Easter bunnies are hopping around in our sunroom. I bought this cart-pulling bunny at a going-out-of-business sale years ago.
This one is a reproduction candy holder.
On one side of the buffet, the bunnies are gardening.
The bunnies with a basket belonged to my mother. I purchased the bunny with the sprinkling can at the same going-out-of-business sale.
I just purchased this framed needlepoint at an estate sale for $5.00.
Paper plates and napkins fill my tool box.
More paper plates are displayed in the shelves. I bought the bunny garland at Dirt Cheap for $3.00. Do you ever shop at Dirt Cheap? It's a lot of trouble, but I have dug up some treasures in that store.
The bunnies have put decorated eggs into egg cups.
This wooden bunny is a purse. The strap is inside the purse.
Easter tags hang from a tree, and an Easter basket is filled with Easter napkins.
This pillow belonged to my mother.
I purchased this pillow at the same estate sale where I got the framed needlepoint bunny. I paid $3.00 for the pillow.
I really think these Easter bunnies are reproducing in our holiday closet. There seem to be more of them every year.
It was good to have you visit.
This post is partying with Thoughts of Home on Thursday at Poofing the Pillows.