The Good Shepherd's Garden Party :: Week Six


The sixth week of Easter has just passed, which leaves just one last week as we celebrate the Easter season using The Garden of the Good Shepherd: A Sticker Calendar to Count the Fifty Days of Easter. The Good Shepherd's Garden Party for week 6 was based on the theme "Oh! What a Beautiful City!"

Oh! What a Beautiful City! Menu Suggestions

Pretzel & Cheese Construction Kits
Shirley Temples
Bride Strawberries
Groom Strawberries
Crown Cake

Decorating Ideas

Play the “Hallelujah Chorus” by Handel
Have children decorate “Thrones” for the “Bride and Groom” (Mom & Dad)

Charlotte just posted pictures from their 6th Good Shepherd's Garden Party.  You can click on over to Waltzing Matilda to see all of her pictures, including these beautiful Bride and Groom Strawberries!


This year, I used my Pampered Chef Silicone Crown Cake Pan with a recipe for Fresh Orange Cake from The Cake Mix Doctor for our Crown Cake.  It was very easy and delicious!   You can click over to Shower of Roses to see the rest of our pictures!


Now it's your turn!  How did you and your family celebrate the fifth week of Easter?  We'd love to see pictures and hear about how you modified our Good Shepherd's Garden Party for your family, or incorporated any of our other ideas (whether you choose daily activities or just one party for the week) into your celebration.

To Participate:

1. Create a post about your Good Shepherd's Garden Party or activities for the sixth week of Easter.
2. Using the linky below, enter the exact link to your post.
3. Add a link your post, referring back to this post so that others can find the party as well!  (Please feel free to include the Good Shepherd's Garden Party Button if you'd like!)
4. Be sure to visit the links and see how everyone else has been celebrating!
5. The linky will be open until next Monday when we add a new one for Week 7.

*Be sure to take a look at all of the Week Seven links from last year for all sorts of great ideas!



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