Wednesday, March 10, 2010

HERE COMES PETER COTTONTAIL




Hoppin down the Bunny Trail....... /Be sure to turn your music up, thats me Peter Cotton-tail singin, you don't want to miss that.....







Brunch Time.....Come join us.....




This is my family, we are Cottontail Rabbits, .......I live here with my sisters flopsy, mopsy and cotton-tail and my mom, you all know what happened to my dad, lets not even go there.....






This our home.....We all live underneath the roots of this very big old fir-tree stump ..........





Nice home huh, it's huge inside.....We call it a burrow.......




Good Mornin.....







CANDY CANDY CANDY.... thats what they are lookin for.....





This is me, my name is Peter, Peter Rabbit that is, I am known around here as Peter Cottontail, you may have heard of me.....







This is Aunt Bess she is all about the carrots.....




Everyone is gathering at our place to look for candy easter eggs and carrots..... Yummmmmmy......












Mrs. S. found these little champagne flutes at the GW for 99 cents each then half off for only 49 cents each for 8 glasses, wow shes a good shopper.....


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Those candy eggs are my favorite....





We have come a long way since I had that incident in the garden, I learned to stay away from Mr. McGregor's garden......Thats for sure.......







We grow our own carrots now, Yummy











We've got most everything we need, we even have our own dishes made by Wedgewood, could you believe it, they have our pictures on them, we all agree they are very special....





We are all over these dishes........ Did you see me?





I was so small then, Mom had to help me with everything....








I love the way our story is told all around the dishes.....








and the cups....












The Carrot (YUMM) placecard holders are from a small antique store, notice the tiny little bunny on the top of the card, Mrs. S. does not seem too keen on writing names on those cards, Mr. S. doesn't understand that.








Mr. S. thinks this is great, he just loves our wonderful tree root home and actually helped make it so cozy and he loves all her dishes, I think thats because she loves them, what do you think.....he's the best...













Me again...





Thanks for stoppin by, hopp you enjoyed meetin my family, it's time for brunch, so leave a comment and let me know what you think, she lets me read them all and she loves hearing from you all. Hoppin you had a good time it was fun to have you.......Peter Cotton-tail

Dishes Wedgewood from TJ MAX over a period of time
Small Champagne glasses from Goodwill..49 cents each
Grass from home depot, it's that astro turf you see on the big roll/small roll already cut 15.00
Tree Stump from side of house, it died last year and Mr. S cut off top, it was in a broken pot, I pulled it out, washed off dirt /Mr. S. helped prepare opening for entrance and helped with labor and encouragement.....
Moss from Michaels
Rabbits from Ross Store to
Napkins from TJ Max



Thanks again for taking time for a little whimsy and fun, hope you enjoyed yourself..Phyllis
Thanks to Susan @betweennapsontheporch for hosting today......Also Linking to http://happytodesign.blogspot.com/ You should never miss her posts, they are wonderful...
I am also linking to Marty @a stroll thru life Marty is taking over Tabletop tuesday and she is the perfect person to take over for Barb......good choice

105 comments:

  1. I DON'T THINK I HAVE SEEN ANYTHING CUTER THEN THIS! it just made me smile! SO DARLING! i LOVE your story along with it. YOU HUBS did great on the tree stump... ITS MY FAV. FOR SURE! plus how you dolled it up! WAY TO GO! JGG

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  2. How darling! So perfect for Easter!
    Dee Dee

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  3. This is just adorable, Phyllis! I love the tree stump home for the Rabbit family! I want to say you've outdone yourself, but your Christmas tablescapes are still fresh in my mind! : )

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  4. Phyllis, this is an adorable post. Everything looks so festive and spring like. You've got me wanting a carrot to munch.

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  5. Girl I could just hop all over this fun table...BRAVO!! you out did yourself once again my Dear friend...WOW!! each week they just get better an better when you do an Easter table you do it right now to the grass and look at that burrow how fun is that my friend...I just can't stop drooling over this girl...Just adorable...I still say you have that magic touch and should be in a book with all the beautiful things you do...what a mind you have...Now I do have those napkins ha ha!! Girl I'm ashamed now to even show my Easter table...no one could hold a match to this...Tell Mr. S thanks for all his in put on this...Hope you have a GREAT day my friend on your piece of Calif. Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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  6. Oh my word, I am just totally amazed. This is the most fantastic thing I have ever seen. Every single little detail is just exquisite. I can't even imagine being able to sit at such a stunning table. I LOVE it all. Just wonderful. Hugs, Marty

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  7. Phyllis, this was SUCH a fun table! LOL! Cute as can be.

