Thursday, April 18, 2019

Spring Vignette on the Cupboard Top

I really enjoy having a flat surface to decorate for the seasons. At the previous house I had the kitchen china cupboard in my Kitchen Sitting Area that I used for seasonal change ups. We moved the cupboard over here, but because it's in a different area with a window behind it, it doesn't work well to decorate with seasonal decor.

I've substituted this little vintage shelving "cupboard" that I'm using for kitchen decor and cookbooks to be my new "designated flat decor surface".

The chalkboard from Pier 1 several years ago is a perfect backdrop for my white wooden monogram and for whatever works for seasonal fun. I did have a white birdcage here, but moved it out to the Garden Room.

I wanted to share this little cross-stitch piece of two Springtime Rabbits. The little blue floral garland around their necks has a few carrots added on. I found this little piece while I was going through boxes from storage this last winter during the move. I had some loose vintage frames with glass that were empty, so it fit perfectly for a sweet little Springtime accent. 

My galvanized Restoration Hardware watering can and a felted wool rabbit are here this year, since I haven't had a chance to use my Seed Packet Wreath.

A moss bunny is sitting in one of my "make your own" seed boxes, along with some old vintage painted flower pots and a faux paperwhite bunch. I think this vintage cabinet will be just as much fun as the china cuboard for display. It's a little easier for me to decorate, since I don't have to stand on a stepladder to get to it!

We finally got the old house on the market. 
Can I just say YAY??!!

Hope you're having a wonderful Easter Week.


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  1. Good Morning Debra. The vignette is so cute and pretty for Easter. Wishing you a really wonderful rest of the week and a great Easter Sunday.

  2. Love your little bunny in the seed box...and hope you have a Happy Spring in your new home!

  3. So many cute spring treasures! I love the cross stitch. Congrats on having the house listed! I know that is a big weight off your shoulders.

    Have a blessed Easter weekend my dear friend!

    1. Isn't that cross-stitch so sweet? I cannot remember where or when I came to have it. I'm getting old, yikes! Have a wonderful Easter Amber!

  4. Debra,
    Love this cabinet for your flat display area!
    The moss bunnies are adorable!
    Congratulations on getting your house on the Market!
    Here's wishing you a quick & firm $ale!

    1. thankyou Pat, that moss bunny is looking a little sad, but he was so cute!

  5. Yay!!! for house on the market!! I just have one question.....when will this big-a$$ house ever be empty?? I am so sick of it all.....I am temporarily cured of wanting to do any shopping or gathering.
    Happy Easter, Debra.

    1. oh Rita, you're making me laugh, girl! I felt that way too, except ours wasn't nearly as big as yours!!! I'm so sick of boxes and paintbrushes and now I have my hands full of oak pollen and yard work!! I feel the same way as you. I just want to get rid of all the cr#p and never buy another piece of anything! Have a wonderful Easter, can you take a day off? xo

  6. I'm so happy for you. Your cabinet top is darling. I hope it was a blessed Easter.


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