Saturday, March 27, 2010

Vintage Easter Blog Hop!!

Welcome to the Vintage Easter Blog Hop!!
Joan at Anything Goes Here is our hostess, so please visit her to get a list of lots of other bloggers joining in to share their vintage Easter decorations.

I don't have alot of vintage Easter stuff. Most of it I got just recently. Like these hot pink bunnies with the big buck teeth!

This little cutie is an old Relpo planter.

A little Morton Pottery bunny planter.

A plastic swan or duck. Love the old "tacky" plastic stuff!

A Lefton Easter egg, with a little girl inside! What's she doing in there??

Another Lefton egg, with something more normal in it. A duck. With a hat on!

An old Fannie May candy box.

I think this bunny is my favorite decoration. A lovely combination of plastic and felt! Do you like old plastic decorations, or do you think they are an abomination?

Plastic basket, plastic eggs, plastic hen. Perfect!

A little tin picnic basket. Ok, I've changed my mind, this is my favorite!

A bunch of old Easter picks.

This sugar egg was always in my mother-in law's dining room, from the first day I met her, and I always loved it. I'm so happy that I was able to have it after she passed away, because I think of her every time I look at it.

A peek at the bunny inside.

A package of Gurley candles that I still can't decide whether to take out of the package or not.
And this is a shot of the bookcase that holds most of the decorations. I've tried to behave myself and keep most of it in one place instead of scattered all throughout the house. That way, it all gets put away after Easter, and I don't find things months later that I forgot to put away! Now please head over to Joan's to see more vintage Easter decor!


Leah@Storybook Ranch said...

I want those pink bunnies with the buckteeth-they're great!

Tallulah's Antique Closet said...

You have a great collection of vintage goodies. Thanks for shareing...Julian

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

Everything is so very cute!! I love all of your vintage Easter ceramic pieces!! So cute!!

Debra@Common Ground said...

Oh Gosh, I love every bit of it! Sometimes it's the plastic stuff that just makes you laugh and be happy! So much fun.

Carey said...

Hi Carol,
I just love everything you posted. The sugar egg is just too cute and for some reason the yellow plastic basket I think is awesome. Hope you have a great day.

Keetha Denise Broyles said...

I remember when people used to make those sugar "peep hole" eggs! We had a couple of them when I was a girl. I do not know what happened to them - - -but they did not come here to live with me!

Elaine said...

What a delightful post! In fact your whole blog is delightful, all decked out for Spring....makes me happy. I particularly love your pink Relpo planter. And by the way, I'm one who even likes the plastic things! :) I say if it's cute, it's cute!

Happy Easter,
Elaine :)

Mary Ellen said...

My you certainly have the Easter!! That little plastic swan carriage is so funny cute!

bee blessed

Maureen said...

Carol - I thought you said you didn't have much vintage Easter!?! You have a lot more than I do! I actually love the little girl in the egg. It kind of looks like a clamshell.

Debbie said...

Too many cute things to pick a favorite! But I really like the Replo bunny, the sugar egg and the tin. Wow, the tin is great.

Shelley said...

Hi Carol,love it all...thanks so much for sharing with us...the hot pink bunnies are my favorite though....its their red polka dot ties that got me..smile..blessings

Joan@anythinggoeshere said...

I think all of it is VERY fun, but the hot pink bunnies with their chipmunk faces are my favorite.

Thank you so much for joining the Vintage Easter Blog HOP {get it?}. I always love to see what you are going to show! xo Joan@anythinggoeshere AKA your hostess

Pink Roses and Teacups said...

Love your ceramic pieces! So cute!

Have a blessed Easter.


shirley said...

Vintage Easter Items are so beautiful. You have a wonderful collection. I can't pick a favoorite!

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Oh, you have got such great vintage Easter treasures. I love all of them! My favorite has to be the picnic basket though. I am coveting that! I also love the picture on your header. Have a wonderful Easter! laurie

peggy gatto said...

thanks for putting a smile on my face!!!

Jane said...

Hi Carol,
I always love to visit and see all of your fabulous vintage stuff. My favorite was the little tin picnic basket, so cute!!
Thanks for sharing all of these vintage goodies.

mimi said...

Oh my goodness you have a wonderful collection of Vintage Easter!!! I have to say that I love that little picnic basket. Just adorable. I also adore your blog header!! It makes me smile
Have a Blessed Easter
Mimi :)

Scrap for Joy said...

Carol-you have an amazing vintage Easter collection. I'm sure you smile evry time you pass by those buck-toothed bunnies! I love your tin basket...so charming!

Bella said...

You have a really fun Easter collection... I love the old sugar eggs! My Grandmother always bought me one and I always thought it was so beautiful, but I was young and I always gave in and ate it :-( I wish I had saved just one!
Thanks for visiting my blog!

thasnifty said...

oh so many lovelies! I love love love the sugared egg! fabulous vintage Easter things. I never seem to find any at all.

