Hello Spring Blog Tour

Hello friends,
I am so happy to be participating in this Hello Spring Blog Tour hosted by Katie at
There is a fabulous line up of bloggers that will be sharing their spring décor.  I guarantee that you will get inspiration from
each of them!
And now, I would like to welcome you to my
"Easter Wonderland". . .
(My inspiration for using a filing box on my table came from the cover of Country Living magazine)

It's a magical place where time feels as though it is standing still. :)
The white rabbit wears his watch on his vest.

There's lots of cabbages for munching, and the bunny tails come in pretty pastel colors.
Much like Alice's Wonderland the teacups are stacked and the table is set for a whimsical party.
(the pretty pink dishes made in Portugal were scored at a thrift shop a few months ago)
the goblets also came from a thrift a few years ago.

If you're feeling extra silly you can wear my polka dotted
 bunny hat.
I've set a place just for you!
In Easter Wonderland the houses are small. But because it's a magical place, that doesn't matter at all! 

(I will be sharing more of my Easter village in another post.)
I hope you enjoyed your visit to Wonderland today!
Below are links to the others participating in this fun tour.
I hope you will hop over and visit!
Sweet Laura from Décor to Adore featured this post on her blog. 
Inspiring Spring Decor   Thanks Laura!!





Stacey said...

Love, love, love your springy touches!! The Easter houses are adorable. The watches are so cute and creative!

I miss my stuff!! It's all packed up and seeing spring at your house really makes me want to decorate.

Decor To Adore said...

So glad I was not late for this very important date. You have done the white rabbit proud! I adore your collection of wee houses and can't wait to see more.


Great idea! So cute! Hugs. Monika

Katie Mansfield said...

I love it. What a great theme. Thanks so much for sharing a spot on our blog tour. That hat is precious and I love all the clocks. Too cute.

Carole @ From My Carolina Home said...

How clever!! All the little clocks and pastels, teacups and rabbits certainly do create the idea of Wonderland!

Carol@BlueskyatHome said...

Janna, what darling Easter decorations you have shared. I havne't decorated for Easter yet, so I appreciate the inspiration. Happy to be on the Spring Blog Tour with you.

Kim said...

Oh what a joyous Easter Wonderland, lovely Jann! I don't mind at all if I sit down and eat some Easter treats from those pretty pink plates. Oh that polka dotted hat, how adorable. I would love to bend down and peek through the tiny windows of those tiny houses....I wonder what magic I would see!!

Junkchiccottage said...

Oh Jann you have done it again. Such a fun and wonderful vignette for Spring. Love this so much.
Have a great week ahead.

Jeanie said...

the Easter Wonderland is so magical, Jann. I love the white rabbit's watch! You have such a joyful and whimsical style -- I love it to pieces!

Cindy Lou said...

Cute theme ! Looks great ! Happy Spring !

Bonnie said...

Cute vignettes with darling vintage items. Love the purple cotton chenille throw/tablecloth.

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

Very, very sweet! Love the drawers. You reminded me that I have an Alice in Wonderland white rabbit with the clock that I keep forgetting to put out. I love everything about Alice in Wonderland. You have inspired me! Time to decorate!

Carol said...

Love the idea and the displays! Nice village for Easter

Cynthia said...

Hi Jan, adore your table and your bunny with his watch. Bunny hat is too cute. The pink dishes are pretty


Art and Sand said...

Everything is perfect - the clocks, the dishes, the file drawers !!!

You just gave me an idea for the file drawer I bought from Betsy of My Salvaged Treasures!

Amy at Ms. Toody Goo Shoes said...

Your Easter Wonderland is so charming! I love all of your vintage clocks. Happy Spring!

Lisa @ Fern Creek Cottage said...

Such a fun and whimsical theme! So clever and everything looks wonderful! I adore your sweet Easter houses! Your flower filled drawers are lovely too!

Sarah said...

You bet I enjoyed my Wonderland Tour today. Your post is full of whimsy, just what I adore! I love all the clocks, but the White Rabbit wearing his as a vest is too cute for words. The pretty thrifted dishes, the darling pastel bunny tail garland, your Easter village, and that polka dotted top hat ~ all oozing with charm.
Happy Spring!

Eilis@MyHeartLivesHere said...

Your Wonderland is enchanting! What a fun way to use your beautiful pieces together.

Pamela Gordon said...

It all looks so pretty with the soft pastels and I love the pastel Putz houses all decorated for spring. Have a lovely day. Pam

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

It's all so pretty, Jann! I love the pastels and your table setting is darling! Love the polka dot hat too. :-) Have a wonderful day.


Carol @ The Red Painted Cottage said...

Jann, I'm in love with your spring decor and that white bunny with the watch! Between the polk a dot hat, the small card catalog and all the other adorable items you included, someone would think spring and Easter might be coming!

Connie said...

Oh my goodness, I want to attend a tea party at your house. Everything is perfect :)

Botanic Bleu said...

What a fun post with all your Easter Wonderland decorations. Clocks always grab my attention. What is about clocks that is so fascinating? I'm so happy to be part of a Spring blog tour with you.


Pam Richardson said...

Jann, your Easter Wonderland is so magical.and I want to wear the polka dot hat. I love the use of clocks, so creative. I think Easter should be pastels and you did it perfectly. Happy Spring!

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

So festive and whimsical!! Your Easter Wonderland is so charming!!

Kathryn Griffin said...

Jann, I love your Easter Wonderland! Debbie's right, it's so whimsical! That hat is perfect! Thank you for sharing! Have a lovely weekend! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

Diana said...

Such beautiful spring decorating, Jann--I love your take on Alice in Wonderland. All those vintage clocks!! The piled china!! Thanks so much for linking up with us at Vintage Charm :)