Last year I didn’t get all of my Easter decor out because I had basically just moved in here, and I couldn’t bear to unpack and repack one more thing in it’s entirety. But this year, I have gone all out for all the holidays. I got out all the Easter decor, and I think it looks so cute all together.
All of these decorations are thrifted or from my gramma and my mom. Because I’m constantly drawn to the style I grew up with, my grandma’s and my mom’s decor, it’s hard to tell what I thrifted and what is originally theirs.
These bunnies are all hanging out together. They waited a long time for the Easter Bunny to arrive.
A few of these are from my mom. She had a cardboard German egg, and this year I found the one with the ducks on it at an estate sale here.
Almost everything in this kitchen corner is new.
If you remember, I talked about my little odd ball find at Goodwill, of this cute little tea set.
After I showed a photo to my sister, she sent me her set. I can’t believe she had the same set! Sadly a few of the pieces did not make it, BUT the tea cups and the additional settings did, so now I have an extended set. It’s really cute, but I didn’t have the space to set it all up. I think it would make an adorable center piece to a cute Easter table one day…..
A close up of all my moms small treasures. She collected these in her travels.
I hope everyone had a nice Easter weekend. Short and sweet post to close the holiday weekend and start off your week!
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