We had our first show of the year last week at the Watermelon Moon Plantation.
The Hopalong Bears made an appearance though I had not even priced them, put in their whiskers, or given them name-tags.... Therefore, they were only making a debut.
My bunnies were thrilled to be taken out of the studio and into the fresh Spring day.
I've had these darling gossiping squirrels with me for over a year, but I am fine with that, for I love them dearly.
The show was on the grounds of Emily's 1835 Farmhouse, which is her shop as well as her home.
Emily's Plantation house was decked out to inspire anyone who loves this charming style.
She and her team have a wonderful knack for table decor and their were at least a dozen tables set up throughout her shop and porch of the Plantation Home.
I got so many ideas , and came away with a few bags of BUNNY GRASS. You can see the grass growing in various containers on the tables.
I will be making several containers this week and will show you how to do it, great Easter decor!
This is an extremely long porch... but you could take many of these ideas and apply them to a small porch or deck.
I took a gazillion pictures of the inside shop, but I don't want to overload you. I'll post those later.
I couldn't wait to come home and give my own porch a makeover, I am working on it today...
Have to say, I've been so busy with artwork and critters that my blogging has suffered a good deal, if I haven't visited your blog in a while that is the reason.