Tiered Holiday Trays

 If you follow Pinterest or Instagram you have probably seen the many varieties of decorated Tiered Trays posted. When I saw this chicken wired tiered tray at Hobby Lobby I couldn't resist joining in the fun! I have several miniature Easter bunnies and chickens so this is the perfect way to display them all together: 
The little white bunny on top I've had since the 80s.
I like it because it looks like he is praying!

 I'm showing all sides of the tiered tray
so you can see all the cuties:
The chocolate bunny isn't real,
but he sure looks like he is!

I hope you can see everything

 Like an Easter parade going around!
 The baby chick on top has an umbrella
and is riding in an egg mobile!

Praying you have a Happy Easter!

I forgot to post the St. Patrick's Day
Tiered Tray, here are pictures:
 This may be my last year to post
for St. Patrick's day as I'm sharing
my decorations with family.

How cute is he?

He has a shamrock in his hand:

 Sorry to be late posting these, but
they are so cute, I couldn't resist 
being late with them!

Do you do tiered trays for holidays?

 Now I'm trying to decide what to do on the tiered tray next?
Spring? Mother's Day?
Stay tuned!

May you have a Blessed Easter!

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Easter Decor throughout the house

The favorite Easter decor in our house is this 
Crown of Thorns
made by my husband years ago
from a vine from our bouganvillia bush.

This Crown of Thornes is displayed on
an antique bible in a niche by the dining room.

This pretty bunny stands by a bible verse
handpainted and penned by my daughter.
Verse is: 1 Peter 1:3
Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ!
In His great mercy He has given us new birth into a 
living hope through the ressurection of Jesus Christ from the dead.

I have a collection of vintage-look bunnies that I displayed in our
masterbedroom and masterbathroom this year:
 The bunnies are reproductions of vintage bunnies

 I think they are so cute!
These are displayed on my dresser.

 The one below is on my nightstand:
 How cute is he with the wheelbarrow?
 The one below is on top of a curio cabinet in my bedroom:
 The colors go so well with the bedroom decor:
 These are displayd in the master bath:
 The one below is on the Jacuzzi tub:
 The one below is on top of a stack of luggage:
 Beside a tall twine vase: 
 These vintage look baby chicks are displayed on top of the TV armoire in the bedroom:
 The chicks look like they are made from paper mache'
 Another bible verse penned by my daughter

Bunnies and Chicks represent New Birth at Easter time.

This vignette is in the dining room:
 on top of a curio cabinet:

A sweet bunny among faux grass in the family room
 Bunnies, ring around the candle:
 Faux eggs in a wire urn on the dining room table:
 Two of the eggs are "beaded:"
 Cute little egg cup holders:
 Bunny on the hall tree in the foyer:
 One of my favorite bunnies in my collection:
 She is wearing an Easter Bonnet!
 Pretty bunny above is on the bottom of the hall tree.

Faux cotton fills a wire bowl on the end table
in the living room:
 A glass cutout bird landed nearby!

 Bunnies on the Bombay chest in the living room:
 Hard to get a good picture with the window behind
 The cute bunnies were from Dollar Tree years ago.

Vignette below is on the opposite end of the curio cabinet in the dining room:
 A few weeks ago I used a different bible verse.

 Faux flowers on the glass coffee table in the living room:

Needlepoint bunny pillow on settee in the living room:

Faux chocolate bunnies look so real you want to eat them!

Egg Shaped Wheelbarrow on the glass-top table in the breakfast nook:
 Also has salt and pepper shakers.

Cute bunny on top of plant stand:

Beaded faux eggs among the yellow depression glass 
in the dining room:

I hope you enjoyed seeing our
Easter decorations!

Happy Easter!

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