Friday, April 10, 2009

Some Easter decorating...

Kelli is not hosting a Show & Tell today, but I would like to show my few Easter decorations.

First up, here is the ribbon board in the front hallway. Some of these are vintage cards which I showed you last year.

Also in the front hallway, I have a frame where I display Tasha Tudor illustrations (from an old calendar) by seasons. This one says "April showers bring May flowers "and has wonderful illustrations of children decorating Easter eggs.

On the dining room table, these pretty bunnies. They are supposed to be tea light holders, but I set a foam egg in each one.

On the kitchen island, this cute bunny gardener. He is standing on a pretty tea towel I bought at a wonderful shop in Lamoille, NV.

Here is the lower shelf of my hutch, decorated for Easter. The cute little message in front of the ironstone tureen was stamped by a dear friend.

A closer look at these two antique papier-mache eggs.

This is an egg-shaped soap with a lily of the valley design which I've kept for years. For an "egg cup" I used a lovely candle holder a friend had given me some time ago. So the "egg" didn't sink out of sight in the "cup", I have it propped up on a wooden spool hidden inside the cup.

Those are my simple Easter decorations. Hope you have enjoyed seeing them and that you will all have a blessed Easter celebrating the resurrection of our Lord!


  1. Oh, what beautiful Easter decorations! I love them!

    I stopped by to let you know that I've my Favorite Ingredients Friday Easter Edition recipe exchange (I posted Easter cupcakes).

    Do you have an Easter recipe you'd like to share? :)

  2. Overwhelmed, thanks so much for stopping by. I am glad you liked my Easter decorations.

    Thanks for the reminder, too, about the Easter edition of FIF. I did get over there (but not until Saturday) and posted a coffeecake recipe.

    God bless,


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