Tuesday, June 8, 2010

White Wednesday: Kitty Bank & Bunny Nodder

It's not uncommon at all for us to keep holiday pieces out all year, like the Victorian bunny nodder above. He makes his way around the house, mixing with other favorite items, but never finds his way into the closet to be put away. Currently, he's hanging out with a still bank and a Victorian yardlong of flowers and music. The kitty bank has been a favorite of mine since childhood.

Here's a close up. I love the little ribbon around his neck.


And zooming in on the yardlong. White daisies like these are blooming happily in my garden right now.

Be sure to visit Faded Charm for more pretties in white!

22 comments:

  1. Those two pieces are adorable! I absolutely love daisies! I have some on my counter in a vase right now.
    Sherry

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  2. your childhood kitty bank is perfect.
    what a great keepsake to have out all year long.
    Happy WW
    AMy

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  3. Just love these pieces, Amanda...that kitty bank tugs at the heart strings! :o) Happy Day ((HUGS))

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  4. Aaahh so sweet!
    Thank you so much for your comment on the photo stealers, I have been actually thinking of sending a Cease & Desist letter, but I thought I would wait a while to see if E-bay sorts it out in the next few days.
    Love
    Alison
    x

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  5. Oh I DOOOO love your kitty bank and bunny. Bunnies stay out around my house too! I couldn't figure out the term "Yard-long", but assumed maybe the pic is a yard in length????? I'm ignorant on that one. ??? BUT I DO Love your pic. beautiful. thanks for sharing the eye candy today. enjoyed my visit with you.

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  6. OMG!! I had that same bunny nodder. I forgot all about it. I loved it! I have to call my Mother ~ she'll know where it is!!! Thank you thank you and Happy WW!

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  7. That sweet bunny should definitely be out all year round, not just at Easter! And I love your kitty bank too. They both look so lovely in front of that yardlong!
    Happy White Wednesday!
    Carol

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  8. Greetings, I LOVE that gorgeous yardlong--amazing!!! It looks perfect with your kitty and bunny! Have a great day! Junkinjulie

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  9. Loving the ever cheerful daisies you've shown us. The bunny and kitty are so cute, can see why the kitty has been a fav for a long time!

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  10. Very sweet! that little cat is just adorable!

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  11. I am in love with that kitty bank!! I also loved the Putz Houses in your last post!

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  12. That kitty bank is just precious!! And of course, being a bunny collector, I LOVE that bunny! Happy White Wednesday!

    Back Porch Blessings,
    Rebecca

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  13. Your kitty bank made me smile!! I remember having one similar to it growing up!!! Thank you so much for sharing (and leaving a comment on mine ;)) Have a Wonderful White Wednesday!!
    Michella

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  14. The bunny is adorable. The daisies and clover flowers are so pretty. Lovely post!

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  15. LOVE your kitty bank:)
    ~Debra
    Blog: Capers of the vintage vixens

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  16. I am SO happy to find others who leave some decorations out all year long too! Why box them ALL away when you can enjoy them all year round?

    Well, my Christmas compadres, if you're looking for a little Christmas in June, stop on by and visit my newly created Santa riding a horse!

    Jill

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  17. How sweet. Don't worry you are not the only one to leave certain holiday trinkets about on the off season.

    The bunny reminds me of a dog bobble head my great grandmother had and I used to play with it whenever we visited her home.

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  18. I'm known for leaving Christmas ornaments out all year so I totally get you! LOL!!!

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  19. Too adorable for words, that kitty, oh my! Thanks for visiting my blog earlier!
    Tracey

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  20. Your kitty and bunny are so cute! Thanks for sharing them with us.
    Blessings~

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  21. Amanda, the bunny should be on display year round..

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