Duck with Easter Bonnet Decor


When you have children, or grandchildren, it is especially fun to decorate for the holidays! When my kids were young, as each holiday approached, we would pull out all of the different treasures we had collected over the years, and thoughtfully place them around the house. Each of us always had our favorites and would be responsible for their placement.

This adorable mama duck with Easter bonnet is a perfect addition to any spring or Easter collection. Her charming, retro-style design makes her an irresistible and cherished addition to any holiday display.

This spring, add this lavishly dressed duck to your decor…she, and her little duckling, is certain to capture the heart of anyone that sees them!

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This adorable retro-style duck with Easter bonnet, makes a festive addition to your Easter or spring decor. Whether you place her on a table, include her as part of an arrangement or create a mantel display, her sweet and cheerful demeanor is sure to compliment any look!

For Easter, I have this retro style duck, along with several other vintage style Easter stand ups arranged on my mantle. I have some Easter egg garland and white twinkle lights peppered in, which creates a warm and festive look!

All dressed up, and with her baby duckling, she is arranging a pot of tulips. She is almost ready to start her Easter visits. Her sweet style, along with the attention to detail shown on her outfit and surroundings, is reminiscent of days past. Anyone familiar with that era, will certainly be transported back to the innocence of their childhood upon seeing them!

Because she is made of wood, she should last for years and could become part of your annual spring or Easter decor. Pair this mama with some of the other vintage Easter stand ups or displays in our collection.

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