Friday, April 14, 2017

Bunny Glasses

Look what we found at HomeGoods this
season for our pastel Easter tablescape!
 Bunny glasses!
 In blue,
and pink.  
And upon further inspection of my photo,
 apparently made in China!
I never noticed that sticker before.
They're right at home with all the other bunnies
on the table.
I love that the glasses have an early American
patterned glass (or E.A.P.G.) look to them.
It gives them an old world charm.
I hope everyone has a great Easter!
Thanks for stopping by
and happy hopping!

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Here Comes Easter

It's Easter time again and the Ozark Easter
hutch is all decked out for the season!
 This sweet little chick with a wheelbarrow
was added last year.
He is quite dapper in his straw 
boater hat and bow tie. 
That polka dotted 
wheelbarrow is all the rage.
 He's actually an Easter salt and 
pepper shaker set from Dept. 56.  
 I think he might be styled after one of those 
slightly creepy Victorian Easter greeting cards.
Or possibly chicks are just dressing more 
dapper nowadays!?!
Over to the left is another new addition.
 It's a carrot serving bowl.
 Just the thing for hungry Easter bunnies!
I found it on a few years back
and purchased it 
during a clearance sale!
 Moving down to the second self...
 we find the "Hoppy Spring" salt and pepper set. 
The bunny is in disguise wearing a beak and 
the duckling is wearing bunny ears.
I've shown them before
They were designed by Barb Tourtillotte,
the artist behind "Dipped Chicks",
I blogged about her here in 2011.

On the buffet we find a similar sight...
a baby duckling also in disguise 
dressed as a bunny.
This little guy is from Anna Lee,
 I knew I had to have it at first sight.
After all, he fits right in with the 
"Hoppy Spring" table runner.
Plus, it's just not a holiday without
a little Anna Lee.
How about this new cookie jar 
I acquired last year?
I assume, another Victorian greeting 
card inspired piece.
A chick with an egg shell 
basket on its back 
full of Easter flowers.
A fine collectible
 from Kaldun & Bogle.
Their Chick Silhouette Cookie Jar.
They're known for adding lots 
of intricate details to their creations.
A little too small and slender 
to use as a cookie jar.  
But as a decoration, it's just splendid.
As we journey into the living room,
we find a small vignette of an 
Easter bunny chocolatier inspecting 
chocolate confections.
The round patchwork tablecloth is 
new this season from the Pioneer Woman 
line at Walmart for $14.96.
The big white bunny is new 
from HomeGoods.
I wasn't sure what I was going to do 
with him when I saw himbut 
I knew I just had to have him.
I think he found a perfect job. 
Making chocolate bunnies 
and chicks.
I found these faux chocolate molds,
they're just silver painted resin,
this year at Michael's.
When I saw those, this vignette 
started composing in my mind.
Sam found these beautiful candle 
sticks at Tuesday Morning. 
With the pastel colors and 
the whimsical design they 
instantly reminded her of Easter.
I think they are a brilliant addition!

I hope everyone is having 
a wonderful Spring
and is ready for Easter.
It seems to sneak up 
so fast every year!
Thanks for stopping by
and happy hunting!

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