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Thursday, March 28, 2019

Easter Mantel



I opened the front door for you and have been hoping that you would stop by........come on in!


I have the Easter mantel I created in the dining room to share with you today......

   A few days ago I shared Peter Cottontail's Farm in the display cabinet,     then I shared  a Cottontail Farm Easter egg hunt on the table,   and then I shared the buffet with  photo's of Peter's family.    Can you tell what my theme kinds is.....lol!   

What with Peter being a rabbit and all,     he has a very,  very,  large family.     The Easter mantel showcases some of the more affluent rabbits in his family......


These family members are very sophisticated.....lol!


I made this banner last spring and used it in my spring decorating.    I decided to use it for Easter even though it spells out spring.


I've made lots of banners,   and this is one of my favorites.
  

Next to the faux fireplace is a china cabinet that I have been storing for my daughter for more than 8 years......I don't think she's coming back for it.....lol!       If she doesn't hurry up,   one day some white paint may "spill" on it!


I hung my "go to" wreath that you've seen me use over and over again on the china cabinet..    It's one of my favorites.


In front of the cabinet is a Victorian couch that I have struggled with what to do with it for several years now.     I doesn't really fit in with my decor anymore,   plus I don't have a place to put it.      I'm sure you'll agree that in front of the cabinet is not a good place....lol!


Anyway,  for now,    it holds two pretty spring pillows

And a sweet bunny......


I love the ribbon work on these pillows


The only thing left to do before Easter is decide how to set the table for Easter dinner.      I will "audition"  several tablescapes before I make the final decision.


I always enjoy your visits,   please stop by again soon!

11 comments:

  1. How fun. This is so pretty. :)
    #graceathomeparty

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  2. Eve
    Everything is so nice. The bunny on the sofa is so sweet!!! Hugs

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  3. Very nice. The ribbonwork on that pillow is so pretty.

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  4. Everything is so pretty! I love the buffalo check!

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  5. Is the largest bunny picture on the mantel available anywhere?

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    1. Those are all prints that I found and Pinterest and printed them out on my home printer. xoxo

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  6. Good morning Penny, Happy Friday. We are getting rain up here in Colorado. It is Spring so we need the moisture. I do love your bunnies. I think I would stub my toe and spill the white paint on the china cabinet and keep it. The Victorian couch would look great in your bedroom or a spare bedroom with the bride bunny and pillow. Oh, bunnies, chicks and lambs are so sweet this time of the year. Do you have a lamb collection; maybe next year. I do love the bunnies year round.
    Wonderful fun visiting your house, thanks again for the tea and treats.
    Leona

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    1. Hi Leona, I do have a lamb collection and will yet get it out closer to Easter. I always enjoy your visits.....hugs...

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  7. Hi Penny...i have been following your Easter decor makeover...loving me some bunnies and Springs baby everything. I love the cover on your Victorian Sofa. I have one very similar. Actually it adds to your farmhouse look. I have a small room that i use as MY theatre. My hubby and I like different tv programs so I use my Victorian sofa and a cushy recliner in that room for tv movie viewing by me. It's a thought if you have a too small to be anything important room.
    Love your decor ... looking forward to the tablescape auditions!
    Blessings, Stefeni

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  8. That's so cute! You have so much energy and creativity!

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  9. Love all the decorations. Especially like those pillows with the ribbon.....very cute.

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