I collect vintage baby planters and alot of them tend to be lambs. So I have a collection of lambs. It was an accident. I didn't mean to have a collection of lamb planters, it just happened. So it fits to display them at Easter.
This planter is actually FOR Easter. I like that.
I have a few of this type of lamb. But one of my favs is the little duck under an umbrella.
He makes me smile. :)
I bought that turquoise deer around Christmas. I know he's got nothing to do with Easter, but he looks so relaxed among the lamby-pies, doesn't he?
Here is an old tin rabbit and cart carrying...Baby Jesus??? Christmas seems to sneak in to all my decor, no matter what the season.
(...like this egg-covered Christmas tree...)
This cute duck is two syrofoam balls in a nylon sock! So clever, I want to try making one of my own. It has a Japan sticker on the bottom.
Last fall I got this great corner cabinet at a g-sale for $20.
Its perfect for displays.
Now if only my displays were "perfect."
I almost left this crafty styrofoam bunny at the rummage sale but
I was smitten with his plaid vest.
Here are my dogs in the 1970's trying to get to my Easter basket! :)
This is a child's purse.
Vintage crafty styrofoam egg.
This is the only beaded egg I've ever found. It is so pretty! I am on the look out for more!
I'm not sure but I think this glittered egg is a Christmas ornament.
Left to right: A chalkware chick, a plastic rattle rooster, a chenille and pom duck and a spun cotton chick (MY FAV!) breaking out of his pink shell!
Check this out! A real live (dead) taxidermied CHICK! I got this in a lot of other vintage Easter decorations in a shoebox. I love him even though its kinda twisted to think he gave up his life to become a symbol of new life...Ugh. :(
What's cuter than flocked styrofoam chicks wearing party hats??? I love the satin ball bunny peeking over from behind them.
You can't see this very well but its a 1960's hat covered with velvet millinery posies! :)
I hope you had tons of fun this Easter with lots of blessings besides!