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Thursday, March 6, 2014

Pastel Easter Tree

I made this Easter tree several years ago and every time I get it out...guess what...I have to add a couple of new things to it!   It is so full now, that you can't even see the tree.   Under all the layers of  Easter  is a large grapevine cone.  
I used some lavender crochet pieces for the tree skirt.   The vintage sugar eggs came from the auction last year and I think they look like little presents under the Easter tree....
The little vignettes inside the eggs are so sweet....
The detail is just amazing!
I have all kinds of flowers on the Easter tree....roses (of course) ,  snow balls,  you have to look close to see the foxglove at the top.   I think I should add some Easter lilies this year.

A little Victorian bunny with a basket of eggs and a small bottle brush tree....

Metal cone filled with pink Easter grass and green eggs....look close for the peas hidden behind the lavender ribbon....

Lots of ribbon and another sweet bunny....

I couldn't get a good picture of this bunny on can see the rest of her body in the photo below...
This little basket belonged to my mother,  she had it filled with potpourri,  but I have it filled with Easter eggs.
 See the green stilts on the left .....a blue pansy peeking up at the bottom....and next to it, a vintage bouquet of flowers.

I have the smaller sugar eggs displayed on the mirrored shelf  by the tree.

Til next time!


  1. What a great Easter tree, Penny. In lovely colors!

    Have a nice day
    from Holland

  2. Penny, your Easter tree is an absolue work of art and would cost a bundle in a store..which of course would never have anything even close to this! Gorgeous!

  3. Wow! Great Easter tree. Love the vintage sugar eggs with their little window scenes. Too cute!

  4. oh my . . . this is gorgeous. Love the colors! I am seriously doing this. Or some poor approximation of . . . I am going back to examine it more closely :) Thank you for sharing!!

  5. I love the colors of your tree, Penny. It is a wonderful piece of all the things you love-xo Diana

  6. Beautiful Penny. You have inspired me to get my big white bottle brush tree out of the attic and give it a go for an Easter tree. Thanks.

  7. Absolutely gorgeous tree...made me smile...

  8. Amazing eye candy!! I could spend hours just looking at it and I'm sure it will keep me wondering!

  9. Enchanting!! Great idea to use a cone instead of a tree, can get more "stuff" on it. Love it.

  10. Just gorgeous! Yout Easter tree is absolutely fantastic. I love the doecorations, the colours, the victorina bunny!

  11. Lovely! Many details and i like the colours of spring.


  12. Absolutely gorgeous! Love all the pastel colors! THanks for sharing at The Weekend Retreat! Hope to see you back on Thursday!

  13. That is so beautiful! Thanks for joining the Happiness is Homemade linky party today and sharing this.

  14. This is so cute! You have done a great job. Thanks for sharing at TTF!

  15. Oh my goodness, this is stunning. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

  16. Love love the trees so pretty and nice change from the usual Easter display. Happy Spring Pink thoughts

  17. Beautiful ! Love your Easter tree !

  18. Just gorgeous. So many layers. Thanks for bringing your creativity to Seasonal Sundays.

    - Alma, The Tablescaper

  19. Those eggs are so pretty...Spring has sprung at your home Penny...just lovely!

  20. Penny! It's gorgeous! You amaze me!! Thank you for sharing. You will be one of the features tomorrow at the Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Also, I have a new address: Hope to see you again at the bash! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse


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