Bunnies and More

The very first Easter taught us this:  that life never ends and love never dies.” – Kate McGahan

Hi friends,

I just love bunnies and there is no shortage of them around this house.  This bunny by Bunnies by the Bay is new because he is going to a very special person.

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I put this arrangement together for a tablescape that I will share later.  Thanks to the Floral Monday friends, I have realized that vignettes are so beautiful and a centerpiece can be repurposed.  Flowers are expensive but I have Trader Joe’s close by.  I went to BB Barnes to buy a present and they had this beautiful vase.  I have to limit my visits to BB Barns.

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I have been singing “At the Cross” every day since Bonnie did her recent post. The Cross and candles been around a very long time.

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I love that my kitchen chandelier looks so pretty but that single fork does not. I don’t know what happened.

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This may be my favorite bunny.  I love his carriage. One of my first bunnies.

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A couple of bowls from my upcoming tablescape.  This is Bob’s favorite bunny with his flop ears.

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This is my favorite. He looks to be a little mischievous playing with the dragonfly.

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And this is everybody’s favorite……none other than Peter Rabbit.

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I should tell you about the flowers…pink rancunculus, daffodils and filler from Trader Joe’s.

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I love Mother reading to her baby. The brown looks beautiful with the vase as the vase has lots of brown etching.

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This cross was made for me by my beautiful friend Elva Lee.  It is a treasure.

Glory to His Name!  Glory to His Name!

    Dianne

One thought on “Bunnies and More

  1. Dianne, you have assembled beautiful bunnies and flowers. I haven’t been able to find a single ranunculus this season, and I do love them. Your new vase is really pretty! Wishing you a most wonderful Friday my friend

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