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Happy Easter

Happy Easter, my friends! I can’t believe how quickly April has arrived, and with it, all the best parts of spring! I’ll admit, the holiday snuck up on me this year, and I didn’t have time to make nearly as much as I wanted to for Easter, but I thought I’d share some of my little goodies here with you. After all, there’s always next year!

Happy Easter from The Petite Provisions Co.

I’ve been wanting little chicks for the longest time, so this past week I decided to just give it a go and make some myself! Overall, I’m very happy with these little cuties for my first attempt. I learned quite a bit in the process and may give them another shot in the future. I also made little bird nests from coconut fiber and moss, and then I added polymer clay robin’s eggs. The lovely little bunny is by Juan Manuel Diaz Solis.

A handmade leaping bunny topiary in one inch scale by The Petite Provisions Co.

I actually made this leaping bunny topiary last year, but for some reason I never really did anything with it! The bunny is a plastic figure that I painted green before covering it in model railroad foliage. I made the ivy by cutting out the leaves on my Cricut Maker, then coloring them with alcohol ink markers and painting the edges with white acrylic paint.

A dollhouse miniature bunny topiary in a planter with flowers by The Petite Provisions Co.

The potted bunny topiary was also a leftover from last year, made the same way as described above. I think the topiaries are so cute!

A dollhouse miniature spring, Easter table setting with cabbageware, pink and green glassware and white lilies by The Petite Provisions Co.

Now, back to what I made this year! I’ve actually been wanting a set of “cabbageware” for a while now, so voilà! I made each plate from white polymer clay that I veined with a silicone mold. Then I painted them with acrylic paint. Finally, the critical step for making them look like ceramic was a coating of UV resin! I liked them so much that I made chargers to go with them from orange jute twine glued onto orange cardstock. The result is very garden-y, isn’t it?

Speckled eggs in a dollhouse miniature spring, Easter table setting by The Petite Provisions Co.

I also made the speckled eggs, which are displayed in a depression ware bowl from Melvin’s Miniatures. The white lilies I made from a laser cut sheet from Mary Kinloch. The clear depression ware jar (also from Melvin’s Miniatures) is filled with polymer clay jelly beans I made, and the glassware is all Chrysnbon.

A one inch scale dollhouse miniature Easter basket with Easter candies and chocolate bunnies

And of course, Easter just wouldn’t be complete without a basket, so I made a new one this year with glitter eggs, assorted candies, chocolate bunnies and a tulip “carrot” bouquet!

I hope you’re all enjoying your Easter! ‘Til next time!

Bean the Easter Bunny

Bean has been hopping with Easter on its way! Bean has a purple bow and cute little pink paw pads on his feet. He also comes with a miniature woven Easter basket filled with green tissue paper, hand-sculpted pink and purple polymer clay Easter eggs, and a hand-sculpted yellow polymer clay marshmallow Peep! Check him out on Etsy!

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