Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Bunnies! and a cake

A tour of the bunnies living in and around my place.

On the hall table under the carrot tree.  I made these bunnies years ago.

 Here is a close up -

The Living Room mantel.  A little more is more theory going on

A few of  my vintage and antique post cards


Hooray!  I won these oil lamps at the recent retreat in the white elephant.  The best part?  They were my friend, Margaret's.  Love them!
Bunnies under glasss-



The family room mantel including 3 old beenie bunnies-


Bunnies in the front step patch.


Funny folk art bunny and wagon that I picked up at a garage sale last year with one of the several pots of pansies around here - love those sweet pansies!

 
Best Cake - It is the Orange Crunch Cake from the Bubble Room in Captiva Florida. I made it for Andrew's birthday recently.   Click here for the recipe.  The only thing I changed was that I made home made butter cream frosting instead of the chemical loaded tub of flavored lard (not a fan).


I'm working on a secret quilt project for the Miami of Ohio bound college girl.  Next post I'll share the 2 most recent quilts I made for Andrew.  I think you may be surprised.

25 comments:

  1. There are so many things to love here!! Love the bunny cart and the pansies! Love the post cards. Love the Easter spirit! Love the Thimble pot!! :-D and LOVE the looks of that cake!!! Can't wait to see what you've got cookin' in the sewing room. :-D
    Blessings,
    Mary Lou

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  2. Such sweetness! Yes, more is more is good...I gotta get more then one bunny!
    The lamp was a white elephant? I thought they were supposed to be funny and unwanted... It's cute!

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  3. Looks like bunnies have taken over your house! How cute!

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  4. You have so many cute decorations! It looks very festive there..and I can't believe you have flowers up and blooming.
    The cake looks yummy! :)

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  5. Love the carrot tree! And that cake sounds heavenly! I was just trying to find something new for dessert this Sunday...problem solved!
    Thank you for sharing.

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  6. Goodies galore all over your house, in and out. There was something fun to look at with every photo.
    Now that cake! I've marked that as one to try. Sounds delicious, and we think the same way about the off-the-shelf, in-the-tub frostings. Yuk!

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  7. You do love the bunnies...such a festive home...

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  8. What a herd of bunnies you have! I brought home a few more today. They seem to multiply pretty easily, don't they?

    I'm supposed to be being good but that cake looks wonderful.

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  9. So many very cute bunnies, and you've arranged them beautifully. Happy spring!

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  10. Looks like it's easter in your part of the world too.

    Great bunnies and the cake looks yummy.

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  11. Thanks for sharing your Easter decorations. I love all the bunnies! Your cake sounds wonderful - I think I will try making it. Happy Easter to you and your family.

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  12. Your home looks fabulous!I love the bunnies under glass, so cute. I must try the cake recipe it sounds so good.

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  13. Love your easter decorations, I use to do it in Germany and here in Australia it all just isn't happening....
    must start collecting again and decorate.
    Can't wait to see the quilts..
    Happy easter to you and your family
    Christine

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  14. oh all your bunnies are adorable!
    how nice it is to decorate for spring/EAster !
    the cake looks sooooo good!
    can't wait to see the 2 quilts for Andrew...
    now you have me curious
    Kathie

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  15. Thanks for the tour, Barb! Very cheery and festive. I think I'll make that cake when my daughter gets home from school in May. It looks yummy!

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  16. What a fabulous house to live in if you are a bunny...lots of friends and other pretty decorations to play with. Really love the carrot tree!

    In stitches,
    Teresa :o)

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  17. Ooooh, Miami of Ohio!!! That's not too far from here -- our youngest almost went there -- how very exciting -- she's going to LOVE it! Love all those bunnies -- looks like you're all decked out!

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  18. oh i love all your easter bunny decorations and the old post cards.
    happy easter to you and your family. the cake looks good also, can you eat cake and easter eggs as well ???

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  19. Oooo so many pretty bunnies!! No bunnies here except those that hop around in the yard. That cake looks YUMMY!!

    Can't wait to see what you have been stitching up :0)

    Crispy

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  20. ....oh YUM!!! C-A-K-E !!!

    ...and yes, more and more is ALWAYS best!!! ( i'm talkig about your rabbits and such...but I guess it could apply to the cake too)...ha!

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  21. Bunny heaven! Made me realise I haven't yet got out my Easter Chick Army! Off to the loft to root them out!

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  22. I love all those bunnies and especially that carrot tree! The cake looks pretty good too. Happy Easter.

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  23. You are a good mom and a good Easter decorator. :o) None of mine went to college with quilts.

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  24. I tried the cake for Easter. It was delicious and enjoyed by all. I brought the left over into my office so that I don't eat it all.

    Margaret from Brownstone

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