fabulously frugal thursday: easter decorations
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Generally, I keep our Easter decorations light, preferring not to go all out like I do at Christmas time. Instead, I have fun gathering daffodils from the garden as a reminder of the promise of spring. I also admit to being picky about my Easter decorations; I prefer the whimsical thrifted ones to the ones I’ve seen in craft stores.
This cute pair of bunnies came from Goodwill. As you can see, I need to pick up some new pots for my plants.
This wonderfully simple, yet curved black stand came from a local thrift shop. It sits on my buffet year round. Here it’s filled with Easter egg ornaments found at Michael’s Craft Store or JoAnn Fabrics. In the summer, we keep the stand filled with fresh tomatoes.
I made this garland from felt and green bias tape about 5 years ago.
Another cute pair of bunnies from Goodwill.
These baskets, found at JoAnn Fabrics contain a mix of storebought egg decorations and felt eggs I made and stuffed a few years ago. I had a lot of fun making them!
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