|All the vintage bunnies displayed in an old drawer peeling & cracked from age|
This little paper mache' bunny has seen better Easters with his torn and repaired ear...but he is one of my favorites!
|The blue paper mache' rabbit & the 1960's plastic yellow candy holder bunny are both "treasures" found when out on a junkin' spree.|
I adopted this stuffed bunny from a thrift store. His cloth tag is stitched "Japan."
Chalk chick was 10 cents a a yard sale. Chirp!Cheap Chirp!
Aged cotton "powder puff tail" dingy from the years is near & dear to my heart.
|Can you tell I have a weak spot for these old bunnies ???|
|Bunny display using the old bird cage as a "rabbit cage"|
|I never pass up a bunny planter if the price is right!|
|Don't you just love the little peep trying to squeeze thru the cage!|
I have even started adding ducks to my Easter collection.
The eggs are vintage German candy containers. QUACK!
|This is my favorite Easter Postcard!|
My Mamma gave this to me last Easter as a "happy".
It's not old, but it looks "aged"...
This Annalee lamb was found in the bottom of an old box at an Estate Sale in Birmingham, AL. Each Annalee is dated on the tag... This one is dated 1991.
|Logan got this in his Easter basket when he was 2 years old!|
|My "Little Logan" at 5 months old with a bunny on his back. Where does the time go?|
The Cranky Queen...Stay Calm & Keep Junkin'