I needed to add a little greenery to the wood tones of the kitchen table, so I began by cutting a strip of display moss to fit in the center of the tabletop. Then I wrapped some ivy and miniature roses around the tops of the glass candleholders.
Using a white cake tray, I topped it with real, yes real, grass from a farmer’s field! It smells so good and fresh and spring-like.
Here is a close-up of the grass and some little itty-bitty speckled eggs that I mixed in throughout.
This little ceramic bunny seems to be looking up, as if for some sort of approval. Do you think he’s asking, “May I have a jelly bean?”
The other bunny, replete with finery around his collar, is checking out his brother. He probably would like to have a piece of candy, also.
This rusty, old bird statue seems to be pecking at the grass, looking for her eggs.
This is another view of the first bunny.
I cannot wait to delve into this stash of jelly beans on Easter Sunday. My Lenten sacrifice of not having chocolate or any other form of candy has been hard on this candy-aholic!
Hope your Easter Week is going well.
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