    Okay, while I adore the bunnies and the china, where on earth did you get that big tree root? That is the coolest thing! It really does look exactly like a place that cute bunnies would call home. LOL! And I like the "grass," too. This was great fun.

    Leprechauns invaded my table today. ;-)

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  8. Oh My! Your table setting is absolutely adorable! Love the post. Be sure and link up with Susan for Tablescape Thursday - everyone will love this.

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  9. I am amazed at your brillance and entertained by the story line. My favorite I think the grass cut out. Just pulls the whole thing together so well.

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  10. I think I am in love with this table scape! Once again I am inspired!

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  11. How cute! It looks like a bunny wonderland, like a fairy tale. You sure are creative, Phyllis...Christine

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  12. This is amazing, Phyllis! I love your white table and your tablescapes!
    Blessings - Beth

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  13. Hippity hoppity easter is on it's way!!~ Even the song, this was so delightful truly!!~ I felt like I was on the bummy trail! Thanks for the smile, I needed it today:)!!~

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  14. Phyllis, You win hands down for the most beautiful tablescape!!! I'll be back again (and again) to check how you have done it! Wonderful.
    Suzyq

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  15. way too stinkin' cute!! Girl, I thought I was excited about Easter coming.

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  16. Wow! That is so amazing!!! You should join in on Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch.

    Carolyn

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  17. Now this is darling! I think it just might be the cutest tablescape I've ever seen! I would love to use this as inspiration for a fun table with the girls get older. Just delightful!

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  18. The stump just slays me...it makes me want to come live there. What a fanciful tablescape...and with music to boot and a cute commentary. That was a lot of fun!

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  19. Oh I love your Peter Cottontail table. Love all your figurines and dishes. I have some of them and you've given me a great idea for an addition to my Easter table this year...

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  20. This is so adorable. I would love to dine on that table for sure.

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  21. Simply exquisite..I am overwhelmed once again at your talent! I use something like that to go to sleep at night. I go into a the base of a tree that looks very much like that, close a thick door..there is a fireplace burning cozily and a big iron bed with thick quilts on it and a hooked rug on the floor..and I climb in and go sound to sleep. :) That is my fantasy to sleep...that there you have created it right in front of me. No bunnies, but they would be welcome. :)
    I love this. Just love it!
    You live in a beautiful world!
    Mona

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  22. Wow!!! You did a FANTASTIC job!!! Very festive for the approaching Easter holiday. I love all the bunnies.

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  23. Now that is just the cutest thing! Love the tree stump idea! I've always loved those Beatrice Potter plates. I think I could move right into your bunny villge, and I'd be a hoppy camper! laurie

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  24. This is an absolutely AMAZING and precious table.
    The centerpiece, with all the rabbits, is so cute..love the old stump. And...the dishes are to die for...just love it all.
    xo bj

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  25. This is just awesome! My 5 yr old would be playing in that bunny village for hours! Really, really cute! I just love the Peter Rabbit dishes 2 of my sons have a set from birth, they're just adorable.

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  26. What a cute idea! Love the village of bunnies!

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  27. Hi "Peter": You are one clever rabbit. I would never have thought of using artificial grass for the table top. And, having your entire family join you on the table is spectacular. May I come too?

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  28. Love it, love it, love it! I'm still smiling. Everything is perfect. Can I stop by and eat with the Bunnys?
    ~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

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  29. Hi Phyllis, WOW WOW WOW love this table...Love the butterfly one that you did also...How long ago did you buy the butterfly dises? The table cloth that you ask about is on sale now at williams-sonoma on line only...
    xoxo
    Julie

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  30. I had to call my daughter in to look at this with me...she's 5 and we think this is the best post ever!!! You have done an amazing job. I've got a feeling that I'm gonna be asked to do a Peter Rabbit table...oh my!
    ~Holly

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  31. Wow! What an absolute dreamy table you've created. This is one of the prettiest tables that I think I've ever seen. All of your bunnies look great! I LOVE everything about it!!

