Each year around this time Peter Rabbit quits tantalizing Mr. McGregor and hops on down the bunny trail with a basket of eggs.
Lucky for me he makes a quick stop here where he will join his friends Benjamin Bunny, Tom Kitten, Jemima Puddleduck, Mrs. Ribby, Pigling Bland and others for an egg hunt and a bite to eat.
While I stand and watch, Peter and his friends get everything together. They select Fiestaware to complement Peter’s gaily colored eggs. The plates and pink tinted glasses rest on a garden of flowers that Jemima Puddleduck just happened to find at World Market.
Jemima added another touch by folding the napkins into rabbit ears.
This clever gal even shared how to fold the napkin in case you want to give it a try.
All the hard work is done, and Peter and his friends have everything just like they want it.
Now it’s off to play and find the goodies Peter has hidden in the grass. If you’re lucky, maybe he’ll hop right on over.
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Cool and thank you for the napkin instructions!
What a fun and festive table! I’ll have to remember your idea for adding the Beatrix Potter characters to the table. My children LOVED those little books! The way you’ve arranged the tulips is fresh and adds a lot of charm! Thank you for your kind comments on my Easter table!
Love your table….and that bunny napkin is the absolute best!!!…
Your tablescape is so cute, Lulu! I make bunny napkins too sometimes but they never look that good….Christine
Lulu, I think you table setting if just adorable! Have a Happy Easter.
Thanks, Karen, and the same wish to you.
This is absolutely adorable! Beautiful colors, trinkets, and displays.
Thanks Rose. I hope you are resting up from your trip which sounded quite wonderful.
Lovely, Lulu! Love your bunny napkins and color combo. I am about pasteled out after tonight! 🙂
A very blessed Easter to you and yours!
Pastels and Easter seem to go together, don’t they, but I have to take it a little darker cause pastels don’t live well here.
Oh, this is so cute!!!! I love the way his little ear is just kind of flopped down…he looks absolutely adorable! The mix of poppies and tulips on the table is great. They really complement your placemats! Great fold on the napkins, too, Linda. The directions look a little too complicated for my old brain, but YOU did a great job! Wonderful use of color, too. I love a colorful table, especially this time of year. Have a happy Easter!!!
You’re kidding, girl, you could make or fold anything you put your mind to!