My 2014 Easter Picks from Crate and Barrel for decorating, dining, eating, crafting and of course HUNTING!

Pastel Design Eggs ~ Each decorative egg in this set is crafted of kara wood, which is hand turned on a lathe and then expertly painted in a springy palette of sunny pastels. Crafted by skilled Indian artisans, the eggs are eco-friendly and non-toxic, and, best of all, the income derived from their sale provides much-needed funds for a local hospital. Packaged in an egg crate, this delightful set makes a great hostess gift or basket-filler.

Bunny Stamp Kit ~ Big bunny stamps its charming image on blank cards, for Easter or springtime greetings with a hand-crafted look. Set includes stamp, pink ink pad and eight blank cards and envelopes made of 100% post-consumer waste recycled paper.

Chick n' Egg Dishtowels ~ Easter-themed cotton towels combine a scattering of multicolored peepers and a modern graphic of translucent, overlapping colored eggs.

Stack the Carrots ~ Family-friendly carrot stacking game challenges players to take turns removing carrot-shaped blocks from the stack, topped with a precarious bunny that could take a playful tumble at any moment.

Individual Riegelein Foil Bunny ~ As darling as they are delicious, these whimsical figures are an Easter favorite from Germany's renowned Riegelein Confiserie, creators of classic chocolate confections for over 50 years. Produced from a traditional family recipe using only natural ingredients, molded milk chocolate rabbits come wrapped in a random mix of colorful foil wrappers illustrated with friendly bunny features.

Wooden Egg Placecard Holders ~ Which came first, these diminutive egg placecard holders or your desire to throw a brunch or dinner party? Smooth, unfinished birch eggs are slotted to hold your choice of placecard or buffet labels.

Bunny Placecard Holder ~ Bright little critter adds a lighthearted note to the holiday table. Handcrafted in silvery aluminum, our place-finding bunny stands upright to clasp placecards, buffet labels or notes

Egg Crate ~ Sturdy steel wire is powdercoated in yolk-yellow to nest a dozen raw or hard-boiled eggs for storage and festive presentation.

The Long Grove Confectionery Lammie or Bunny Chocolate Pop ~ For an Easter party favor or basket boost, this dimensional lambs pop charms with a whimsical tilt to his head and "fuzzy" forelock. Hand-decorated pop is solid, creamy milk chocolate, hand-trimmed and nestled in an individual cello bag with bow. The Long Grove Confectionery first began making our delicious chocolates and confections by hand in 1977 in a small kitchen in their family-owned candy shop in a little red schoolhouse in the historic village of Long Grove, Illinois. More than 35 years later, we're still sweet on their highest-quality ingredients—pure chocolate, dairy-fresh whipping cream, whole butter, creamy caramel and more.

Aluminum Bunny Server ~ Just in time for Easter edibles, two sculptural, stylized rabbits support a curved serving tray in hand-cast aluminum with a beautiful, gleaming mirror finish.

Plaid Bunny Dishtowel ~ A plaid rabbit sneaks onto the scene on our whimsical spring dishtowel. Multicolored bunny is appliqu├ęd in bright green on a coordinating grass green background.

Plaid Bunny Dishtowel

Woodland Bunnies ~ Plywood silhouettes intersect to create dimensional, minimalist and entirely charming bunnies, free to roam as table decorations, place setting accompaniments or holiday accents throughout the home.

Dottie Egg Cup ~ Cutout circle plays polka dots with colored or brown eggs, served up hard- or soft-boiled in a white porcelain pedestal egg cup.


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