Using a few old and a few new Easter treasures,
Sam and I created a little Easter vignette
on the new cabinet in the family room.
New this year is the book
"The Country Bunny And The Little Gold Shoes"
My friend Nita wrote a post about it on her blog
"Mod Vintage Life" a few years back, and
I've searched for it since and was excited to
find the 75th anniversary edition
at Barnes & Noble.
I thought the cover had perfect colors
for the vignette and, of course,
a perfect theme.
One thing old, is the glass candy dish
Easter bunny with a basket on his back
filled with chocolate.
From Tuesday Morning many years ago.
That makes three bunnies I have with
baskets on their backs...must have been
how the Easter Bunny was
depicted during the Victorian era.
This little bobble head bunny is from
the 2005 collection "A Good Egg"
by Fitz and Floyd.
Sam found this little two tier server sitting
at HomeGoods this year.
She was so in love with the shimmery color
and the cabbage motif I couldn't say no...
even though I was set on somehow obtaining
this aluminum bunny & chick server
from Pottery Barn.
At $100 it was quickly turning into
a pipe dream.
It's sold out anyway, so...temptation over.
This egg plate is new this year also.
The colors are perfect and match just about
anything Easter in this house.
We found it at Pier 1.
At Hallmark this year we stumbled onto
this adorable little blue bunny
with polka dots.
I found the perfect candy to fill him with...
Reece's Pieces Eggs.
They have prefect Easter colors and
everything is this display.
Is everybunny ready for Easter?
It's sneaking up fast!
Thanks for stopping by
and happy hunting!