Sunday, March 11, 2012

A LITTLE TASTE OF EASTER

Who could resist white bunnies and toasted coconut cake coconut cake.....


I made this beautiful cake last year...I was so proud of it...ssssssssssssssssooooooo beautiful....ssssssssssssssoooooooooooooooooo DRY...but pretty...so if your wondering where the recipe is....be happy I am not putting you through that....We can however focus on the tulips...

This is a coconut cake I made last year for Easter....and trust me I would have been more then happy to share the recipe, except for the fact that the cake although beautiful, was kind of dry and I would not use the recipe again..it did make for a pretty picture....Those are yummy chocolate eggs under the glass container.




I loved the way the cute little Easter eggs look on the cake so darn cute...love the white bunnys with the little Michael Kors ribbons on their necks...so chic...lol

The rabbits with the beige (Michael Kors ribbon) were from the GW and were very inexpensive....the larger rabbit was from Tuesday Morning and believe it or not it was way after Easter and on the sale rack and was 1.99...




You have seen the white bunny casserole dish before ...it seems he is around a lot...The little candy Easter eggs are the perfect touch for this nesting cake...

The Easter eggs were a decoration I thought added to the cake...tweaking...(it's a curse)...lol...you all know what I am talking about.



I know it is early for Easter..but never too early for cake....

The beautiful tulips certainly add to the cheery table..



This cake plate is one of my favorites...not sure where it is from...just seems to fit every occasion with it's little skirt....


The cake plate is a favorite of mine...the little eyelet skirt around it always makes the cakes look so special....I am not sure where it was purchased many years ago...






I have done a few Easter things this year so please come back again and see whats new..If you are not a follower please join on my sidebar...love to hear your comments and you can also follow me on your email...just sign up on my side bar...love to see those familiar faces and the new ones too...always welcome around the house...
attaching to between naps on the porch and bunny jeans decor and more

20 comments:

  1. I love this sweet vignette! The bunnies are so cute and the cake looks delicious (even if it wasn't to your liking.)

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  2. You are right, Phyllis, that cake looks sooo delicious! Love the bunnies. I just found my white ones today by accident and unwrapped them right away. Now I just need to find some place to put them.

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  3. Hi Phyllis, the cake looks so delicious and all your bunny are so cute too.
    nice vignette,
    XO
    Isora

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  4. Hi Phyllis!

    The cake does look good... I bet those little eggs on top were delicious... if they are the malted milk chocolate with the thin crisp shells.

    I do hope you will share your Easter tablescape with the tree root turned rabbit house! I know everyone is asking for that to be shared again. I am going to try my version of it... but no tree stump/root for the centerpiece. If I remember correctly you had a like help (husband) on that one.

    xoxo Bunny Jean

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  5. Hi Phyllis! You've done it again! I love your precious little Easter vignette!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  6. I love your vignette! Gorgeous! And the cake looks sooo good! :)

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  7. Oh so beautiful, Phyllis. A beautiful vignette, cute bunnies and pretty cake!

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  8. Your table looks beautiful. The cake looks yummy. I'm a new follower & will be back soon to do more browsing around!
    CAS

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  9. I don't care IF this cake was dry....as pretty as it is, I would get a tall glass of cold milk to wash it down with. :)

    Love your beautiful bunnies.

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  10. your table is gorgeous! the bunnies are precious! the cake stand is beautiful but oh that toasted coconut is calling my name!!! : ) sending hugs and i am now following you!!!

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  11. Oh I was drooling over the great looking cake...sorry it turned out dry, lol! You made me laugh, though...but it is gorgeous looking along with the bunnies, pretty cake stand and beautiful table all together. Thank you for your lovely visit to my new post. Lots of hugs,
    FABBY

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  12. I made a coconut cake this Thanksgiving for a special guest from out of town. DRY DRY DRY. Fortunately I had 7 other deserts! Coconut cakes are often dry. oh well. Thanks for stopping by my little blog! Congrats on your woman's day spread! I'm now a follower - hope you will follow back!

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  13. Hi Phyllis!

    Since I already commented earlier I just came back to say thanks for sharing this at my party this week.

    xoxo Bunny Jean

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  14. Wow! I am an sugaraddict and I won't say NO to that palatable looking cake you have. How I wish I am sitting there now and start muching §;-)

    Happy mid-week, Philly and hope to see you around.

    Blessings,
    /CC

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  15. Hi Tina! Thanks for stopping by my blog and becoming my newest follower! I love your blog! All the beautiful tablescapes and bunnies, mantel, pool! Everything is gorgeous! That cake looks delicious! Thanks for sharing! Blessings from Bama!

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  16. Thanks Tina, your rabbits are adorable and look just perfect on your table. Don't worry about the cake, better luck next time. Instead, I'm thinking about your yellow tulips and how beautiful they are. Thanks for sharing and stopping by my blog and leaving a message.

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  17. Lovely table (I love the whimsy!) and the cake looks delish! Thanks for stopping by The Shady Porch and following! I following back! Hope you'll join the Rock 'N Share linky party I host each week Wed - Fri midnight!

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