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  32. Hi, Its me again,could the butterfly dishes be called something other than Roscher/Jasmine...Is there a # or something I can not find them anywhere on the internet..
    Thanks
    xoxo
    Julie

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  33. You sure have lots of cute rabbits. I love it! I see you used your Home Depot grass again. I still haven't gotten up there to get some for myself.

    The whole time I was looking at your tablescape I was thinking: Where did she get that cute rabbit house. It so cool that Mr. S made it for you. It's great that he's on board with your tablescaping. My hubby is too.

    You had asked about my large rabbit. I got it at a small shop in Virginia called The Mole Hole about three years ago. I did see one a while back on a post that Cindy at My Romantic Home did on a shop that she visited in California. I'm not sure of the spelling, but it's by Kaldoon & Bogle.

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  34. S.T.U.N.N.I.N.G.! What a wonderful one of a kind, unique Easter table...I would love to be sitting at your table for breakfast peering down into the burrow! Thank you for sharing your wonderful table!

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  35. How cool that you have an actual tree stump to make the Cottontails little burrow?!!!??
    Wonderful Easter table; sooooo cute! And very creative! Love it!

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  36. This is absolutely the sweetest table I've ever seen. GREAT JOB!!!! I'm gonna have to steal this idea for the grand kids to enjoy when they visit.

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  37. I love, love, love this post. My favorite thing is the stump. It is PERFECT and so original. Adore it.

    Thanks for introducing yourself. I will follow your blog, too!

    Have a wonderful day!

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  38. Woweeee; you have out done yourself in this one!! AMAZING and WONDERFUL!!

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  39. Somebody come pick me up off the floor, will ya? I am totally bowled over by ANOTHER Fantastic tablescape!! At first, when I saw the green grass I though to myself...."is this the same one as last week???" Silly me to think that for even a split second.

    You are so stinkin' creative, its amazing! I adore all the cute little bunnies & the Beatrix Potter dishes are super special. I have the embroidery designs from her books but I have yet to use them. You may have just been the push I needed.

    BRAVO on every inch of this special holiday table!
    {{HUGS}} to the Mr. for all his help, too. I can't wait to show mine all this. :p

    fondly,
    Rett

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  40. :)))
    Phyllis the idea oh the grass..is, is..fantastico!!
    I think I will copy that..and if I could I would just come around steal those Beatrix Potter dishes! simply lovely!
    noooo, just kidding.. :))
    thank's for all these incredible ideas!!
    baciusss

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  41. What an absolutely delightful table. any child of any age would love this! so very cute! I love Beatrix Potter and all her adorable lil characters. Did you see the movie Miss Potter, if not you must see it!!
    and a Hop Hop Hoppity Easter to you!!
    Blessings, Nellie

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  42. I think that's the cutest tablescape I've ever seen.
    Sheila

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  43. Okay...you win! I wish I had a prize for this week's tablescapes. This is over-the-top too cute, I love every single detail.

    Sue

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  44. How magical your bunnies are..the tree is the perfect element for your little scene! I love it all...let me shrink down so that I can fit inside! ♥

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  45. This is, hands down, the best Easter Tablescape I've ever seen! Everything is just perfect. I am so jealous of those cute carrot placecard holders.

    I understand not wanting to use the cute name cards but what you can do, is copy them on card stock and then cut them out to use. That way you have the ones you love but still have cute ones to write the names on.

    Hugs,
    Joanne

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  46. What an 'Easter-licious', 'eye-candy', best ever, utter confection of a tablescape delight my dear!! .., My oh my!` Im' in 'table scape heaven'!

    Thanks so much for visiting my The plumed Pen blog and also for the invitation sweet lady; wow!.., I love, love, love it! What a 'dreamscape' of a tablescape!

    Thanks ever so much for creating this masterpiece, as well as for joyfully sharing!..,

    Have a marvelous day!

