MacKenzie-Childs Easter 2016

February 22, 2016

By Tab Byrum

 

The latest MacKenzie-Childs catalog came in the mail last week and I really like what I’m seeing, not only for everyday use but especially for Spring and Easter.

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Easter this year is March 27th so it’s not too early to start thinking about it and MacKenzie-Childs has some beautiful merchandise to help get you in the mood and to brighten up your home. There’s a new rabbit done in their world famous Courtly Check as well as well as a beaded table runner and placemats and some beautiful painted ceramic pieces. Let’s take a peek inside their Spring 2016 catalog and see what we can’t do without, Enjoy!!!
(remember to click on any words in orange and that will link you to the websites to find the company or specific merchandise)

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The Courtly Check Rabbit was the first thing to catch my eye, this guy will look so awesome mixed in an array of colors. From pink and yellow to green and blue he’ll be an amazing addition to your Easter decor. 

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I love all their specialty Easter Eggs such as this Blue Sky Pedestal Egg, a great way to add height and color to your table or holiday display. 

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Of course, the Courtly Check pattern goes with everything so the Capiz Check Goose Egg will add size and pizazz to your Spring.

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Here’s a good look at the beaded Egg Hung Placemat as well as Rosie Rabbit who is sporting pink rosebuds and a Courtly Check bow. 

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If you’re more into the natural look here’s the Rabbit Topiary, he brings a big punch of spring green to your table.

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The Taper Beeswax Bunny Candles will brighten up your table and decorations for Easter dinner. 

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This guy is perfect for serving drinks or holding flowers, check out the Simon Watering Jug this Spring. 

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So many beautiful rugs and mats for both inside and out to brighten up your floors and porch. 

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