March 23, 2012

Lil' Vintage StoryBook and Easter Baket Collection!

It's Friday and so it's time for another Lil' Vintage Story Books Link Party.

Today's book (The Funny Bunny Factory) is one of my favorites because of its delightful illustrations.

Copyright 1950 by Grosset & Dunlap, written by Adam Green. Illustrated by Leonard Weisgard. In this colorful tale, hundreds of bunnies take up residence in an abandoned factory.

Inside the factory, they find sugar eggs,

penny candy


and one little bunny finds carrots!

This week's collection features my vintage Easter baskets.

One of my favorite baskets includes reproduction German eggs.

Another holds honeycomb eggs and flocked chicks.

Another basket is filled with glass eggs
decorated with vintage millinery flowers

Another holds a plastic egg decorated
with sweet bunnies.

Don't forgot to visit Corey Moortgat's blog for more great vintage books and illustrations. She's currently featuring her daughter's vintage-inspired bedroom. It's simply ADORABLE!! Filled to the brim with all kinds of vintage girly items.

Happy Friday!
Happy Easter!

If you didn't get a chance to leave a comment on my "no-strings" Kim K. Easter give-away, be sure to visit this post.

Have a lovely weekend!


vivian said...

love your basket and egg collection. Did you know there was another felted egg in the bag with the bunny and chickie eggs? it was a little pink one with a pink flower on it. It may have blended in with the pink easter grass... if you didnt see it.. (uh oh!)
TGIF!!!! this weekend is the show my daughters been directing, I have to do makeup tonight, tomorrow and sunday. that should keep me busy and out of trouble.. right?
have a great day!

KJ@letsgoflyakite said...

I really enjoy the peak at the terrific illustrations in that storybook. Your Easter Basket collection and eggs are perfect, have a great weekend. I am looking forward to some Easter crafting with my gals.

Jboo said...

Love this! The illustrations in the vintage books are so so sweet!

Hope you have a great weekend!

Pam said...

That book is adorable. How fun to be able to roam around a factory and find all the Easter treats. They probably like the carrots the best though.

LBP said...

Oh My! I remembering owing that book when I was little. I loved the illustrations in that little book. Unfortunately I had a younger sister who thought books were for eating and most of mine were chewed up and thrown away. LOL! Your Easter baskets are sooo cute.


~~Carol~~ said...

They just don't make Easter baskets like they used to! Your collection is very sweet, and I especially like those honeycomb eggs. One more thing that I need to add to my must-have list!

My Vintage Mending said...

How sweet. Something tells me Luna finds that grass just as interesting. Reagan tries to dump ours. Something about cellophane. I love your honeycomb and every little touch of spring. This is a book I remember from childhood. Thanks for sharing...smiles..>Renee

La Vie Quotidienne said...

That is one of my favorite children's books. It's so cute.

The easter baskets are adorable and I love your new header. Have a great weekend.

Nellie said...

I love your "Storybook Friday" posts. Lovely vintage baskets and eggs as well!

vintage grey said...

Oh, I love this book! The Easter eggs in the books with roses, are so lovely!! Love your Easter basket collection!! So fun! :) xo Heather

Cheryl G. said...

Sweet book.
Love all the Easter baskets!

NanaDiana said...

Hi Kim- I just found your blog through Pam @ House of Hawthornes. I have so much going on that I don't have much time to dig deeper into your blog today-but I will be back. I am your newest follower! Yay! Hugs-Diana

Lee said...

So many sweet things! Just delightful!
Headed up north to put docks in~so early! Wish I could drive into TC...but don't think it is in the cards this trip.
Enjoy the weekend!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

How precious everything about Easter and Spring is. Love this sweet book and the pretty eggs!

Life in Rehab said...

What a cool collection! I'm of course picturing a cat curled up in each one, but you really have an eye for the most adorable vintage things!

GardenofDaisies said...

OH, those are the sweetest bunny illustrations! I adore children's book illustrations... maybe that is one reason why I still have a whole bookshelf of books for little people. Actually I'm keeping those so my children can read to the kids they will have some day. (not any time soon.)