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"Life is lived forward, but understood backward. It is not until we are down the road and we stand on the mountain looking back through the valley that we can appreciate the terrain God has allowed us to scale.” Jill Savage

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Wednesday - Hump Day

I entered Linda at A La Carte's blog to win Easter Decorations and I won! Now this was over a week ago - and I'm sorry Linda, that I didn't get it put it on sooner, but I had so much to do to get ready to present this tablescape!

The last thing was making the candy - which is tomorrow's blog.
Chatty is good at her work - although some time she's slow, but sure . . .

So thank you - I loved all the items. My grandson saw it and ran in and said, "Grandma the Easter bunny left some things off!" I think he meant it and he thought it was for him! lol

So here is 'My Easter Bunny Tea Party' - I had four bunnies come to it - my grandson, my niece and nephew (twins), and my new grand baby to be.

The four place mats, the napkins, the napkin holders - courtesy of Linda.

My grandson bunny which was another gift I'll tell you about on April 9th.

The clear Easter egg filled with yummy peanut butter and chocolate bars - my favorite candy - from Linda. This is my new grand baby bunny.

The glass candy dish holding the peanut butter eggs - Linda.

I bought this with a coupon from the International Market. We had to color the eggs - that took a couple of days.

This glass dish - from Linda (wow - right?).

The candy and dish - Linda - by the way my GS loved them! (Me too!)

My first try at making candy. I bought the dish at Home Goods. My second batch was better.

Oh yes - the two bunnies - my niece and nephew - my God children to be. Again place settings all from Linda.

So this is my first table scape. Had my four babies there (in bunnies). Showing you my gifts I won at A La Carte. She was way to generous!

So no, I'm not joining the real Tablescapes, but I am having my own. THANK YOU LINDA!

Now here's some thing to think about-

The afternoon knows what the morning never suspected.- Swedish Proverb

Oh yeah - Happy Birthday to Rhea Pearlman - Wikipedia

Perlman was born in Brooklyn, New York, to Philip and Adele Perlman. Her father was an actor and a doll and toy part salesman. She is the sister of Heide Perlman, who was a writer, story editor and producer on the television show Cheers. Perlman attended Hunter College in New York and is an active Democrat. She married the actor Danny DeVito, who played her husband in the film Matilda. They have three children: Lucy Chet DeVito (born March 1983), Grace Fan DeVito (born March 1985) and Jacob Daniel DeVito (born October 1987). She and her husband are members of the steering committee of the Friends of the Apollo, along with filmmaker Jonathan Demme.


Melanie said...

How cute is that! I love all the little bunnies.
I have a clear dish just like that one. :)

Buttercup said...

Your table looks adorable. I've been looking at the Reese's eggs -- favorites of mine, too -- but so far have had the willpower to stay away. Not sure how long I will last.

Linda said...

Sandie you did a great tablescape! It all looks so cute. I am so glad you like all your Easter goodies! It was a fun giveaway for me. Can't wait to get home and have another Girl's lunch. Miss you. Oh and you could so hook up with any tablescape party! & the candy? good job making it you will have to show me how.


Mollye said...

Hey Sandie, The table top partay turned out Fantastic! Oh wouldn't it be fun to dress up in an Easter Bonnet and sit down for a little tea with little people under three feet high? And the proverb/saying is just too darn right-on.

Laura said...

Sandie- what a precious table. I plan to add a few things to my Easter items at after Easter sales.
Those egg colors are wonderful.
I hope you have a blessed Wednesday !


Joyce said...

Ah so that is how she got her role in Cheers with the sister connection. David Llyod was a writer on that show too. Show ran a long time and was funny. Your table is adorable and you did a good job making your chocolate candies. Oh and Mr. Vundervants was with us on the trip and his photo was on my Monday post. It will make you laugh. Happy Easter and have a fun trip.

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Nezzy said...

How very sweet it that? Congratulation on winnin' all those lovely Easter treasures. What a fun giveaway. You have yourself a happy Easter.

God bless and have a wonderful Wednesday!!!

Georgia said...

Beautiful table, Sandie! You did a great job. Thank you for sharing your pictures with us.

I pray you are doing well. May God bless you today and every day!

{Bellamere Cottage} said...

Oh you lucky girlie! What a fabulous pressie....


Angela said...

Hey Sandie!

Congratulations! That is so cute! I could see Andy thinking that the Easter Bunny came too! I know my Little Man would think that if he came home from school to find the table all decked out like that!

Have a Great Day!

^..^Corgidogmama said...

What an adorable table, and sweet idea! The candy that you made was very appreciated by the gang I bet.
You went over and above to make it so, so special. Hope you had a ball.

That corgi :) said...

congrats on winning! and what a great thing you won too! that table is sooo darling! I bet it was fun to put it all together too :)


ClassyChassy said...

Congrats on your wonderful win!!! How sweet it is! I'm not the only one having good fortune recently!

Noni at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

I want a place at that table!! So cute and festive! Have a very, very Happy Easter, Sandie!


WOW! That really looks great especially to a sugar junkie like me. I think I'll show my wife your photos and ask her if she can do something like that for our grandkids on Easter.

That was a "sweet" post

BeautifulDees said...

Oh everything look's so great, it make's me want to set a cute easter table. Thank you for alway's dropping by, I enjoy your visit's on my blog. Have a great day!
Love ya,Debbie

Whosyergurl said...

"Hop, hop bunny, bunny. Hop, hop bunny, bunny. Hop, hop ho, ho, hop hop!"
(from an old girl scout song)
hug you,

Dogmom Diva said...

Hi Sandie, what a beautiful tablescape..I wish I had a dining table I could try that on..I could use my kitchen table and gussy it up I guess..maybe will try that a little later on when things calm down and I find all my table decor items which are still in boxes!
PS Love your grandson bunny, lol!!!


Michelle said...

That is so adorable! I love it!

Cynthia K. said...

What darling gifts you received! AND you did a fabulous Easter table - I love it all - it's so delightful...

Happy Resurrection Day....

Cynthia K. (Beauty and Blessings)

Mimi said...

Hi Sandie!!!!
Oh thank you so much for always visiting my blog!!! It makes me happy and I smile ear to ear to read your comments!!!
I am busy most of the time, I prefer to be busy on the week-ends and keep it slooooow all week!!!!!I love socializing, if you could not tell!!!!
Our neighborhood is very fun, you should move here!!! But then if I lived in Georgia, I would not move, again I love the South!!!!
Thank you for the kind comments on that lovely Grand daughter of ours!!! She is our little gift from God, as all Grand kids are, right????
Have a Happy Easter
by the way, I have those same Placemats and I LOVE them!!!!
Your table looks so festive and fun and ready for the special day!!!
I am sure your grands love that table!!!!

Sue said...

Glad you and Andy had fun making the candy....practice does get easier!!

Annesphamily said...

I love stopping by! I try to make the rounds and then I come to great new ideas and then, then I have to get some rest! LOL! You are very sweet and I love you stopping by and making such nice comments at my blog. I enjoy knowing you. You are a great lady with great ideas!

ocmist said...

You did a GREAT job with your Bunny Table! Lots of fun!