    Warmest wishes and hugs from Wanda Lee @ The Plumed Pen

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  47. Your table setting is liking being transported into a charming fairy tale! You are delightful and this tablescape is so lovely!
    Bunny

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  48. O*M*G*!!!! This has got to be the cutest, most creative, adorable tables EVER!!!!!!!!!!! I will be coming back again and again to see this!! I can't get over how MUCH I love this!!! You are a master!!!! Thanks so much for the smiles!!!! XO, Pinky

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  49. This is such and amazingly beautiful tablescape. It is so wonderful I just wish I could be there to eat with all the little bunnies. I just love the way you have grass as a tablecloth. I know the bunnies must feel right at home with that!!! Thank you so much for sharing and I am a new follower. Love your blog with all the beautiful animals. Cheers, Lia

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  50. Hi Phillis,
    Sorry am late! It takes sometimes to travel from Stockholm to the US §;-)

    Yeah, I die for your TT this week. I saw your TT since I started 5-6 weeks ago and it really makes me drool, thus... didn't left my foorprints due to uncertainty.

    LOVELY... have a happy day & w/end ahead.

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  51. Hi Phyllis,
    This is like the most enchanting, fabulous table ever! I am glad I found your blog, I just hopped over from Mona's blog! Looks like most of my blogging buddies already were here! Just awesome, I have no words good enough to describe this beauty!
    Cindy

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  52. ♥WHT A LOVELY BLOG,THIS POST IS SO CUTE,I ENJOYED SO MUCH READ SUM OF THEM,CONGRATS.A GREAT SATURDAY AND GOD BLESS♥

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  53. WOW!!! While I was reading, I kept thinking, "Where did she buy that centerpiece?" AMAZING that you make it!!! Thanks for inviting me to see the bunnies! So glad I did!

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  54. This is the most amazing thing I have ever seen!!! Gorgeous and whimsical and just beautiful!!

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  55. Oh Phyllis Sweetie...
    I adore Peter Cottontail and Aunt Bess the most. They are my favs. That tree stump is so awesome. You and DH did a fabulous job. How cute everything looks, and you have put so much work into it. Oh my gosh, my grands would never leave it along. I could NEVER have something as grand as this. I love it on the table, your artificial grass, your little wheel barrow of eggs, and the plates are just precious. Oh Phyllis I am so tickled with this. Thank you so much for inviting me over. I have browsed through your other posts. I love them sweetie.

    I have signed up to follow your blog. I can't wait to see what you and DH create next. You have such a treasure with that stump. I love the way you added the moss to it, the sign, even the little bunny at the opening of the burrow. I am clapping for you sweetie. Can you hear me clapping? Please take a bow for the wonderful work you have done on this beautiful piece of art. SO grand.

    Have a beautiful Sunday. I can watch your posts now that I am following you. Country hugs sweetie...Sherry

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  56. Phyllis, thanks for coming to visit - I'm back again to check out this most wonderful tablescape. You have set such high standards I can't wait to see what you do next week!!
    Suzyq

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  57. This is the cutest thing I have seen for Easter on any blog! Just darling...but it takes like 5 min. to finally get loaded on my computer, maybe it's just old....but I really loved it and the music too...so cute! :D

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  58. Oh Phyllis! This is just the cutest table I've ever seen! Look at all your bunny things and that root tree! You're singing my song! I do love this. I must tell you a little story. The first time my mother and dad took me to Sunday School, I was about 4 yrs. old. The teacher introduced me and then asked if any of us children would like to sing a song. Well, being not so shy, I said I would sing and sang "Here Comes Peter Cottontail". The Sunday school teach was so very kind and said that was a very nice song but we sing songs about Jesus in Sunday school. Do you know another song? Well, at that time in my tiny life, I didn't know about Jesus and sang "Davy Crockett"! That Sunday school teacher didn't tell my mother that story until I was 13 yrs. old! You've made my day!!!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;0

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  59. Your tablescape is sooo darling. I'm on the hunt for Easter tablescape inspiration and you have given me all kinds of ideas. Thank you for sharing this adorable tablescpape.

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  60. OMG, if this and your earlier post aren't some of the best tablescapes I've seen in a while, I don't know what are!!! What whimsy and color and everything else that make a great table!! I need waaaay more time to visit so I must add you to my favs. Thanks for stopping by for a visit. I wish I was visiting sunny CA again soon. Our son lived there up til last March. I miss it, as does he. I'll be back again soon. :-) Sue

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  61. Phyllis,
    Thanks for inviting me to hop on by! I love the dishes and the laid-back rabbit! Every kid (and big kids, too) on the block should see this table. What fun! What fun!
    Thanks for stopping by Applejack Lane.

