Last week, I got busy and started putting out some of my Easter décor. I needed to look at some springtime items inside when so much of outside is still covered in snow!
I started with the étagère we have in the living room. Let me take you through the details, shelf by shelf.
The top shelf "background" is a metal tree wall-art piece that I attached to the back of the étagère.
In the middle of the shelf is a lidded-wooden-box in which I placed some yellow tulips and a boxwood ball.
Also on this shelf, is a new bunny I found at HomeSense. I really like his neutral colour. Beside him, I placed a glass vase filled with faux eggs and tied with raffia.
The second shelf displays a newly purchased "mini-suitcase" (Cooper's grocery store) filled with Easter décor.
This little suitcase holds a cross, a bunny, a nest, some greenery and faux eggs.
A green birdhouse and a little birdie candleholder are placed on one side of the suitcase.
The next shelf holds some little Easter treasures of mine.
This set of little girl and boy bunnies (from Partylite years ago) is one of my favourite Easter decorations.
These sheep candleholders (also by Partylite) have special meaning as they were among my late Grandma's things which recently came into my possession.
A Pier 1 lamb sits in the middle of this shelf. A reminder especially at Easter that Jesus is called "The Lamb of God".
The bottom shelf features a metal birdcage filled with a fern and faux eggs.
A nest of eggs is placed on a candleholder and sits beside the birdcage.
Another full view
Thanks for visiting!
I hope you will stop by again when I show you some of the other areas I've added a spring touch to.
I will be linking this post to these fantastic blogs:
Seasonal Sundays at The Tablescaper
Sunday Showcase at Under the Table and Dreaming
Amaze Me Mondays at Dwellings
Inspire Me Tuesdays at A Stroll Thru Life
Tutorials & Tips at Home Stories A to Z
Swing Into Spring at DIY by Design
Wow us Wednesdays at Savvy Southern Style
The Scoop at Stone Gable
Be Inspired at Common Ground
Inspiration Gallery at Craftberry Bush