Easter China Cabinet

By on March 28, 2012

I like to celebrate the holidays by adding some special seasonal touches around the house. It’s tradition in our home. I think my family would think there was something wrong with me if I didn’t do a little something! This year I kept my Easter decorations just to my living room china cabinet and my fireplace mantel. I’m sharing my Easter China Cabinet today.

I had plans to make a few crafty Easter decorations but because I’ve already been spending half the day outside (the weather has been just gorgeous), I just never had the time or really the energy to do a lot of Easter crafting. However I did make this fluffy wreath. Here’s the tutorial for this Easy Easter Wreath in case you missed it.

Most of these decorations I’ve used every year. I just find new ways to use them.

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I did buy this bunny at Target this year. Many years ago they had a much larger one that I missed out on.

Here are a few more photos:

This is the top shelf – with my favorite Easter Bottle Brush Trees and yellow rose plates (Johnson Brothers WindsorWare).

Middle shelf. 222 Fifth blue gingham plates – Easter Subway Art Plate by me

Bottom shelf.

This is a shot of the entire top half of my newly painted china cabinet (the bottom is plate storage). I’m so happy I painted it! I really love that color.

I’ll show you my fireplace mantel next week.


Originally posted on A Cultivated Nest.

About Manuela

Manuela is a cottage loving, country girl-at-heart living in a 1960's Split Foyer in a suburb of Atlanta. She's a big believer in thrifting, buying on clearance, trash picking and re-purposing. She loves to make something out of nothing and is all about using creativity and not her wallet in order to cultivate beauty in her home and garden. You'll usually find her outside in her garden or inside fluffing her nest.Cultivating what she has and trying to live with a grateful heart. She blogs at www.acultivatednest.com.

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Easter China Cabinet