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    Vintage Easter Potpourri
    Year: 2009     Holiday: Easter     Shared by: Breenbaubles
    Here are some photos of my vintage Easter displays. Most of what you see is antique although there are few newer pieces mixed in as well. This year I moved the vintage pieces from my family room corner cabinet to the dining room which necessitated rearranging everything into smaller vignettes. After a lot of trial and error, I'm pleased with how they all turned out. I hope you like them too. Pam A.
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    This is in the center of the dining room table.
    This is in the center of the dining room table.
    A three tiered serving stand that worked out great for displaying some of my collection of vintage cotton batting bunnies and chicks.  I added some pink chenille fringe to the edges for a little extra interest.
    A three tiered serving stand that worked out great for displaying some of my collection of vintage cotton batting bunnies and chicks. I added some pink chenille fringe to the edges for a little extra interest.
    A couple of close-ups.  The Easter girls are by Colleen Moody.
    A couple of close-ups. The Easter girls are by Colleen Moody.
    A vintage Easter candy box and some antique postcards here.
    A vintage Easter candy box and some antique postcards here.
     
    Although often called paper mache, these are actually pressed cardboard bunnies probably from the '50s.
    Although often called paper mache, these are actually pressed cardboard bunnies probably from the '50s.
    And more bunnies.  You'll see I've scattered into the displays some reproduction Victorian type ornaments I had.
    And more bunnies. You'll see I've scattered into the displays some reproduction Victorian type ornaments I had.
    Another bunny with some flowers and a cute small vintage Easter box.
    Another bunny with some flowers and a cute small vintage Easter box.
    A little barnyard scene with more vintage cotton batting pieces, a vintage postcard and an old pressed cardboard hen on a nest.
    A little barnyard scene with more vintage cotton batting pieces, a vintage postcard and an old pressed cardboard hen on a nest.
     
    More pressed cardboard candy containers--this time chicks & ducks.
    More pressed cardboard candy containers--this time chicks & ducks.
    A few more bunnies and another old candy box.  The brown rabbits in the old florist's basket and the wheelbarrow are new spun cotton pieces made by Maria Pahls.
    A few more bunnies and another old candy box. The brown rabbits in the old florist's basket and the wheelbarrow are new spun cotton pieces made by Maria Pahls.
    This is a more folk art/primitive display in the upstairs hallway.  A few more of my vintage cotton batting bunnies and chicks here as well.
    This is a more folk art/primitive display in the upstairs hallway. A few more of my vintage cotton batting bunnies and chicks here as well.
    For some reason I just really like these bunny girls.  Their clothes are made from vintage children's fabrics and they're holding an old chenille bunny & chick.  The small felted Easter penny rug is a perfect compliment for them.
    For some reason I just really like these bunny girls. Their clothes are made from vintage children's fabrics and they're holding an old chenille bunny & chick. The small felted Easter penny rug is a perfect compliment for them.
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