Thursday, March 14, 2013

Bunny Trail

I think I have shared with you the quirk in my personality that can't do something the same way every year. I want to, but just can't.
I have been putting out a few Easter items. Last year I didn't really put too much out because we had a huge hole in our kitchen ceiling and I knew we wouldn't be hosting Easter lunch.

This year we are excited to be hosting again.   
I was in love with the white bunnies in the Pottery Barn Catalogue. Tuesday Morning had some for a fraction of the price. 
I like to tuck my seasonal items in the midst of my regular decor. Then I don't have to pack stuff away. 
I bought the shelf sitter last Easter thinking it was mine. 
I was certain Bill had donated the wrong bin to the thrift store and had given away all my Easter decor.
Turns out my bin of decorations was safe at home, so now I have two of these cuties.
This bunny with the cart is a new favorite. I found it at Tuesday Morning.

My favorite Easter piece is the calendar plate from 1911.
102 years old!! 
I found the Peter Rabbit figurine on e-bay a few years ago. I think these are predominantly nursery figures but he is too cute. 

The sunroom got a few touches as well.
I'll plant the Grape Hyacinths in the yard when they are finished blooming. Hopefully they will bloom next spring.


The bunny planter is vintage. I found it a few years ago at an antique store. 

I have had an enjoyable few days just puttering around the house.
I thought I might take on a project for spring break, instead I have been organizing my music in I Tunes and working in the yard. 
The front yard got a few Easter touches. I will show you those in my next post.

Sprinkled with bunnies,
Katie
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The Scoop   


11 comments :

  1. Beautiful spring Vignettes Katie! Wow that plate is 102 years old!!! So cool!

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  2. Love all the details. Awesome plate, I am a bunny lover too. I also have that stove from my G'ma.

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  3. Love all of your sweet vignettes!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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    1. Thanks, Shelia. Thanks for stopping in.

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  4. Such sweet bunnies, they look so pretty and really makes your home feel like spring. Isn't Tuesday Morning the best for bargains? love that store.

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    1. I love Tuesday Morning. It is on my way home from work. No crowds-ever and low prices. Thanks for stopping in.

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  5. I really like your little iron stove the bunny is sitting on
    seen you over on Savvy Southern Style Wow us Wednesday

    Janice

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    1. Thank you, Janice. It belonged to my mom and grandmother. 4 generations have played with it.

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  6. Thanks for sharing all your cute bunnies with us, Katie! It was a treat to see them. I love the first picture with the vintage (?) post card...so cute.

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    1. Yes. The postcard is vintage. It came from my grandmother.

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