3.12.2013

Cottage Style Party #35




Can you believe that Easter is less than 3 weeks away?


I always equate Easter with Spring.


It's the pastel season, a time for newness.



I decided to play with some Easter basket grass and eggs 

I bought at the Goodwill over the weekend.

Toss in a few things I already had and its starting to look like Easter!





I added a bird's nest and Easter grass to this domed pedestal.





This milkglass pedestal bowl is perfect for grass and plastic eggs.





I love these little bunnies hiding in the grass under the dome!






Easter in shades of pink!





This little bunny escaped!



This was so much fun and I haven't even opened 

all the bags of Easter display items I bought!


Stay tuned for more Easter fun next week...











Welcome to 

Cottage Style Party #35!






It looks like everyone has Spring fever!







How pretty is this table setting with its high/low 

mix of pretty paper plates, bunny egg cups and milk glass?




Stop by Penny's blog Penny's Vintage Home to see the gorgeous centerpiece hinted at above!








I adore the speckled eggs on this Easter wreath on Kathy's door!





Hop on over to her blog A Delightsome Life for a close up of her wreath and the inspiration for it!






I love these cute chicks wearing their adorable Easter bonnets!





Flock on over to Chenille Cottage to see more of her spring time decorating!











Welcome to this weeks 


Cottage Style Party!

























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14 comments:

  1. I love the way you styled your Easter eggs in the bowls. Thank you for hosting.

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  2. Such inspiration in all those lovely egg nests for Easter..I love them all! Thank you for hosting, it's my frist time here..I think! Big hugs,
    FABBY

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  3. Hi Debi,
    Love your touches of Easter. Colored grass and eggs are always fun! Wonderful features. Thanks for the party.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  4. Love all your features! So happy to be joining in this week!

    ~Trisha

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  5. Oh, I love your nest of eggs nestled under glass; adorable! Your features are wonderful and thanks for hosting.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  6. Isn't it fun adding sweet Springtime touches to things we already have or have thrifted? It really is possible to decorate on a dime and have a wonderful look. I like the many colors of Easter grass out there...I remember when the only color available was green.
    Thank you, Deb, for hosting and for choosing to feature my little Chicks. I'm honored.
    Have a wonderful week and Happy St. Patty's!
    Blessings,
    Carolynn xoxo

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  7. Your cloches are adorable! I'm so ready for spring after the unexpected two days of snow we've been having in France.

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  8. I'm happy to join with my French altered book your party for the first time ! So I'm your newest French follower from PARIS !
    xoxo
    Joëlle

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  9. Debi, Thanks for hosting another great party! We appreciate all the work you do so we can show off! Looks like Spring at your home!

    Peace,
    Linda and Jeannie at The French Hens Nest

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  10. Thanks for hosting...I just love your party.

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  11. Thanks for hosting, Debi :) Lovely inspiration!
    Greetings from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

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  12. I love your bunnies in the "grass"!

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  13. The bunnies are nests are adorable.........Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop this week; I hope you’ll join us again!


    Cheers,
    Kathy Shea Mormino

    The Chicken Chick

    http://www.The-Chicken-Chick.com

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  14. Love your Easter displays - I have that same milk glass pedestal dish- was Mom's! I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday and do appreciate you featuring the Easter Egg Wreath - so much fun!
    Kathy

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Thank you!