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Decorating with lambs and sheep

I don’t know what is happening to me. Seriously, as I get older, the corniest shit is becoming appealing! Ten years ago I would have NEVER put a rabbit out as decor at Easter. Last year, a stroll through HomeGoods and the bunnies were hopping in my cart!

This is last year’s loot. Eggs and bunnies. 
This year I am swooning over lambs. I want a portrait of a baby lamb for Easter! Like Miss Mustard Seed’s cow below? Have you seen her cool cow painting, I love it!
Just look at this image…its so beautiful! This would hang in my home all year!
Or this… precious! 

And I probably could be tempted to add a lamb end table to my living room! Hubby might object however. But, how frigging cute are they!!
How else could I bring lambs into my decor without it looking like a baby’s nursery?
Pillows! This is cute. There’s tons of lamb and sheep fabric for sale online, so if this print doesn’t float your boat, find another and make your own cute accessories!
While I haven’t learned to knit yet, this little ceramic bowl (for holding yarn) speaks to me. I love the simplicity of it – very nordic folk artsy!
These needle-felted wool lambs are precious and I want a whole flock of them to decorate my fireplace mantel for Easter!!
Prints, posters, and paintings of lambs or sheep – I’d keep them year-round, too!
A sheep rug? This looks so luxurious (its faux). However, with a dog and small boy in the house, its just not practical, right now. And maybe too over-the-top for me.
This I would do! A vintage-style transfer to be used for any type of crafting. I could see printing this on linen and framing it. And its only a dollar on Etsy!
Well, Easter will be here before we know it, so I better get working on it! How will you decorate for Easter?