YEAH, it's time again for some fun Holiday Decorating. I didn't really do much for St. Patricks Day, so I was really looking forward to doing something for Easter.
If you've followed my blog for awhile, you know about my little 3' table. I've you're a new follower, I have this small table that sits at our entry, and it's 3' surface is pretty much the only surface I have in my house that allows me to do any kind of decorating upon. To catch you up, this is what I did for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
And now... this is what I've created for Easter.
I spray painted branches from my yard (and as you can see from the photo above - I missed a few spots). I got these fabulous sequined Easter Eggs at Target for $2.50.
The vase and ribbon are from the Dollar Tree, and I used Easter colored jelly beans (that actually taste like Sweet-Tarts) as the stability filler.
My Bunny's Pedestal in it's place of honor.
I'm totally luvin my Bunny Specimen Art. I used Easter Bunny Confetti that I got at Hobby Lobby on sale for $.50. I only used 9 out of a pack of about 50. Need to think about what to do with the rest of them.
The three little wood Bunnies in the back are from Joanne's, and of course my bird from the Dollar General.
This has got to be my favorite part of the whole display. I already had the white frame and mat, and I got the filigreed cut felt Easter Egg at Joanne's in the Dollar Bin section. So the item that makes the biggest impact in the whole vignette only cost me a $1.00.
This Happy Easter pillow is something I cross-stitched and made about 15 years ago. I hung it using a push pin.
If you noticed above, I added another little bunny to my Bunny Pedestal. He's from one of my miniature gardens.
I'm linking up here... be sure to go there to see all the other awesome projects.