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Decorating with vintage and hand made Easter

Somebody please tell me where the past week went! I’ve managed to check emails and kinda keep up with Facebook, but that’s just about all I’ve done on the computer. Can’t imagine what else was taking up my time, but there had to have been something. Anyway, no posts the last few days means I’ve got to cram all these pictures into this one post if I’m gonna get it in before Easter. For that I apologize.

But before I go any further, let’s all congratulate Stephanie of Junker Newbie . She was the winner of the Easter giveaway! There will be a new giveaway beginning in May.

I did finally get all the Easter things out. This year, with the exception of a couple of pieces, I used nothing but vintage and hand made things. So, brace yourself, here they are. All 25 pictures!! Hope you enjoy them and don’t give up before you get to the end.



Vintage 1950s Tin Peter Rabbit Musical Toy

I remember being 4 years old and owning this tin, Peter Rabbit, musical toy. Well, not this one. Mine was either lost, given away or sold at my mother’s first yard sale. But I remember him fondly and hunted another like him that I could afford for years.


Vintage and Handmade Easter Decorations


Decorating with vintage, glass, Easter egg, dye containers

Hand made, punched flowers and buttons bouquet

I’ve had a ball making these flowers.


Vintage, chalk bunny in a painted peat pot

Vintage, chalk bunny sitting in a peat pot that was simply – and sloppily – painted white.


Decorating for Easter with vintage, chalk Easter bunnies under a gutter guard cloche



Vintage, plastic Easter toy. Rabbit pulling wagon.


Vintage Easter ducks in parade. Decorating for Easter

Parade of the ducks. I couldn’t get a good picture of them, but tried the other side:

Decorating for Easter with vintage, Easter ducks in a parade.

Still not very good.


Tiny, vintage, chicken, farmyard toy decorating a candle for Easter.


Decorating for Easter with a vintage, bunny, egg cup.


Easter mantle decorated with vintage Easter bunnies.

Easter bunny decorations on mantle.

Vintage Easter bunny decorations on mantle.

Vintage Easter bunny decorations on the mantle.




Decorating with vintage Easter post cards.

Decorating with vintage Easter post cards.

Decorating with vintage Easter post cards.

Easter decorating with cloches.


And this is my very first attempt at a flat collage:

10 thoughts on “Decorating with vintage and hand made Easter

  1. I love all your Easter pretties. The duck parade is so precious and your collage is so sweet, great colors. I remember PAAS egg decorating kits. Every time I smell vinegar, it reminds me of my childhood Easters. I hope you and your family have a wonderful Easter.

  2. That’s a lot of darling Easter stuff! I really loved the bunny pulling the cart in the old chippy drawer! Have a lovely Easter! Vanna

  3. I loved them all, each and every one…lucky you!!!
    Happy Easter to you, be Blessed

  4. I love your vintage touches. Everything is gorgeous but your three little food coloring (?) bunnies are sublime.

    Love it all! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Oh Wanda…your pics were wonderful…I didn’t see it all last night, but the pics filled me in on all of your wonderful & sometimes coveted vintage Easter decorations. When can I come shopping??? Tiff

  6. Thank you thank you thank you for my goodies! I took pics and am blogging about them tomorrow 🙂

    Oh, and I have a giveaway going on my blog now if you would like to enter!

  7. I just hopped over from Junker Newbie’s and now I’m your newest follower! I love all of your Easter goodies, especially that flat collage. Beautiful job!!!

  8. Love your duck parade and all you wonderful vintage Easter items. I came to visit from Junker Newbie and I love you blog.

  9. Hey Wanda! I haven’t been by in a while and I’m loving all of your Easter stuff! It’s so pretty & unique. All I had out were a couple of eggs…I have a lame collection, so that’s something to work on for next year. The duck parade was perfect! JenT

  10. What sweet Easter decorations!

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