I'm really late with my Easter "fluffing" this year! I was still enjoying my St. Patrick's decor - thinking I would leave it out all of March, when I realized that once it becomes April -- Easter is HERE! So time for a change. I figured I would join Marty in "Tabletop Tuesday" with a bit of Bunny Love.
Starting out with my little half round table between the windows in the dining room.
Looks like it's become an indoor garden and these bunnies are enjoying a feast!
I got these bunnies at Marshalls last year right before Easter. I've changed their bows according to the season several times over the year.
This little guy looks like he's ready for his carrot and cabbage supper.
Looks like a little Spring fluffing on the sideboard as well.
I found this Department 56 bunny at Goodwill a few weeks ago -- I filled his cabbage with some eggs I had from last year (Marshall's).
This little chick has a lot of personality! I found him at a thrift store and the eggs came from Tuesday Morning -- I got the cheese dome from Goodwill about a month ago. They're all set on glass salad plate atop a pilar candle stick.
More eggs from last year in my apothecary jar. Pink and green bows from my ribbon stash and green/yellow Easter shred came from the dollar store.
A closer look at the eggs.
A framed antique Easter postcard.
Cute little Easter chick!
Little chinese bunny (Made in China) found at Goodwill a couple of weeks after the 1st one. I was amazed at how well they matched.
A little nest of eggs in my sugar scuttle.
Just a little Easter/Spring fluffing on my tabletops this week. Be sure to visit Marty at "A Stroll Through Life" and see all the "fluffing" going on across blogland. Thanks Marty for giving us so much tabletop inspiration.
I am a wife of 35 years, mother of two grown children. and grandmother to 4 adorable grandgirls. I love crafting, tablescaping, decorating -- but am probably not terribly talented at any of these. That doesn't stop me however. I'm so honored that anyone chooses to visit me -- I hope you find this blogspot to be a welcoming spot to visit -- come on in and stay awhile -- let's have a nice chat.