Located in the beautiful Derwent Valley, Tasmania

Friday, March 30, 2012

Easter time with cute bunnies and French antique chocolate moulds

Image from www.theberry.com

Easter is a week away and I am getting warm and fuzzy feelings of time spent with family...curling up with hot chocolate and spicy hot cross buns. How cute is this bunny, by the way? Instant warm and fuzzies just looking at this beautiful image...

Speaking of bunnies, we have these wonderful French chocolate moulds to make your very own chocolate bunnies! I have not attempted this myself yet, but if they do not sell before Easter, this may be my chance. Hold that thought...

Other Easter related goodies are these jelly moulds. On the left is a rare French 19th century mould depicting what appears to be a rabbit jumping. In the middle is a vintage English glass mould, depicting a rabbit. And the mould on the right is also English and is made by a company Greens, depicting a nesting chicken.

And lastly, for the children, these French wire work egg baskets would be great for an Easter egg hunt!


  1. Hi Tammy,

    AAAAWWWWWW the first image of the rabbit is SO cute, he/she looks so sad!

    I've admired other people's jelly mould colletion but have none myself. Cottee's aren't making jelly crystals anymore, although they do now have a satchel to make cold jelly!!! As long as it tastes the same, I'm digressing here......anyway

    Those baskets are lovely, couldn't you imagine styling those for a photoshoot, overflowing with easter eggs.

    Have a great weekend.

    Take care

  2. What a sweet rabbit post...i love it all...happy weekend.....love from me...xxx...

  3. Cute looking bunny. Great post.