If you read my recent post about being "twixt" and between St. Patrick's and Easter, you'll see in this post that the twixt and between have escalated at our house.
Easter trees on the fireplace hearth are decorated with Easter eggs. At the top of the tree, you can see that our mantel is still decorated for St. Patrick's Day.
The two celebrations are so close together this year.
A bright green tree decorates one side of the hearth, and a bright pink tree decorates the other side.
The Easter bunnies on the tops of the trees are supposed to hide eggs underneath them, but they make good tree toppers.
I've been collecting faux Easter eggs for a lot of years. I only buy them at estate sales or after-Easter sales.
On a table next to the fireplace, I've used my Jim Shore basket and eggs. They were a birthday gift from my daughter one year.
The painted paper mache bunny belonged to my mother.
A few years ago, I purchased these cute metal bunnies from Celestina Marie's Rose Garden Market on Etsy.
I'm determined to leave my St. Pat's greens out until Thursday, but with Easter coming so quickly, I've added some bunnies and Eggs. I hope the Leprechauns and bunnies can get along with each other for a few more days.
It's great to have you stop in for a visit.