Saturday, March 27, 2010

Hope you hop on over to the Vintage Easter Blog Hop

To my delight, a little birdie and bunny stopped by to join me for a a springtime Easter luncheon. The bunny was tired from his travels .... he had been hopping to all the wonderful posts participating in the Vintage Easter Blog Hop with our host Joan at Anything Goes Here. Click Here to join in the fun. My visiting little bird friend wanted to know what goodies I had to share.

I pointed out an Easter Card found in a
lawnsale scrapbook find, now matted and displayed in my china cabinet alongside blue speckled eggs under glass.
Suddenly the little birdie starts to sing the lyrics to the song "Easter Parade" which praises the Easter Bonnet ... but she was singing in French. She knew that this lovely purple hat was a Paris creation. Some very lucky Mademoiselle or Madam would have been proud to have worn it on Easter morning for a stroll down the Champs d' Elysee.
These yellow hats are vintage examples of a bit of sophisticated springtime sunshine from past Easters.
This lovely deviled egg plate I am sure graced many a family Easter celebration dinner before finding a home with me.

Of course no lady would be seen on Easter without her bonnet and matching gloves.

A dainty little handkerchief would complete the look.

This little chick poking through its eggshell looks more like a deranged alien hatching from an eyeball but to be fair I was only 12 when I made it. Trust me, without discussing ages here, this is a vintage piece as is the handkerchief.

Easter heralds in a time of rebirth, renewal, and rejuvenation. It is a time to plant .... a time to make things grow. With plant pots and watering can in hand, I am ready to plant. The plant pot on the left was a Salvation Army find for $.49 cents, and the watering can was a dime, yes a dime, at my favorite church sale last April.

My little friends finished their meal of carrots and seed and before hopping and flying off, they wished a Happy and Joyous Easter to me and my family. I wish the same to you all. Please be sure to hop on over to all the other Vintage Easter posts. Tell them, a little birdie sent you.

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The hats, gloves and egg plate are all Goodwill finds.

Happy Easter


Scrap for Joy said...

Your Easter/Spring displays are all beautiful and imaginitive! I love all of your hats..I wish they'd come back into fashion. You have some really beautiful ones. The watering can is amazing and I love your lettuce plates. I think I'll have to come here more often!

thasnifty said...

Those are all beautiful. Even your hatching chick is adorable. I wish I could make displays like you.

I especially love the gloves. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I have been late replying to comments as my grown up job has had me more than busy Anyhow...can't wait to see more.
-brightest blessings-

Unknown said...

Oh I love your vintage Easter treasures. The hats are too cute. I recall wearing the hat headband style when I was a little girl. Boy, I would go back to the day in a heartbeat!

Happy Easter Greetings!

mimi said...

Hi Sherrie,
What a fun post. I not only enjoyed your photos but also the lovely way you wrote it. Your Easter treasures are amazing. Those Easter bonnets are some of the nicest I have seen. I think my very favorite thing is that adorable round watering can. I love to garden and can't wait until our weather cooperates. I truly enjoyed my visit to your blog today and I will sure to be back :)
Have a Blessed Easter

Judi said...

Great post and great goodies too! I love the hats and how you tied them into the Easter theme! Very creative ~ Happy Easter ~ Judi

Anonymous said...

Hello my dear friend,
I absolutely love all of your Easter decorations! Especially the little ceramic bunny being pulled by the rooster! I love roosters!!!
Have a wonderful day!
P.S. How was your Goodwill opening? I bet you found lot's of treasures!

The Charm of Home said...

Your vintage things are wonderful! I love your vintage hankies, great addition to these post!

★Carol★ said...

Oh Sherrie, I'm in love with all of your Easter decorations, and especially with how you used things like the gorgeous hats in your displays! That lilac one is scrumptious. But my favorite thing is that sweet watering can. A dime?!! I would have paid much, much more for it and still thought I got a deal. I LOVE IT!
Happy Easter!

Tallulah's Antique Closet said...

I like the fact that you had used the old hats, and I luv that watering can a good find indeed. Have a good day...Julian

Marilyn said...

Oh, the lovely Easter hats are wonderful! Thank you for sharing them. ♥♫


So many lovely Eastery goodies! Especially darling and endearing is your childhood egg creation. Now, you be nice to that one - it's precious! ~ Angela

deb said...

I so enjoyed your post! Your story and photos made my day!
Happy Easter!

Tracey McBride ~ Frugal Luxuries® said...

I love all your treasures and their display! I can't decide on a favorite...the gloves...the Easter hats...the watering can...the chicks...the speckled blue eggs under glass! So charming. Thank you for sharing!!

Sonny G said...

Hi Sherrie,,
I had to come see your round table in the corner.. You have such pretty Easter dishes and accessories. Even our walls seem to be a bit alike in that area. Mine have a stucco finish.. Thanks so much for your visit to me blog. I hope you'll come back and see me again sometime.


Recycled Rita said...

Your Easter goodies are wonderful! My favorite is that watering can, I love it! I love the name of your blog too!
Have a great week! karen....

Heather said...

Shhh … don’t tell anyone but I like your collection the best. Where to start? Hmmm I love the Easter hat that looks like it is covered in lilacs, it is so dainty. Your pink vase is beautiful and all the little chicks are so cute. My favorite piece however is your beautiful green watering can with the pink rose on it, I love it! Have a lovely Easter, Heather

Unknown said...

what fantastic treasures you have. I love the hats, fantastic.
I love the little tin watering can the most.
thanks for sharing
happy spring
ps. thrift stores are better than chocolate.

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Your treasures and your vignettes are just delightful!! I so enjoy visiting you!!

Sissie's Shabby Cottage said...

What a wonderful post! You are ready for Spring and Easter with all those great vintage finds.

Love the hats and gloves.


Sevenbeads said...

Thank you for visiting my blog. If you saw the Beatrix Potter figures for $1.99 - go back and buy a few more! I bought mine back in the mid-80's from an overstock store. They were new then but I think they're hard to find now. I love how you displayed the hats ... what could be more Easter than a spring hat!

Monica said...

Your collection is stunning, but I'd looove to wear one of those hats!
Thanks for stopping by and for your lovely comment about my vintage postcards.
Happy Easter,

Me! said...

Every time I visit another, in the Vintage Easter Blog Hop, I am surprised at te unfolding list of Easter goodies! Your's, too are incredible! No two have been alike! Isn't this just the bestest fun!? I loooove your collection! Have a happy and much Blessed Easter!

Debbie said...

Love your use of vintage hankies and hats in your displays, so pretty. And the ten cent watering can, what a deal!