Oh that Peter Rabbit. . . he was chased out of Mr. McGregor’s Garden on a stick along with his other
mischievous friends, while Peter’s three sisters obeyed their mother and enjoyed chamomile tea.
Little did he know that he and his friends would be the “cream of the crop” in another story.
The story of the ever changing tablescape . . . or vignette, whichever sounds good in a book.
The table of a thousand faces.
So what do you do with bunnies chased from a garden on stick stuck in a flower pot like this:
Oh, and they meet up with a wise old bunny (yes, it is a bunny and not a dog!) . . .
A bunny that was covered with moss at our Crafty Chicks workshop many years ago.
The moss covered bunnies, a great camouflage for hiding from Mr. McGregor . . .
left their flower pots behind in the garden.
Knowing that they were to become the cream of the crop of bunnies . . .
what better to trade their flower pots for pretty ironstone creamers.
Now, the wise old bunny has a special place of honor in its new environment . . .
nestled in a beautiful scalloped ironstone bowl.
And what more appropriate is a vintage seed packet in a small creamer for this vignette.
And speaking of seed packets . . .
My friend Mary from Home is Where the Boat Is has a beautiful feature in Flea Market Gardens Magazine.
When my hubby was at Lowe’s Home Improvement, I asked him to look for this magazine.
He found it and it was the last copy. Obviously a big hit!
I love the way the writer titled the feature, “Home is Where the Shed Is”
Eight full pages of sheer delight!
Have a wonderful day and for many of you, stay safe and warm!
I am joining:
Between Naps on the Porch for Metamorphosis Monday
French Country Cottage for Feathered Nest Friday
From My Front Porch to Yours for Treasure Hunt Thursday
No Minimalist Here for Share Your Style
Savvy Southern Style for Wow Us Wednesday
Stone Gable for The Scoop