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Sunday, April 2, 2017

EASTER AT OUR HOUSE

EASTER CROSSES

The buffet behind our sofa is ready for Easter.
 
EASTER LAMB

I recently found this sweet felted lamb at an estate sale. The other sheep came from my Christmas d├ęcor.
 
EASTER SHEEP

EASTER LAMB TUREEN

I bought this lamb tureen at an estate sale years ago.

EASTER LAMB DECOR

OPEN BIBLE FOR  EASTER

The Bible is open to the story of the resurrection.
 
EASTER ON THE BUFFET

EASTER DECOR ON FIREPLACE AND TREES

I shared our Easter mantel in a previous post. If you missed it, you can see it here. I've decorated Easter trees on each side of the fireplace.
 
PINK EASTER EGG TREE

A pink fringy Easter tree is on the left side of the fireplace.

EASTER BUNNIES

Bunnies live under the tree.

EASTER EGGS ON PINK TREE

Decorative eggs hang on the tree.
 
EASTER NEEDLEPOINT AND BASKET

The needlepoint bunny is from an estate sale, and the pretty basket eggs were a gift from my daughter several years ago.

GREEN EASTER TREE

The table on the right side of the fireplace is the metallic green that I use during the Christmas holidays.
 
BUNNIES UNDER EASTER TREE

More bunnies live under this tree.
 
EASTER TREE WITH BUNNIES

And more decorative eggs hang from it.
Do you decorate for Easter? Are you ready? 
 
 Thank you for your visit.

2 comments:

rhoyost said...

I love the empty tomb with the lambs gathered around.

Sarah said...

Laurie, yes, I decorate for Easter. I know you are surprised to read that! ;-)
Actually, I've been slow to bring out the Easter things this year. Last year I was so rushed with Easter early that this year I've sorta of decorated in stages. I finished up today. I added some MacKenzie-Childs pieces to the mix this year, so actually didn't use all that I have. I've gotten to wear I rotate things from year to year depending on what inspires me.
Love seeing what you do each year. Happy Easter!