More spring means more eggs, right? Pottery Barn last year--$2.00 a bag.
Just a little dash of color here. Pier 1 last year--$1.50 for a whole little crate of them. I bought the last two, and I was mad they didn't have more!
I sure hope you're not sick of Pier 1 yet. You guessed it. Got these last year. It was a pricey $4.50, but it was worth it. :) The eggs are little soaps. Cute, eh?
The little nest goes well with my Dollar Store ceramic egg.
To be honest, this bunny's a little cutesy for me, but she was so cute in the store, and she was so beat up, and she was only $6.00. She needed a home. Plus, the kids like her. I shall name her "Bunny". (For you, Amber!)
A couple of you were concerned for my lack of glitter in my spring decor. Never one to disappoint, I am making sure you know that there is, in fact, some glitter. Sparkly candle eggs do the trick!
I think that's about it for spring. I'm hoping to get some larger projects done around here, so the little decor may have to take a backseat for a moment. Thank goodness there's a repreive (repreave? too lazy to check) after Easter!