Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Easter vignette

Hope everyone's week got off to a good start yesterday. Today I'm sharing the Easter vignette I created on our sofa table with DIY projects, and dollar store and thrift store decor.

I've used my DIY Dollar tree hurricanes again. One is filled with book page eggs and the other is filled with foam eggs left over from my topiary.

I've got bunnies I picked up at the Salvation Army thrift store and a yard sale. I took a liking to vintage bunnies this year. Most of them were 25 cents to $1.00.


Here are some more:




I've also displayed a crochet egg filled with mini eggs that my mother-in-law made. She has made all sorts of fabulous ornaments and things with crochet and sugar water starch.




My best score at the thrift store was this wooden Easter sign. It was $1.00! At first I was going to alter it and cover it with scrapbook paper and embellishments, but when I cleaned it up, I decided to use it as is.


One last shot:



And about that blue Easter grass- it's left over from a couple of years ago, otherwise I'd have green.

I also created an etsy treasury of vintage Easter bunnies. Check it out HERE if you like. (Click on the listings too- that gives treasuries more rank.)



Have a great day. Visit the link parties on the side. I'll be linking up.

4 comments:

  1. Cute stuff! I love the Easter letters! Thanks for linking up with me for Friday Favorites.

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  2. Oh what lovely treasures. Wow, that egg your mother in law made is beautiful. I will have to get to know sugar water starch better. I found your link on making the world cuter-but I am one of your followers!

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  3. Very cute! I found you a sumo sweet stuff. I have giveaway going on right now for a Spring plaque I would love it if you stopped by. Mushkiloves.blogspot.com

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