March 7, 2017
Reviewing last year's Easter decorations.
I love to look back at my old photos to remind me what I did the year before.
Do you remember my cute little chicks from above? I would love to find a few more for this year. They are just too cute!
My mother's father had a grainery and hatchery.
There would be baby chicks everywhere. As a kid I loved to go poking around the hatchery equipment.
And at some point there would be boxes of dyed Easter chicks. I don't know if that tradition is still around or not.
Last year was the year I played with egg displays in different containers around the house.
Using them on my ironstone platter may have been my favorite.
I liked the simple farmhouse vibe.
I also tried a porcelain bowl for fun.
These are the eggs that Hobby Lobby sold last year.
I used this pedestal for an alternate display.
My twig bunny has held up a couple of years.
He has a broken ear that I have to play with to get it to stand up. I will evaluate him after I bring him up from the basement in a few days.
Hopefully his ear will make it another year if I assist with some hot glue.
For this display I used a large black tray.
Why did I use that horrible Easter grass in this wire basket?
Tradition? Ha! I am not really sure.
I would use it in my children's baskets and then find the shiny green strands around the house forever it seemed.
I know it is early for Easter decorations, but I just love bunnies and chicks. I love to begin finding little bits and pieces to decorate the house. It seems like fun, and a way to break with winter.
My little chicks and I want to know if you have begun thinking about spring around your house?
I was going to post a new tablescape for you today...but not enough light for photography.
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Hello, I'm Sheila and my house is a giant art project! I enjoy creating an environment where my family can feel safe, secure, and loved. We are empty nesters learning to slow down and enjoy life.
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