Easter signals spring, and I look forward to the season because it means that it’s time to decorate the house with the Easter items that we have collected over the years. In our home, the kids and I display everything from glitter chicks and bunnies to framed art. The girls love anything glitter, so we have a lot of that!
When you start collecting vintage Easter objects and decor, your scope can be very narrow or wide — I chose the latter.
From Easter prints to decorative foil rabbits, I find that when it comes to collecting vintage Easter items, the sky is the limit and there’s always room for one more.
One of my favorite prints is a chromo-lithograph of a young girl dressed in Victorian whites, playing with bunnies (see below). It’s titled “Easter Morning” and dated April 15, 1906. I was antiquing one day and found a rabbit planter that looked very similar to bunnies in the print. They look great displayed together.
This holiday, instead of hunting for eggs, perhaps you'll look for vintage Easter treasures!