A Blessed Easter to You!

 May you be blessed this Easter with knowing why Jesus endured wearing a crown of thorns.  

May you feel His presence and thank Him personally for dying on the cross for you! 

He is risen! He is Alive!!

Praise You Lord!



Bunny Hop Tablescape!

I'm joining Kathleen's Let's Dish with this bunny tablescape I prepared for our granddaughter who will be here this weekend! Thanks to Kathleen for hosting, click on her name for lots more fun!

I used most of my bunny collection to make this tablescape, the other bunnies were posted here if you would like to see them.

 Four different bunny egg cups are used in the center of each plate.
Real boiled eggs will replace these plastic eggs

It's hard to pick a favorite egg cup, but these little floppy ear bunnies are adorable


 For the centerpiece I clustered a lot of bunnies together:

The tallest bunny is in the center:
 The smaller bunnies are on each side:

 I used basketweave chargers with white Dollar Tree plates and cream handled flatware.

The pastel plaid napkins are held with different bunny napkin rings



So, there you have it, do you think Elisabeth will like the Bunny Hop tablescape?

I'm also linking to Susan's Tablescape Thursday, and The Tablescaper's Seasonal Sunday.

Click here to see my other bunnies, including my vintage look bunny collection.

Happy Easter!



Easter Decor

 A few of my Easter decorations. I'm linking to The Tablescaper's Seasonal Sundays and Marty's Tabletop Tuesday. Thanks, ladies for hosting!  Click on their names for lots more fun!

The floral arrangement above is on our breakfast nook table. Silk flowers, but they look fresh, and are very cheery!

This Longaberger bunny tea pot is also in the breakfast nook.

My vintage-look bunny collection is displayed on the curio cabinet in the dining room

 Close-up of the bunnies

The bunny below is on the hall tree in the foyer:

These little cute bunnies, playing in faux grass, are on top of the TV armoire in the family room

 It's always so hard to take a picture at this location, these were taken at night. During the day too much light comes through the windows above.

 This unusual cloche holds one bunny inside

The above bunnies are also in the family room.

Needlepoint bunny pillow on the settee in the living room:


Our granddaughter will be here this weekend and she has never seen my bunny collection. I have most of them out for her to see.  I have a bunny tablescape to share on Let's Dish Wednesday.

Happy Easter!



St. Pat's Tablescape

 I always like to join Kathleen's Irish Blog Crawl every year. Click on her name for lots more fun!  I'm also joining Susan's Tablescape Thursday. Click on her name for lots of inspiration.

Inspiration for this tablescape came from these "eyeglasses:"
 As soon as I saw them at the Dollar Tree I knew what I would do with them!

I snapped the handles off and broke them at the bridge area.

                                              Like this:

                                  Perfect for this!

                                     For the centerpiece

I used this terrarium
and placed these cute little Irish dancing figurines inside:

How cute are they! Makes you want to dance, huh?!

 I used double napkins, one white and one green

I also used two tablecloths, a white Battenburg over solid green

The crystal look flatware is from Ross, the "crystal" goblets from Dollar Tree

 The white plates are also from Dollar Tree and the green chargers from Target.

The faux shamrocks and carnations decorate the top of the terrarium and make a garland on each side.

                                                          Birds eye view!

                                                          My St. Patrick's Day tablescape

                         And it all started with this:
                                    Then this:

                            Then this!

Happy St. Patrick's Day ya'll!