March 29, 2013

A few more of my favorite Easter treasures...

These tin dishes are in my kitchen.  Don't you just love the graphics?
 I can just imagine the fun these children's dishes had in a former life.

My friend Laurie (Magpie Ethel) is the Queen of holiday paper cutouts.

 You should see her blog post yesterday of all the cutouts that she recently acquired.  


I'm happy to own these three vintage cuties. 

This framed print graces my sunroom shelf next to yellow wooden Easter cart.  Such a sweet print.

The wooden cart was gift from my husband several years ago.  
Normally, our Easter bunny blowmold is outside on the front porch.
With such chilly temps this March, I decided that we needed to enjoy it in our living room on top of our entertainment center.
 This beautiful Russian egg was purchased when Chris was in Moscow several years ago.The camera doesn't do it justice.  It's gorgeous.
One of my most treasured Easter items is this cookie jar that was in my grandmother's kitchen. 
I love my Kookie Wabit in his soft pastel colors.  He brings back such sweet memories of my grandmother.  Our plans this afternoon include coloring Easter eggs.  Wishing you a blessed Good Friday!

XOXO
 

24 comments:

vintage grey said...

Such sweet treasures and that cookie jar is adorable!! Love it! Happy Easter Kim! xo Heather

Cheryl G. said...

Such sweet Easter decorations!
Love those plates!
Love the bunny and cart!
That cookie jar, so cute!
Have a lovely and peaceful Easter!

pam said...

That cookie jar is super cute! Who wouldn't love a treat out of that? You have lots of great little treasures! I know your girls just love them too!

laurie -magpie ethel said...

Love, love the cookie jar and the fact is was from your grandmother makes it extra special.
Enjoy the egg coloring - always a fun activity!

Simply Shelley said...

I love all your wonderful vintage lovelies....blessings...enjoy your day.

NanaDiana said...

My gosh- You have some of the sweetest things, Kimberly. I hope you have a wonderful Easter with your sweet family- xo Diana

ImagiMeri said...

Okay, Kookie Wabit is my favorite now! If you ever find another one, let me know....I've gotta have it....that wabit! All your treasures are just that, treasures, thank you for sharing them. Are you gonna' have lovely Easter images of the girlie pies coming up?

The happiest of Easters to you all,
and God Bless,
Meri

KJ@letsgoflyakite said...

Beautiful Easter decorations! I absolutely love the Russian egg Chris brought back. My husband is going to Moscow at the end of April, I will show him this post. Easter blessings!

Pink Roses and Teacups said...

Happy Easter to you and your family Kim!! Love your decorations!

Hugs,
Deb

Kim Covell-Campbell said...

Adorable!! I love the little oven too.

Carly said...

Beautiful Easter decor! Just the way I like it vintage!
Have a wonderful Easter!
xoxo Carly

Erica of Golden Egg Vintage said...

How many girls have a husband who buys them wooden rabbit carts?
That's what I need to find!
What a treasure that Kookie Wabit is!
Love it all. Happy Easter to you and your family Kim!
Erica :)

Elizabeth Andrus said...

Oh an Easter blow mold. I think that must be a very rare thing. How wonderful! You have such fun things for this holiday, it makes me smile to look at them.
Wishing you and your loved ones a blessed Easter! Elizabeth

My Vintage Mending said...

Kookie Wabbit....I have needed your sweet smile...Happiest of Good Fridays to you and your family...Renee

Lee said...

Always great to have treasures from our childhood...I have the depressions glass lamp from my Grandma Torrey's farmhouse kitchen. You have so many treasures!
Have a joyous weekend! Hugs!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

The cookie jar is the most precious treasure but I love your little cart and all of your pretty things. Vintage items all have such pretty graphics. I hope to find one of those little stoves for my doll room some day. It's FUN! Enjoy your weekend!

GardenofDaisies said...

I love your kookie wabbit!! And the little tin bunny plates are so cute! The Russian egg your husband brought back from Moscow is exquisite. I need to learn more about Russia. Our daughter is seeing a young man from there. (he moved here with his family when he was about 12 or 13.) And I'm starting to think that this fellow might be THE one that will someday be our son in law.

Nellie said...

What a wonderful Russian egg! And - that cookie jar is such a treasure!
I hope you have enjoyed this Good Friday. xo Nellie

The Cranky Queen said...

Vintage Easter decorations are priceless beyond words! Luv yours...happy & blessed Easter! Tiff

Perfectly Printed said...

The children's dishes are too cute! Happy Easter!

Chris

Laura Adams said...

Have a Happy blessed Easter!
Laura

Lynne said...

Enjoy!
Reminders and Memories of grandchildren/children days of the past and Easter Eggs . . .
Guess I will have my own little Easter Egg coloring day today . . .
Happy Easter . . .

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Kim,
Everything is so pretty . I especially love the Russian Egg. Beautiful!!

Wishing you and yours a very Happy Easter!!

Hugs,
Debbie

La Vie Quotidienne said...

How cute these all are...you have the best holiday collections.

Wishing you and your family a lovely, lovely Easter.