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    Easter 2008 at Marsha's Vineyard
    Year: 2008     Holiday: Easter     Shared by: marshavnyd
    This year brought two new trees to our house. The first is the Martha Stewart egg-shaped topiary tree that we made about a month ago. Once you get the hang of wrapping the feathers it goes very quickly. We've made traditional shaped trees before but this is our first 'fancy' design with multiple tipped branches.

    The second is the Williams-Sonoma tree with fabric wrapped branches. They had this tree last year but I missed getting it. This year it was not going to get away from me! It's perfect for our mini eggs.

    I didn't do a full-sized egg tree this year, so I'll have to figure out what to do next year. Easter is such fun to decorate for since the trees are small and manageable. It's the first decorating that we do after putting Christmas away and those bunnies and chicks are so darned cute!
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    A smaller crowd this year as the 'kids' find new places to be.
    A smaller crowd this year as the 'kids' find new places to be.
    The Dept 56 tree gets new additions with Bunny Balance and new jeweled mini eggs.  I love this tree because you can really see everything 'up close and personal'.
    The Dept 56 tree gets new additions with Bunny Balance and new jeweled mini eggs. I love this tree because you can really see everything 'up close and personal'.
    I love these Trisha O'Donnell felt pieces.  They're great to scatter throughout the house.
    I love these Trisha O'Donnell felt pieces. They're great to scatter throughout the house.
    My oldest Easter tree is still hanging in there.  I'm hoping it still has a few more good years as it's always center stage and gets a new 'do' every year.
    My oldest Easter tree is still hanging in there. I'm hoping it still has a few more good years as it's always center stage and gets a new 'do' every year.
     
    The front of the tree.  The left and middle papier mache pieces are Janell Berryman OOAK's.  The piece on the right is new and a OOAK Kristen Beason.
    The front of the tree. The left and middle papier mache pieces are Janell Berryman OOAK's. The piece on the right is new and a OOAK Kristen Beason.
    Yes, there's a bunny sitting on the back of the tree, too.
    Yes, there's a bunny sitting on the back of the tree, too.
    The clip-on nest holds three new surprise mini eggs.
    The clip-on nest holds three new surprise mini eggs.
    Tah dah!!  Here's the Martha Stewart egg-shaped topiary tree that Jim and I made this year.  Don't tell him, but I want to make the larger version next year.....  As you can see, that darned Steve Robba has me hopelessly addicted to Debbee Thibault.
    Tah dah!! Here's the Martha Stewart egg-shaped topiary tree that Jim and I made this year. Don't tell him, but I want to make the larger version next year..... As you can see, that darned Steve Robba has me hopelessly addicted to Debbee Thibault.
     
    A close-up of the MS tree.  You really have to think about how to decorate it and still keep the egg shape.  I love the mint green feathers!  They're a perfect match for the green that Patricia uses on her Easter pieces.
    A close-up of the MS tree. You really have to think about how to decorate it and still keep the egg shape. I love the mint green feathers! They're a perfect match for the green that Patricia uses on her Easter pieces.
    Did you ever wonder where those missing ornaments go??  Jim had a go at his own decorations for his office this year.  It touches my heart to see him get in the swing of things and hope his vignette will put a smile on your face as it did mine.  Maybe next year I'll let him take his pick of the ornaments rather than sneak away the leftovers.
    Did you ever wonder where those missing ornaments go?? Jim had a go at his own decorations for his office this year. It touches my heart to see him get in the swing of things and hope his vignette will put a smile on your face as it did mine. Maybe next year I'll let him take his pick of the ornaments rather than sneak away the leftovers.
    My other new Easter tree from Williams-Sonoma.  This tree is great to display our mini eggs.  You can really see them and they're very secure.  Even though I add at least a dozen every year, I can always use more.  I think mini eggs are my favorite Easter decoration.
    My other new Easter tree from Williams-Sonoma. This tree is great to display our mini eggs. You can really see them and they're very secure. Even though I add at least a dozen every year, I can always use more. I think mini eggs are my favorite Easter decoration.
    The WS tree by night.  I love that the branches are fabric wrapped.  It really helps to keep the eggs in place.   I tied the eggs on the end of the branches with very thin ribbon which 'disappeared'.  Even though this is in the kitchen, i.e. a perilous spot, the eggs are secure and I don't need to worry about them.
    The WS tree by night. I love that the branches are fabric wrapped. It really helps to keep the eggs in place. I tied the eggs on the end of the branches with very thin ribbon which 'disappeared'. Even though this is in the kitchen, i.e. a perilous spot, the eggs are secure and I don't need to worry about them.
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