Monday, March 26, 2012

Easter Finery

I love Easter. Our house used to be the gathering place for a long time, but the last few years have been different. Two years ago we had Easter at Hillcrest Hospital in Waco because Dave had just had the stroke. Read about it here: Last year Easter fell on our anniversary so we didn't host. 
I'm not sure what we are doing this year.  
We have a huge hole in our ceiling above the stove. Somehow that's not very conducive to entertaining.

Most of my decorations have not been seen in a while. 

Faux Dogwood blossoms in a Waterford vase in the dining room.



The dried status came from a bouquet my oldest gave me at Valentine's Day. The box came from my weekend in the country. Took me a bit to figure out what to do with it.
I am smitten by the burlap ribbon. I got this at Michael's.
I used in my wreath for the front door.


"The Lord is my Shepherd."

Of course I had to have antique postcards. You have seen these a few times if you have been around my blog.


I have used this little antique Easter basket off and on for years. 

One of my favorite things is this antique candy dish. 
My cute little nephew kept sneaking the jellybeans out of this when he was little. I have never seen another one with a rabbit like this. 
Find a "hen on nest"  from ebay sellers. 


I hot glued these bunnies onto this sinuous spring that came from an old sofa. They came off of a craft project I found at the thrift store.

I still love the wonderful crustiness of this old tin cup. I used it with a gingerbread man at Christmas.


Okay I think I saved the best for last.



A couple of years ago I found these vintage nursery planters. How cute are these for Easter?

I will leave you with this.


I love this reprint of an antique Lord's Prayer. My brother found it at a garage sale. I think he paid $1.00. 
I hope you are enjoying the change of the season!
Sprinkled with new life,
Katie 

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12 comments :

  1. Darn it, I looked for that ribbon too. Instead came home with all kinds of unnecessary stuff. Thanks for sharing with my newbie party.

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    1. I hope you find the ribbon. I love it. The dog like it too and tore some of it up while I was out!

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  2. Beautiful! thanks for sharing your lovely home Joann

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    1. Thank you Jo. I appreciate your taking time to comment. :)

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  3. Love that burlap ribbon.Your spring decor looks so pretty.
    Anne

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    1. Thank you Anne. I love that you stopped in.

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  4. So many adorable vignettes. I think my fave is the box with the flowers and burlap.

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    1. I love the flowers. They dry so well and will last for months.
      I appreciate you taking the time to comment. :)

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  5. Hi Katie, love the little touches of spring around your home. I hope you get to enjoy this Easter. I wanted to let you know that I am passing down the Liebster award to you.

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    1. Thank you, Kristel. You are so sweet!

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  6. This looks so pretty. I am looking forward to seeing you at My Dream Canvas. Visiting you from Wow Us Wednesday.

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    1. I can't wait to stop by your blog. Thank you.
      Katie

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