Thursday, April 11, 2013


Our Easter holiday this year was low-key and lovely, spent with my in-laws.  We had good food, good conversation, good wine....yes, life is good.  :-)

I'm sharing pictures of my Easter decor and a few other things.  Hope you enjoy!

First up, bunnies.

This momma bunny and her baby were given to my youngest daughter for her first birthday.  They were left in the attic in a bin full of stuffed animals due to lack of display space in her bedroom.  I rescued them to use at Easter time.
Eggs, eggs, eggs.
I have so many plastic eggs.  This is a fun way to see many of them at once.  My youngest arranged these for the dining room table.

Two of these tiny terracotta pots sit on my kitchen windowsill, displaying blue eggs.

These quilled eggs were done by my husband's grandmother, who adored crafting.  I love setting these out in the spring as a beautiful reminder of her.

...and here are the miscellaneous photos...

Paper carrots, set on top of my doorknob collection.  I found an old Delacre cookie tin at an antiques store, filled it with natural excelsior and display it on my coffee table.

Limoges china inherited from my great aunt.  It had belonged to her first husband's aunt before that.  It's old!  Love this cheese/butter dome.

A vignette arranged on a shelf in my bathroom.  Yes, that's a soap box used as a decoration.  I think it's very pretty as well as useful.  It gives height to this little scene.

Can't recall the name of this daffodil, but it's a version of Tete a Tete, a miniature breed.

Most people get chocolate bunnies in their Easter baskets....

Thanks for your visit today!  Please leave me a comment to let me know you stopped by.

Peace and blessings to you,
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...