Happy Easter, everyone! Today I'd like to share some of my loyal blog reader Cindy Koth's cheerful Easter decor. You might remember some of Cindy's Valentine decor that I shared a while back. I'd say Cindy celebrates the holidays in great vintage style, wouldn't you?
Here we have a lovely grouping of plush bunnies in baskets:
Bunnies do have a tendency to multiply....and some of these are mechanical:
Charming children's tea sets with rabbit motifs:
A very special tin litho set in its own cupboard:
Cotton bunnies and other delights from the past:
Mohair and plush bunnies and a Kandies for the Kiddies tin:
Cindy can't stop the rabbits from reproducing!
You can tell the grass inside these carts is the old cellophane type from the 1960's:
Cindy said the bunny on the left is pulling over the others for speeding!
A charming cover of The Farmer's Wife magazine:
Cindy's Easter decor puts mine to shame! I want to thank her for sharing her treasures with us today.
To end my Easter post, I'd like to show you a picture of me back in the 1960's, wearing my new Easter bonnet. We were getting ready for church, and I was very uncomfortable because the bonnet had prickly flowers that were scratching my head. I didn't look very happy, did I?
I hope you have a happy Easter with your family and/or friends, and pets if you have them. My dogs are looking forward to some ham. They've been good helpers lately, so I'll give them a few bits.