambs and eostre/ostara

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    Seated Hare and Fruiting Foliage, by William de Morgan © Victoria and Albert Museum / V Prints

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    duckling and lamb

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    Bunny butt.

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    Ostara

    A Pagan Tapestry: Equinox, Mabon and Ostara

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    Ostara!

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    Happy Ostara!

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    Ostara

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    http://anelegantweapon.podbean.com/ Happy Easter everyone! We all hope that the Easter bunny paid you a visit & left lots of treats! To make today even sweeter, check An Elegant Weapon’s review of vol.1

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    Decorate Easter eggs with a Sharpie!

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    Hare and Crow by Amanda Clark

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    Amanda Clark

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    Kaltes by Susan Seddon Boulet

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    "The Sun Wheel, a symbol of perfect balance at the Equinox, is the inspiration for the traditional spring roll known as the Hot Cross Bun."

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    Vintage Egg Collection A carefully laid out collection of eggs bought from a farmer who gathered them in the 1950’s. rusticpeace

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    Swedish Easter witch

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    Hungarians decorate Easter eggs using traditional designs. Another tradition during Easter is the sprinkling of women with water.

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    "Eostre" (digital art: L.L.Jones, Model for Eostre...Katie Warwick)

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    PROSERPINA an ancient Roman spring goddess whose Greek equivalent is Persephone. The probable origin of her name comes from the Latin, “proserpere” or “to emerge,” in respect to the growing of grain and other plants.

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    Eastre, Eostre or Ostara, Germanic goddess of spring

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    Eostre-goddess of springtime

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    Ostara Bark

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