Hello again friends!
We are quickly approaching Easter and I wanted to share with you some of the Easter decorations I have around my home. I don’t have one central color scheme or theme…I buy/create what I like and then just make it fit in somewhere. The photo above has the sweetest little sign that I found last year. I honestly don’t know where I bought it but the saying, the font and the Victorian painted roses just made me smile. I made the Easter tree a few years ago and you can see more details of it HERE.
What is your favorite Easter candy? I am not a huge chocolate fan but the Reese’s eggs and Cadbury eggs tie for my favorite. My strategy is to buy what I like for my kids and then sneak candy from them after Easter. I try not to open the candy bags before Easter (just like Halloween) because I could eat it all before the holiday. Seriously. So far, I haven’t even bought Easter treats and do not know if I will be going to a store to buy anything. My kids may get homemade goodies this year or even canned goods from the pantry. We’ll see how things go…
This centerpiece sits on the table in my lunchroom (it’s a breakfast room that my kids renamed as the lunchroom when they were little). The container came from Pier One last year. The painted ceramic egg holders were found at a local consignment store. After Easter, I’ll probably put the egg holders in my china cabinet-I just think they’re so cute! The faux grass is from Hobby Lobby. I use this stuff everywhere.
In my Dining Room, I have this little metal bunny that came from Dollar General. It was cream colored with a little distressing. I decided to spray paint it all over to make it one solid color and added a dried rose necklace.
I shared the Dining Room table centerpiece last week. You can see it HERE and directions to making the moss bunny.
On the Dining Room sideboard, I have another Easter tree that I made with tree branches and decorated with dried rose buds, baby’s breath filled tussie mussies, hanging nests and book pages cut in the shape of a rabbit.
In the Living Room, I pulled out some egg garland that I had gotten at Hobby Lobby a few years ago and put it on the piano. Two little white bunnies sit perched together while the opposite side of the piano has various heights of brass candle holders with white candles.
I have also shared my Living Room mantle HERE but here’s one photo.
What says Spring more than a forsythia bush? I always like to include forsythia in my Spring decor. I have triple windows overlooking the back yard in my Living Room and a long table stretches out in front of it. On this table I filled a large vase full of artificial forsythia along with a container full of colored eggs and a Victorian sign I’ve had for years.
The last stop on my tour is actually my foyer. A mix of whites are combined on the entry table to greet visitors. I did not take a photo of everything in the foyer but it is a mix of whites and blue.
Lastly, here’s my Lucy photo for your enjoyment. When I was photographing the Dining Room, she was right with me and fell asleep while I was working. I got down beneath the table and snapped this photo.
So, that’s a small tour of some of the decor I have throughout my home! I appreciate you coming by and looking around!
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