I'm really late this year (or is Easter early?), but I finally got out my Easter decorations. The little vignette above is on my entry hall table. The decorated wooden eggs I have had for ages and have no idea now where they came from. They had a little decorated wagon that they sat in, but I tossed it when we moved, thinking it was too cutesy.
The birdhouse is one that my son made (or bought-I'm not sure--maybe he can leave a comment and tell us about it). He left it behind when he moved to Ireland, and I spied it out in the garage and snagged it. No birds have ever used it so far. See the clever roof?
It is an old Michigan license plate in the decade of my son's birth. I know he will want this back sometime, but for now, the yellow looked great with my yellow and aqua eggs and my yellow china bunny, so I'm gonna use it!
Nothing like multi-purposing a quilt and using it as a table cover! This is my favorite spring time quilt. And my first attempt at hand applique.
This little fellow will guard the rest of the wooden egg collection.
I put some other Eastery/Springy things on my kitchen shelf, which looks kind of sparse after the Christmas and January efforts. For now, sparse is ok.
I wanted to share a couple of other things with you that you may be interested in. Today, Candace at Squash House Quilts is having a stash sale you might want to take a look at. When I last checked she had some lovely fabrics and some very nice kits.
Also, today is the fourth day of the Traditional Fat Quarter Quilts blog hop. Today Sherri at A Quilting Life is posting on her project from the book. She does beautiful work, so this project of hers is bound to be stunning.
Be sure to check back with me tomorrow for my project from the book! I will be doing a give away as well, so don't miss out!