Ever since I was a little girl, I have always loved holidays. I once loved the dressing up part of holidays. Now I love dressing up my home. Are these not adorable little bunnies?
This little arrangement is on my coffee table in the living room. Here's another view.
My mom bought these chicks and bunnies for me about thirty years ago. Geeze, that makes me sound pretty darn old. I guess maybe she was pregnant with me at the time. Yeah, that sounds good!!
This little bunny family sits atop my television armoire watching over us.
A co-worker handmade these bunnies for me at the first hospital I ever worked at in East Orange, New Jersey, ummm, back in 1978. Yep, older than dirt, don't I know it!
The tall bunny in the photo below of my dining room table was a recent find for me. I saw her at Home Goods this weekend and her poor little ear was off. Fortunately it was lying right beside her. I found a wonderful Home Goods employee who reduced her to $5.00. I'm going to encircle her ear with tiny pearls to cover the area, once I glue her ear back in place. She is a lovely addition to my collection of Easter goodies.
Here's a close up of the little bunny and chick egg holders on my dining room table. They're so cute, you just have to see them up close!
Have you seen The Farm Chicks new cookbook? It is luscious!!! This Easter basket I made in ceramics in 1985 and is just so patiently awaiting the arrival of the Easter bunny with lots of goodies for good little girls and boys. Hmmm. Do I have any of those at my house this year?
A couple weeks ago, Deb, our Garage Sale Gal, said something about a vintage plaid lunchbox. Turns out to be a replica of the one I carried to school each day as a little girl. I was pleased as punch when my purchase from Deb arrived last Saturday. It took no time at all to set up my new treasure in my kitchen. This lunchbox brings back warm memories from days gone by and cozies up my kitchen too!I decided to enter the April Mind Wide Open challenge. There's no turning back now as I've already submitted my entry. Nerves and confidence rattling - can you hear it too? Wednesday is the official posting day, so I'll share my creation with you then.
I've been busy decorating and creating. What glorious fun!! We're supposed to have fun, right?