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  62. Oh, now I am really ready for Easter. Your table is amazing and your husband, what a sweetie! He is so nice to help with this display. Now tell me, how do you keep the little feline from getting into your Easter scene? I have a feeling if my table looked like that these guys would have a hay-day the first time I left the house. Hugs to Tina. Deb

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  63. Wow oh wow!! That is some tablescape. That took a lot of time, work and a great imagination!!

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  64. That is so magical. I can just see the face of a child looking at every detail. Fabulous.

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  65. Hi Phyllis...

    Ohh my goodness...your Bunny tablescape is simply adorable! I just loved how you presented this post as well...so very sweet and entertaining, my friend! Well, there really aren't the words to describe just how sweet and magical your little Bunny village is! I really enjoyed looking through it!!! And...I love your pretty place settings! Ohh yes, those dishes are awesome!!! Thank you so much for sharing this fabulous Bunny Tablescape with us for Sunday Favorites...what a treat!!!

    Warmest wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

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  66. I can't think of enough superlatives! Enchanting, whimsical, beautiful, festive, inventive. It should be in a national magazine. You really have the touch!
    XX00

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  67. O my gosh ! I love your Peter Cotton Tail and the music, too fun ! I can't believe you even did great with the grass !
    Kammy

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  68. Oh yes, the most amazing table ever!! I would leave it up for like a month or so it it was my post! I still have my bird feeder hanging, but I suppose I will take it down. If I see a bear it will be gone pronto! hehe. Have a great week, Cindy

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  69. Phyllis, Your table is more of a storyland! I don't quite know where to begin! First, the way you cut the grass was brilliant! Everyone got a plot of grass to eat off of. YOur bunnies were mulitplying! The sweet bunny home and all of the bunny family busy doing bunny things. I love the dishes, and the matching mugs. This was so enchanting. And so was your story.
    What a pleasure to visit.
    Yvonne

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  70. Ok...where to begin. This is a bunnies' dreamland and a bunny collector fanasty tablescape. Love all the details....the grass and stump are TOO CUTE!!!! Thanks for sharing!

    Blessings~
    Tonya

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  71. WAY TO STINKIN' Cute! :)

    ~Liz

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  72. Phyllis... there is just no way that anyone could top this! Not even *you know who*, the master tablescaper.

    The bunny house is just TOO clever. I think I stopped by before and may even have already commented. But just read the whole post again and saw even more this time! Sooo much there.

    Thanks for understanding about my loss of little Weezie. I lost Chester 1 1/2 years ago and still have my moments. We had these dogs for 15 yrs and they were a very big part of our family. I always noticed your beautiful boys on your sidebar...

    Talk to you soon ;)
    Bunny Jean

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  73. My goodness, Phyllis! This is amazing! Using the old tree is genius! And i love the little bunny land you have created...so cute! Happy week!...hugs...Debbie

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  74. This is totally unreal and just breathtaking. I just can't get over it. So pretty and so ingenius. I don't even know where to begin. I absolutely love it all. Stunning and so exquisite. Thanks so much for such a treat and for joining the party. Hugs, Marty

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  75. WOW! This is the cutest Easter tablescape! I LOVE it:) Even the music is darling. WOW again. So cute!

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  76. I'm so glad to see this again -- it is just THE most Darling tablescape -- I would want to leave it up all Spring!

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  77. Wow Oh Wow! This is amazing so much thought and effort and super adorable!

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  78. What a darling tablescape and I love this post. Too cute!!! I love, love, love the dishes. Thanks for sharing your wonderful tablescape. And thanks for visiting my blog & leaving me a comment.

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  79. Oh my gosh. I'm envious. That is the greatest. Wherever did that idea come from? That stump is to die for and to think it came from your yard.

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  80. Hi Phyllis, it is all so lovely!!! I am just awed. Totally gorgeous!

    Barb ♥

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  81. Phyllis-I am SO glad I did not miss this! It is absolutely wonderful as are the photos! Using that tree stump was pure genius--I love the natural elements in this tablescape. Is that astroturf on the table? I saw that the moss was from Michael's--but surely this is not all moss! Loved my visit!

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  82. This has to be the award winnin' number one tablescape I've ever laid my big browns on and oh the memories you shaken up in this old farm chick! I had a little place-setting just like those when I was little. Just one but I always ate out of it. Thanks for invitin' us in for a special peek!

