"I do not claim that I can tell a story as it ought to be told. I only claim to know how a story ought to be told." -Mark Twain









4.14.2011

Some Bunny Loves You..............

 Three years ago when we were moving
from Kansas
back to Oklahoma,
my family came up for a final visit
to our wonderful little town.

 My sister
stopped at Nell Hill's on her way
to my house
and bought me this
pair of bunnies
to help me
through The Big Move.

 So now, every year when I get my
Easter decor
out,
I think of our
former home
wonderful friends
and sweet sister.
I love those kind of presents!

The "famous" Nell Hill's logo!

 Aren't these the sweetest bunnies?

 I found this metal cabbage pot
at a garage sale last year
for $1.
I snatched that right up!
In the summer I fill it with
red geraniums.

 Anyway, I decided to use my cute little
hare pair (sorry..I could not resist)
and the metal cabbage pot.....
 along with some Target $1 bin bunnies (5 years or so ago)
and Target $2.50 bowls
to produce a
Somebunny Loves You
tablescape!

 I used a mixture of
white and green plates
I already had
and topped with my $1 bunny plates.
Although in a few pics you will see just
white plates.......
then I stepped back and
decided I needed to add
a little green
to the tablescape.
(Just in case you eagle-eyed people noticed that!)

 One of my (male!) cousins
made this solid sugar egg
(well) over 30 years ago.
It is showing its age,
but I continue to put it out
every single year.
It is heavy!





 The napkin rings are from Pier 1
several years ago.
Many times they will still have
holiday items
repeated though.

(Yes, I changed the napkins to some with green in them too....This is the one I had on originally and I only took one shot of the back of the bunny.)



















All ready for the Easter season!

Linking this with Susan's Tablescape Thursday
Show and Tell Saturday at Be Different Act Normal
Funky Junk Interiors and  
Thrifting with Rhoda at Southern Hospitality.

8 comments:

  1. Your bunnies are so cute!! Your table scape is very pretty! The bunnies and the cabbage dish made the right touch!

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  2. So pretty! Love your napkins bunnies rings!

    Hugs
    Charo

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  3. Awww how cute. Every single piece looks great. This is the second blog I have seen that has an "antique" sugar egg this week.
    I am amazed they survive.

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  4. I have totally loved being at your table and looking at all your beauty! The bunnies are so adorable and to have the story of your s-i-l bringing them to you! Love the polka dots and bunny napkin rings - you did a great job! Thanks for sharing with us at Be Different...Act Normal! I "followed" your blog.

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  5. Ha, I got to be #100 follower - would love a visit back to help me get there :)

    Mary @ Redo101.blogspot.com

    Thanks!

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  6. Your bunnies are very elegant. I like the little pastel bunny plates on top of your dishes stack. Nice!
    Tammy

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  7. Beautiful Easter table. What a delightful pair of bunnies...♥♥♥ that cabbage pot...I can just see it with red geraniums!

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  8. Nice project & post,thank you for sharing.

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