As you've probably noticed at your local CVS or Walgreens, the Bunny has arriveth. Now that spring is officially here and the uber-commercialized religious observance/"decorating holiday" known as Easter is just a couple of weeks away (early this year!), many of you may be scrambling to embellish your home with questionable pastel colors, cute baby animal trinkets, fresh-cut flowers, and sacrificial chocolate Leporids. If that's the case, I thought I’d share a handful of standout, mostly handmade and/or eco-friendly home décor and gardening items of the non-plastic grass variety to mark this most joyous occasion. For even more picks, check out my "House bunny" post from last year.

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! 
Screen Printed Organic Cotton Rabbit Cloth Napkins by Oh, Little Rabbit @ Supermarket ($22/set of 4)

​Papier-Mâché Baskets @ West Elm ($5.99 - $14.99 - bunnies not included)

Tulip Magnolia Branches @ Terrain ($58)

Letterpress Origami Rabbit Kit @ The Curiosity Shoppe ($8) 

Flowers in a Can @ ($15.99)

Wire Hare @ CB2 ($69.95)

Orange Bunny & Butterfly Print by Decoylab @ fawn&forest ($20)

Chalkboard Garden Markers - Rabbits by Cloud Stripe Cloud @ Supermarket ($19.95/set of 4)

Matt Hickman ( @mattyhick ) writes about design, architecture and the intersection between the natural world and the built environment.

The house bunny: Easter '12 edition
Plotting to brighten up your home with cute baby animal trinkets, fresh-cut flowers and anything egg-related? Check out these my Easter/springtime home decor an