I've been doing a bit of decorating for Easter!
What? It's about time, you say?
Here's my centerpiece.
Real hand painted eggs in a hand painted vase.
A gift from my daughter a few years ago.
My thrifted glass rabbit candy dish holds foil covered chocolate eggs.
I am hosting Easter Brunch this year and wanted to see how my table settings would look.
I painted the berry baskets blue and filled them with foil wrapped candies.
The napkins are my Mother's vintage eyelet.
I also painted this little basket that holds my flocked rabbits and glass eggs.
It looked like this.
While I had my paints out, I also painted this tin heart.
Doesn't it look better?
I also put out my 'spring' Whitman Sampler tin.
The needlework says, 'Glory in each morning' with a cross stitched morning glory. I found it years ago at an antique show.
I just repainted the brown frame green.
I added some Easter touches to my Kitchen Queen.
A clay rabbit holds a pink egg.
My Dear Mother made this little rabbit in the basket about 20 years ago.
I made this little couple at the same time. We used to have a shop together.
Mr. Rabbit holds a carrot with a crocheted top in his pocket.
Mrs. Rabbit has pockets full of little ones.
Mom's Rabbit holds a striped carrot. The cabbage is made from crinkled heavy paper and he wears a tiny blue heart.
We didn't make much money, but we did have fun dreaming together.
This little sweetie is all dressed for the Easter Parade.
My treadle sewing machine holds my hanging egg tree.
Eggs do grow on trees, don't they?
It sits on top of my vintage embroidered cloth with basket design.
A large decoupage' egg with sweet birds was a gift from my daughter.
Another little basket holds hand painted wooden eggs, collected over time.
Fresh cut daffodils complete the scene.
I'm looking forward to having my whole family together for a very special day.
I hope you have a Very Lovely Easter!
Just don't eat too many Jelly Beans!