(This is part of Pink Saturday. Please visit Beverly's site for more pink fun!)
I saw my first bunny this year in February. Each year I count them. I can't wait to count more!
Meanwhile, the bunnies in the basement have made their way upstairs! (With tipsy eggs to prove it!)
These cheery friends always as winter struggles for one last push and we anticipate spring with great eagerness. (Though I confess this year, spring seems to be early! I suppose it all depends which day you're dealing with!)
I'm simply wild about Easter decorations -- pretty colors, and so cheery!
This white sweetheart has such cute pink ears!
And I love this lovely china bun.
The detail is beautiful!
Of course, not every bunny is pink! I love the stone bunnies...
And this one serves double duty!
I have to say that this is one of my favorites...
As is her relaxing friend!
Of course, for me, Easter doesn't come without an egg tree...
I had so many eggs, I decided to take a cue from Iris at Herzblatt. She made a beautiful hanging grapevine wreath with eggs danglng from it. I decided to make use of the chandelier instead!
It was such a wonderful idea, Iris! Thanks for letting me borrow it!
As part of Pink Saturday, we mention another blogger participating whom we've never visited. Well, I just got back from Anne's blog and she is showing a lovely teapot! Stop by!
And, just in case you have time for crafting before the holiday (I don't!), I'll be sharing some Easter images in a couple of days! So stop back!
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