April 17, 2011

A Spring Tablescape

I decided to change up my dining room tablescape this week. You last saw it on the Yellow And Blue Spring Decor post HERE.


And with a little tweaking it is now a Easter tablescape.




A Bordallo Pinheiro bunny plate that I bought at Home Goods last year mirrors the pattern on the old Hobby Lobby vase.


This bunny is a staple of my Easter decor. I've had him for years.


I bought this basket filled with shredded sheet music at the fall barn sale in Granville, Ohio that I blogged about HERE. Initially I thought the purchase may have been a mistake, but I have gotten a lot of use out of this thing.


Here comes Peter Cottontail, hoppin' down the bunny trail . . .


Oops, he's giving us the evil eye. Gotta go!

I'm linking with Susan over at Between Naps On The Porch for Metamorphosis Monday.

23 comments:

  1. PPam- That is just a sweet little bunny! I love it-he does look like an old one which makes him even more precious. And I love that little green plate! Perfect! xxoo Diana

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  2. No- I do not stutter! PP just means that my finger is faster than my computer-lol DDiana;>)

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  3. Shredded sheet music is always a favorite with me. Lovely table vignette.

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  4. Love everything! Love the plate, the basket with shredded music sheet and the bunny -- even if he is giving us the evil eye! LOL!
    (You're too funny!) :)
    Best,
    Gloria

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  5. The plate is darling. The bunnies eye is not evil...maybe watchful? ♥O

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  6. Adorable Pam!!! I love bunnies and he is cute even if he has a bit of attitude lol !

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  7. Lovin' the bunnies...my favorite thing!
    Hugs- Tete

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  8. What a great display! I love the shredded sheet music. So unique! Perfect for Soringtime and Easter. Susie

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  9. Such a pretty tablescape. Love the basket with the bunny and sheet music!
    Marianne :)

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  10. what a cute bunny plate...it all looks great!

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  11. So adorable Pam! I love the way you propped up the plate and it's rich green color. Cute bunny too.

    Yes, I'm having the exact same issue with my posts. I have to use my HTML code and it's so time consuming. I read they are working on the problem at Blogger.

    Warmly, ~Melissa

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  12. I love the textures. I scrolled down: didn't know about All My Children. I watched that the whole time my girls were growing up.
    Brenda

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  13. How cute is that bunny? He's couldn't possibly be evil, LOL! Great idea to use the shredded sheet music as Easter grass. Great Easter vignette!
    XO

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  14. What a sweet vignette. Love that little bunny! :)
    I have those plates too in green and yellow!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelai ;)

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  15. Great vignette Pam, looks like you're ready for Easter:@)

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  16. That's a fabulous green plate and just perfect for Easter. Please stop by and see my new curtain. Hope you have a very happy holiday. Jane

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  17. How very pretty! I especially love the green plate! That little bunny is cute too, even though he's giving out the evil eye! lol!

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  18. What a lovely spring vignette! Thanks for coming by my blog to say hi, Christie

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  19. No way is that bunny evil!!! I love the whole tablescape!!!

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  20. That plate is just too cute!
    *hugs*deb

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  21. This is lovely Pam, and I have a similar plate and love it so!

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