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I am so late letting you know I'm glad you visited, but I have been out of town for training for work. ugh. I am so glad I found your blog. I'll be sure to visit again :)

-brightest blessings-

Judi said...

Carol I too love plastic and felted "stuff" ~ I think it is adorable as well as your ENITRE "little" collection LOL!! Is that girl maybe a Mermaid in a Clam Shell???? Judi

Jacqueline said...

Good morning to Carol! Okay...I LOVE plastic tacky stuff too...I'm attracted to it like jam is to peanut butter! My favorite is the swan!
You have a very fun vintage collection. I have less than that but I've had a blast with a bunny swap and I'll be showing what I made next week.
Back to the Dollyopoly board...oh look said the Mad Hatter...Carol has arrived!

Sherry said...

I had a sugar egg just like that! My grandma made them for me a few Easter. I am so impressed you kept that. It never occurred to me you could keep it. Neat stuff.

Lori said...

Considering the few things you have, they are adorable! I just LOVE that bunny planter!

Holly, the Old Western Gal said...

I love the old plastic stuff. Absolutely fascinating by it. Makes my old heart SING!

Your collection is wonderful!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

What very sweet Easter things. Thanks for sharing them.


jen said...

love the easter picks - so fun!

Alabaster Rose Designs said...

Hi Carol,
Beautiful vintage Easter decorations!! They are so bright and cheery! I love your blog!
Have a great day!
Alabaster Rose Designs & 15 Bella Vie

Suzie Button said...

I love your goodies, especially your little memory sugar egg. That's why I craft for my children, so they will have memories for later! Suzie

Sherrie said...

I just love the pink bunny planter, that would look fabulous in my dining room. I like the gurley candles too even though they are a little wild colored. Thanks for stopping by to say hi and Happy Easter.

Dragonfly Treasure said...

WOW! What a sweet and happy collection!

Recycled Rita said...

What a nice collection! My favorite is that picnic tin also, I have admired that on your blog a couple of times! Thanks for sharing!

Miss Laura Lu/RMS4291960 said...

Wow! You've got such a lovely blog! Thank you for coming by mine to say hi! Don't you just love Easter decor? Your display is so cute!!! I plan on becoming a loyal follower! God Bless! Lauralu :)

Tracey McBride ~ Frugal Luxuries™ said...

So Cute!! I love the way you use the pastel plastic eggs inside the apothecary jars...and that vintage tin in your sidebar is so pretty!! You went all out! Lovely and fun.
Thank you so much for sharing with us.

Jess said...

My mother taught us how to make sugar eggs. I used to eat mine afterwards, your photos brought back many dear memories. Thank you!


Nook Cranny Gifts said...

I so love the little tin basket, so cute! that would be one item I would purchase if found.
thanks for sharing
happy spring

Mom Walds Place said...

What a fun idea!

Thank you for sharing your Lefton with Lefton Lovelies at Flickr.

Richard @ The Bewildered Brit said...

Wonderful stuff! I particularly like your Lefton eggs. They're a little bit trippy, aren't they!? :)

Denise Marie said...

Love all your blog decor! Your Easter treasures look fabulous.

Twyla and Lindsey said...

Carol, I love all your collections and love seeing them. Have a nice week! Twyla

Diann said...

Oh Carol! You have found some wonderful old vintage Easter decorations! They are all so sweet!

Dawn said...

Hi Carol! I'm so bummed I forgot about this party. We had a busy weekend though and then both kids got a bad flu. Was up with my son, Saturday night then my daughter was sick all last night. I slept till noon today!

I love the little egg with the girl inside, not what you'd expect!

I found some old chocolate posters from the 50's in the wash house and had planned on sharing them for Joan's party as one is for Easter. I just didn't get it done though. Hopefully the kids will be better soon and I'll get it done later this week.

Monica@The White Bench said...

Hello Carol,
I am partial to the tin picnic basket! But all your collection is fun! Plastic stuff?? If it's vintage, it's OK for me!!
Thanks for your lovely comment and Happy Easter to you and yours,

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

What fun to see all those old vintage Easter goodies! I am unsure if I like the plastic, but they sure do remind me of my childhood. I love the tin!

Happy@Home said...

What a happy collection of vintage Easter things you have. I thoroughly enjoyed your post.

Me! said...

Okay. hands down! Yours is the most fun collection I've seen yet! How cool!
Hope you have a Happy and Blessed Easter!

Rita Kent at TesoroFino.Com said...

Oh how I love all these vintage items and photos throughout your blog. I love vintage and my visit here was so enjoyable. Be back to visit soon.

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Amanda said...

Carol - I thought you said you didn't have much vintage Easter!?! You have a lot more than I do! I actually love the little girl in the egg. It kind of looks like a clamshell.

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