Alice in Wonderland themed Easter eggs

Easter is coming up! How about decorating your eggs like Alice in Wonderland characters? In this post you can find several great ideas!

You can either use boiled eggs and eat them during your Easter lunch, or you can blow out the eggs and use them as decoration.

Humpty Dumpty Easter egg

The most obvious way to decorate your Easter eggs is of course to make them look like Humpty Dumpty. Paint his body all over the egg, or add a bow tie on a ribbon, and trousers and feet made of fabric so he can actually sit on a wall! Consider using googly eyes for his face.

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“Say What You Mean, and Mean What You Say” Conference

The University of Mons (Belgium, Europe) invites you to their conference on Alice in Wonderland, called “Say what you mean, and mean what you say”. It will take place from the 19th to the 21st of April.

The conference is organised around the following areas:

  • Lewis Carroll (life, journals, other works, etc.)
  • Alice in translation
  • Adaptations of Alice
  • Alice in the (post-)postmodern era

 

The programme (pdf) for all three days is now available.
The official languages of the conference are both English and French.

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World Book Day coming up!

On March 2nd, it will be World Book Day again! A great reason to re-read “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and/or “Through the Looking Glass”, or to organize a Mad Tea Party!

A Mad Tea Party or Unbirthday party is the best way to introduce your children to these classics tales. Do read my mad tea party ideas for inspiration.

Below are some costumes and items that are perfect to celebrate World Book Day:

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Large collection of Alice in Wonderland books and memorabilia on sale

On February 8th, one of the largest collections of Alice in Wonderland books and memorabilia in the world will be put up for auction in Oxford.

The auction is called the “Oxford Authors Sale” and will be in auction house Mallams, Oxford (UK). It concerns the collection by the late Thomas Schuster, an international antiquarian books and prints dealer, and his wife Alice.

The collection consists of about 3,000 Alice related items they collected over the course of 25 years, amongst which are books, porcelain, artwork, posters, toys, dolls and ephemera. They range from the rare and academically important to the bizarre.

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