    God bless and have a glorious day from the hills and hollers of the Missouri Ponderosa!

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  83. Phyllis...this is amazing! I am in love with your tablescape! I kept thinking where did she find that precious tree stump house...and you made it!!! It is so whimsical looking...this is just about the cutest thing ever! I have some of those little dishes from when my son was small...just love them. Your bunny family is precious! I love Mr. at the end...what a cute pic! Thanks for such a delightful fantasy...loved this so much! :-)

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  84. I have a few ducks and bunnies on my blog today but nothing as cute as yours! I love the "house."

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  85. This was such a charming table. The tree looks great and what a smart idea to use the grass from Home Depot was great. I so enjoyed it. You and your wonderful Mr. S. are so creative. Thanks so much for sharing some Spring time with us.

    Smiles,

    Carol

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  86. This is just TOO adorable! I have those dishes from when my children were little! Now- can Mr S come over and have a chat with my Mr M??
    xoxo Pattie

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  87. Phyllis, This is too precious for words! That is the cutest little house I've ever seen! What a fun and sweet post! Lots of love and time went into making this...it's like being a little girl again and pulling out all the dolls to play house. Precious, precious, precious!

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  88. Hi Phyllis!

    This table setting is so darling! Sweet details in every part of each setting! I aslo love your dinning room wallpaper! I bet you did it yourself! Isn't it beautiful weather in CA! I notced you live in Fullerton. I lived in Walnut for 27 years. We moved to Murrieta 4 years ago to get closer to Grandchildren! We need to gather the So. CA bloggers and have lunch together!

    Have a wonderful weekend Phyllis!

    Hugs,
    Maryjane

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  89. This is so creative!! I am so glad I found your Blog. I am adding it to my favorites. Thank you for the wonderful ideas. You are truly talented.

    Suzanne
    Walnut Creek, CA

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  90. This has to be the cutest post I've ever seen. I turned up the volume and just enjoyed scrolling through it. Mr. and Mrs. S sure had themselves a ball. They are so clever and creative. What a fun couple. And so generous to let Peter and his family feel so comfortable. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  91. Hi Sweetie, you know how I adore bunnies. This is the most enchanting tablescape I've ever seen. It truly is a work of art. Mr. S is just the sweetest for helping with the tree stump and naturally with his words of encouragement. That is a priceless thing to have. Peter Cotton Tail and all his friends are truly loved in your home. Thank you for your sweet words, they mean the world darling. hugs ~lynne~

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  92. Hey girl I hope all is well on your side of Calif. my friend...Just been thinking about you...Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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  93. Super fun tablescape my grandkids would love that! Everything is darling...love the dishes especially. What a fun post! Thanks for stopping by my blog and for your sweet comment...I am glad I stopped by.

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  94. I thought I commented on this the other day! It is just wonderful! You are so creative..I just love it! I could look at this for hours!

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  95. This is just adorable! Fabulous! I was going to ask if you bought that stump, or....then I read about it at the bottom! Thanks for the info!

    This is all just great!

    Katherine

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  96. Do you even know how lucky you are to have a "Mr. S" that will help cut open a tree stump for a tablescape? I can just see the look my husband would have given me had I asked him something similar. This is the cutest table. I love that tree house. Everything is perfect!

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  97. I agree with the 100 other comments. WOW!!!!! My compliments to you and your family. WONDERFUL!!!! I also agree with Phyllis,So Cal Bloggers should certainly get together for lunch.

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  98. How did I miss this???? This is so fabulous!!! I'm not sure what I love best. Those Wedgemwood plates have long been a favorite. The place card holders are darling, but the astro turf is amazing! What a great idea!!! The whole thing is so whimsical and adorable. Just wonderful.

    - The Tablescaper

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  99. Oh my goodness! I ABSOLUTELY LOVE this bunny village! The tree stump house is something so adorable, something I have never seen before. Love all of your village/garden decorations for the bunnies, and the Beatrix Potter items too! You truly spent a lot of time on this and it shows. Just gorgeous - Happy Easter!
    Best regards,
    Gloria

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  100. THis is adorable:) I found you at Jains~

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  101. She doesnt say a word, she heads to the bathroom and I hear thewater running. Her angel had been trying to protecther.
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    She doesnt say a word, she heads to the bathroom and I hear thewater running. Her angel had been trying to protecther.

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