Easter Decorating

Easter is just days away now.  I didn’t do a lot of decorating for this holiday this year.  One thing I do have to put out every year, though, is this adorable, now vintage, Happy Easter train.  Look closely and you can see the word Happy spelled out in twig letters held by the little bunnies.  The word Easter is spelled out on the train cars.  This year I have it on the kitchen counter.

Easter Train ~ From My Carolina Home

The Spring Tulip Mini Quilt is on the stand.  I need to get a few more designs done for this stand.

Easter Decorating at From My Carolina Home

On the wall is my original disappearing nine patch based quilt, Stacked Bricks.  That pattern is free in my Craftsy store.

Easter Decorating at From My Carolina Home

This little Button basket is a fun crafting project.  Just glue pastel color buttons to the side of a basket in rows of colors, then fill with some silk flowers.

Easter Decorating at From My Carolina Home

This little ducky is too cute with her Easter hat and egg.  I put a silk violet in a yellow basket nearby.

Easter decorating at From My Carolina Home

Over on the coffee table, I set out a wool-work rabbit penny rug with a glass bunny on it.

Easter decorating at From My Carolina Home

So, not a lot of specifically Easter decorations, most will stay out until summer.  Are you decorating for spring?

 

Sharing

Brag About It!

Celebrate Your Story

Creative Muster

Talk of the Town

15 thoughts on “Easter Decorating

  1. Fabulous! Love all the decorations especially the bunny train and the mini. Did you make the penny rug last year, so cute? I was just thinking I should have some decorations for Easter, you are such an inspiration, thank you!

  2. Shirley

    Your Easter décor is just lovely. Thank you so much for sharing the Stacked Bricks pattern. I downloaded it and will make work of making one. The Disappearing Nine Patch block is one of my favorites. I also purchased your Scrap Dance pattern to use for my Little House on the Prairie fabric! I won’t get much sewing done this week as I’m hosting Easter dinner next week!

  3. Pauline

    Thank you for your Stacked Brick pattern. I just downloaded it. I have been wanting to use more of my stash for quick charity quilts.

  4. GeeGee

    Your Easter decorations are adorable. I’m putting out some of the Eggs, Baskets, etc. but will include some religious ones to emphasize the real meaning of Easter. Have a joyful and Blessed Easter!

  5. Hello Carole! These are all such delightful decorations for Spring and Easter. I have been struggling with a gift for my Mom and Daughters and your fabric basket just sparked ideas with some fabrics I have that they would love and some beautiful ribbons. I also adore your Spring Tulip Mini quilt. I have been trying to decide upon a Tulip Applique project from my collection of Books and Magazines, plus, the lovely quilts like yours on the internet. Thank you so much for sharing and have a great day!

  6. Your Easter decorations are lovely. We haven’t brought down the spring box from the attic yet. At this moment I can’t remember anything in it! I’m looking forward to nice surprises.

  7. Sam

    I love them all but that Easter train is just the cutest. I’m going through my big box marked EASTER from the attic tomorrow…..I hope I still have my Easter tree!

  8. Beautiful decorations, love the bunny train and the tulip mini quilt. In fact all the decorations are lovely. We are heading into autumn/winter so no spring decorating for me here!! Off to look at your patterns.

  9. That mini quilt is so cute! I love that it adds a pop of color! Is your glass bunny a Steuben glass one? I have a Steuben glass bunny that looks just like yours! Thanks for stopping by Celebrate Your Story!

  10. Phyllis Smith

    Hello again,

    Your Easter train is adorable and I love the button covered basket, bet you know what I’m going to be doing don’t you. I have so many buttons from past projects, tie belts with buttons , decorated mens vest for women and jackets with buttons etc. just don’t remember all the things I’ve made with them. Having fun creating.

    Phyllis

I am taking a blogging break, and will not be able to answer your comments during this time, but be assured when I get back I will read every one! All comments left during this time will be moderated. Thank you for reading my blog!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

w

Connecting to %s