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The house bunny: Easter edition
Plan on brightening up your home with bunny/cute baby animal trinkets, fresh-cut flowers and anything egg-related? Check out these 10 eco-friendly Easter/springtime decor picks.
Tue, Apr 05, 2011 at 1:34 PM
Given that for many folks Easter — a religious observance that's become more of an excuse to embellish your home with questionable pastel colors, cute baby animal trinkets, fresh-cut flowers, and eggs dyed not-found-in-nature colors than it is a celebration of the resurrection of J.C. — is a designated "decorating holiday," I thought I’d share a handful of standout, eco-friendly décor items of the non-plastic grass variety to mark the occasion. Some of these items do indeed involve eggs and cute animals like bunnies while others simply help add a much-needed dash of flora-based color to the home. And one is made from dung.
It's also certainly worth mentioning that Easter is also a prime time to resurrect the craft supply box from storage and create your own special DIY Easter decorations. Feel free to tell me about your favorite DIY Easter/springtime decorating projects (and no, egg-dying doesn't count) in the comments section!
Porcelain Egg Votive Soy Candles w/Porcelain Bunny by Revisions Design Studio @ Supermarket
Topozoo Bunny and Duck Kit @ West Elm
Decoylab Baby Bunny Modern Animal Clock @ fawn&forest
Blue Hydrangea Tray @ Terrain
Hare's Tail Grass Garden in a Bag by Potting Shed Creations @ Branch
Eggling Grow Kits @ Sprout
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