Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Beatrix Potter's Easter: A Spring Wreath

What Beatrix Potter's Easter would be complete without a spring wreath featuring a rabbit?  I took my plain old magnolia wreath and hung a little "Happy Easter" plaque in the center.  Unfortunately, when I first stepped back to look at the wreath, I frowned.  I know it sounds ridiculous, but the rabbit looked unhappy to be bedecked in blossoms.  I succumbed to imagination and surrounded his little world with some Spanish moss.  
(It's as close to a grassy field as I could get.)  
I don't know if he feels better, but I do.





10 comments:

  1. Oh my, take a bow!

    You've put a "spring" in my step with your creative loveliness.

    Have a blessed day!

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  2. Oooo I like it! I love using moss for pretty much anything. It definitely adds a fresh touch! :)

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  3. I really love this wreath....so pretty & the sweet bunny plaque looks very happy indeed with his mossy surround!
    Also love the dark door colour too!
    x Kerry

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  4. Love love love this! The bunny plaque is so endearing and adds so much! Great touch! Excited to be a follower...and I recognize that song! One of my favorite movies!!!

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  5. This is just a beautiful wreath and I love what you did with the moss and the rabbit. All georgous!

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  6. Hi Gals, thanks so much for sharing your wonderful wreath at the Easter Party and Vintage Inspiration, I just love it and will be featuring this post this week! xo

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  7. Your wreath is so beautiful and elegant! I love all things Beatrix Potter myself. I found you blog through Common Ground and I'm now following. I love the theme and design on here as well! ~ Jamie

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