It's hard to believe that Easter is just a few short weeks away!
So to celebrate the season, and add a springy touch to my craft room, I decided to decorate my hutch.
Awhile back I shared with you the Easter pennant that I created. I thought my hutch would be the perfect place to display it!
Here is a look at my hutch and desk, which reside in my craft room. This was part of my French Provincial bedroom set that I had when I was a young girl. My mom still had the desk, hutch, and matching chair, and didn't use them. I brought them home a few years ago, and just love it!
Ok, I am totally dating myself, but I remember when I was about 11 or so, going to Montgomery Ward with my mom and sister to pick out my furniture. I was beyond thrilled, as it was my very first new furniture!
I picked out the matching four poster bed, dresser, and mirror. I think so many little girls had sets very similar to this at the time.
Little did I know, but that was the start of my love of all things French and shabby chic!
I think the banner adds such a fun and festive touch!
I had fun adding touches here and there, like this tres chic petite Eiffel Tower, a gift from a dear friend.
Sitting next to it is a peat pot I made last year, with a bird's nest and faux eggs that I made from polymer clay,
A sweet little bunny and large silk blossom are hallmarks of spring!
A small vintage glass apothecary jar (a thrift store find) is filled with pink and blue eggs that I made, along with one of my French bird tags.
Cute little chicks on an Easter card.
I "borrowed" this glass cloche with nest and eggs from my Etsy shop.
I love displaying vintage postcards or photos in my vintage flower frog!
Here are two of my vintage Easter postcards I pulled out of my stash.
Gorgeous heart shaped tag I purchased from Becky at Timewashed, which I shared with you last week. Love!
Vintage Virgin Mary print is a gentle reminder of the reason we celebrate.
Here's one last look! Thanks for joining me on my little tour!