Thursday, March 19, 2009

Spring Fluffing

As if my day wasn't exciting enough today, between loads of laundry (woo hoo) and packing for my daughter and I to leave for Florida tomorrow (yes another cheer competition) I decided I maybe had 10 minutes to browse some of my blogging friends. Bad idea! An hour later and a now load of wrinkled clothes (left sitting in the dryer) I am sitting here typing this post. Why you might ask? Well one of my first stops was to Southern Hospitality where I discovered Rhoda was hosting a Spring Fluffing. Well the title alone was completely irresistible! Especially for a bunny addict like myself. Last week I started "playing" with my spring and Easter decor. Never really completed any of it for lack of time but still thought I would share.
I found these cute little tins of tulips this year at Home Goods. I usually have a couple Easter Egg wreathes that I bought a few years back up on my doors but when I pulled them out this year the ummm "egg shells" (plastic) had cracked and peeled a bit.


I thought these were cheery and I loved the idea of being able to place them low on my french doors. French Style!



Every time I walk past my buffet I find that things have been added, moved and taken away. Little Miss Whimsy likes bunnies more than I do! Here is how I found it this morning. I have no idea where the bunny with the yellow broken Easter egg came from. I have never seen that one before.




Little Miss Whimsy also likes to name all our bunnies. I believe this one is Mr. Hoppy.



Meet Mr. Fluffenstein.




This one is Miss Little Egg, I think she must be Native American. Her name sounds like a Native American name to me!



Mr. whiskers


This is one of my favorite bunnies. She looks like she is hand stitched even though she is not made out of fabric. Last I heard her name was Rosie.




The beginnings of my Easter table. I will work on this one and do a post on it at a later time.





My very favorite Bordello plates.




I found these cute little shakers at Home Goods as well.




I love this little bunny and cabbage dish.



Easter eggs on the kitchen chandelier. Just a few touches I have started working on for Spring and the fast approaching Easter. Hope you've enjoyed. To view more wonderful Spring inspiration visit Southern Hospitality.













21 comments:

  1. I absolutely LOVE your decorations!!! You have some very cute bunnies visiting your home! And the buckets on the front doors are great. Now I want some. :o)

    Lovely fluffing!

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  2. Everything is lovely, but OMG, those tins of tulips on your door are to die for!!!

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  3. Everything is lovely, but OMG, those tins of tulips on your door are to die for!!!

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  4. You ao funny. You have 10 million things going on and you are still in decorating mode. Who else is like that? hmmm.....could it be your separated twin!? (me!) LOL
    My you have some great bunnies, but I gotta agree w/ gaston Studio - those tulip tins against your black door are "mahvelous!"
    Very frenchy indeed. I will miss you this weekend - please drive safely and tell Em Aunt Grits said to kick some cheer butt! :-D

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  5. Very pretty springy decorations. I love your front doors!

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  6. You are very good at fluffing and all the bunnies looks well turned out.

    Have a Thankful Thursday
    from the Raggedy Roberta Anne

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  7. Beautiful, thanks for joining the party! I just love those tulips on your door, I might have to add those to my curent post. Love your toile DR and all your bunny things...from another green Bordallo bunny lover!

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  8. Those doors are so beautiful!

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  9. Love all your different bunnies and the tulips on the door are beautiful. I'm in love with your dining room! I love toile!

    Manuela

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  10. Aren't those bunnies cute. Love them all. Your egg tree is very cute. Thanks for sharing. Linda

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  11. You have some of the cutest bunnies! And I love your door decor. laurie

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  12. Your front doors are fabulous! I think your baskets are great, very unique. I also love your toile wallpaper, perfect for this time of year, that's for sure.

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  13. Wow, how stunning are those arrangements on your doors? Love them...great contrast on the black doors! Love all of your "Spring Flufing."

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  14. Great start for Easter decor! We lived the high school and competitive cheer life in California with our daughter and it was so much fun. I'm a pro at setting the curly ponys. Miss those days.

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  15. Love all the bunnies. I have the same Bordello bunny plates (doesn't everyone?). The tulips on the french doors is fabulous.

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  16. Love your double doors! Everything else is so festive, too.

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  17. The eggs hanging from the chandelier so cute. Everything is just lovely.
    Mona

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  18. How beautiful!! I love the tins of tulips on the door...much better than a wreath!!

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  19. I LOVE all of your bunnies, especially the last one! And the tulips? Well...don't be surprised if they disappear, 'cuz I'm thinkin' about flying to your house to steal them! Those are fabulous. Have a great trip.

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  20. What cute bunnies! And I love the buffet with its decorations on top.

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  21. I was simply browsing and came across your sweet blog. I would love it if you could tell me how you hung the tulips on your front doors. They are such a nice look. I have been wanting to do something similar to my double french style doors but am hesitant to make a permanent mark on the doors. Any advice? Thanks

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