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Easter in the Kitchen



Hi Everyone,

Just a few little Easter touches around the kitchen to show you today.



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~ a couple cute bunnies ~


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~ some plastic eggs decorated from last year ~


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~ and some real eggs colored this year ~



Just a little bit to welcome the Easter Bunny!




~•~ JOINING ~•~ 










Comments

  1. Well done, Jo Anne - esp your blue eggs to go with your packetfuls all around.....very nice!

    Happy Easter!

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  2. Love your Easter touches. I just adore eggs. :) I could keep them out as decorations year round. there is just something about them. TFS Blessings, Barb

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  3. Your bunnies are darling! I can't wait to color eggs with my girls {if they are around}...they seem to sense when I get out the eggs and dye! Your decorated ones in the blue basket are cute! And I love the way you have dressed up your topiary!

    Have a wonderful Easter!

    XO,
    Jane

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  4. OMGosh that is so cute!!! That blue is so pretty with the white accents. One of the prettiest Easter bunny vignettes I've seen. CUTE.

    ♥Linsey

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  5. Hi, first time to your blog...but I love what I see. Thanks for following me, I'm now following you too on LF. Little Bit

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  6. Hi Joanne
    I love your easter bunnies and I love especially your blue eggs. I´ve told you before - I love all your blue colours and you have such a nice and beautiful home. I wish that I could be as createful as you!
    On march 25 you wrote about your dreams of going to England and spend your holiday in an English Cottage. I have the same dream - I love those little English villages filled with small stone houses.
    I wish you a happy easter
    Love from Rita

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  7. Everything is so pretty and I especialy love the bunny with the pink sweater....looks like she's hiding in that bowl :)

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  8. love your light blue colored eggs. Festive, but not over the top. Lovely. Thanks for sharing, liz

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  9. I love your Easter bunnies - especially the one peeking out of the bowl! The eggs are the perfect color of blue. Have a Happy Easter!

    Lori : )
    Thrifty Decor Mom

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  10. How adorable! I love your little Easter touches. And the bunnies are too cute. :-)

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  11. everything is so cute! my fave is the bunny popping out of the bowl :)
    what did you dye your eggs with? i love the blue. i was looking for one of those easter egg dyeing kits at the store today and couldn't find them! :( I should be trying it with some natural dyes, but I am running out of time!
    anyway, all your touches look so pretty!

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