It feels so good to start bringing out the Easter things! And not surprisingly, bunnies and Easter eggs play big roles. And of course there is one cheery duck! Welcome!
Some of these bunnies are old friends. Others, like this cheery pink one, are only a few years old. She looks very happy with a little peat pot of eggs beside her.
Step a bit farther back and you can see she sits on the dry sink with a spray of forsythia and my egg tree.
Many of the eggs here were done by my mom and/or me as far back as the 1960s. It's hard to believe some are sixty years old!
Every time I put the egg tree up, I can't help but think of times making some of them with her. Others were bought a travel remembrances.
On the opposite side of the room, the fireplace mantel is a parade of bunnies!
I love this little moss one by my bird lantern.
I've had plenty of real tulips but these faux ones look pretty spot-on to me!
I finally got my act together and spent some time polishing silver. I love the reflections and sparkle it adds.
A quick peek into the kitchen. Nothing much here apart from some cheery daffs and spring things!
In the living/dining, we have more bunnies. This one has lights, too, but they didn't photograph all that well.
M&Ms don't last long in the house but they're always there at the holiday!
I've been painting eggs, too. More on this later, but here's a sneak peek!
Atop the china cabinet, three of my favorite "Vintage by Crystal" pieces.
This pink bloom was a long-ago gift. It seems to fit well with Grandma's silver teapot.
In the hutch, an few more bunnies.
I'll tell you more about the Lord Nelson tea set in another post sometime! I think it has found a new home here!
More bunnies -- and a hyacinth that will need staking soon!
There will always be bunnies and blooms in the spring.
And sometimes, even a wee, Parisian bear, one of my felties!
Celebrate a lovely spring!
If it's not where you are soon, it will be!