spring-themed-three-tier-wooden-tray

The hot chocolate ingredients have been put away for a while so I was looking to spring-i-fy my wooden tray.

Bunny-figurines-bunny-plates

I pulled out these garage sale bunnies and the bunny plates those high pressure saleswomen at the Serendipity Resale Shop sold me.

spring-bunny-figurine-in-straw

The bunnies and plates looked a little naked just sitting there on the bottom shelf, so I added some natural basket filler from World Market.

standing-bunny-figurine

The middle shelf got some craft store Easter decorations I had on hand.

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And some of the bridal shower flowers are still going strong, so I put these little white ones in an ironstone pitcher and set them on the top shelf.

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Along with a little nest, also from World Market.

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And this mason jar of jelly beans ended up on the top shelf for easy access. I think I have all the black jelly beans eaten out; I’m the only one in the family who likes them.

Can we talk about black jelly beans? I find people have strong feelings about them. What’s your call: fan or not?

This post is part of Seasonal SundayMetamorphosis Monday and Tablescape Thursday.