Easter bunnies have started hopping out of our holiday closet, and they headed straight to Mr. McGregor's prize winning cabbage patch.
The napkin rings represent Mr. McGregor's fence, which is obviously useless when it comes to keeping out rabbits.
Those rabbits have hopped onto our salad plates too.
Bunny Toile by J. Willfred.
Two of the plates on the table were the same, so I'm only sharing the pattern on three plates.
Those bunnies don't know they are sitting on top of a big head of cabbage. (San Raphael by Bordallo Pinerio)
Mr. McGregor uses Ball jars for glasses, but he could only find two of his green jars.
Bunnies have even hopped onto the serving plates.
Now you can see all of the bunnies hopping around Mr. McGregor's cabbage patch.
Mr. McGregor had to have a flowering tree in his cabbage patch because Laurie's Orchid had a bloom on it.
These two bunnies are serving salt and pepper, but they seem more interested in carrots than cabbage.
He left his gardening tools in a flower pot. If he spots those rabbits, he'll be after them with a garden spade.
Let's get out of here before Mr. McGregor shows up and starts chasing those rabbits. Thanks for coming by.
This post is partying with Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch.