Pretty Chicks

Nothing says Easter, and springtime, like some chicks and eggs as decorative pieces, tableware, candles and treats. There's a chick for everyone.

Birds and Bees

Birds and Bees are molded chicks in an egg carton. Made of 100% beeswax. 60 hours. $19.95 for carton of 6. The Bee Man Candle Co. 315.875.5382. www.beemancandles.com

Sunday Best Chicks are designed by artist Nancy Malay. Made of paper pulp and polyester. $15 each. Midwest-CBK. 800.394.4225. www.mwcbk.com

Sunday Best Chicks
Morning Meadow Hen

Morning Meadow Hen ceramic tray fits up to 12 decorated Easter eggs and can be used year round. $27. Grasslands Road. 800.444.8887. www.grasslandsroad.com

Foil Eggs in Teal can be used as Easter ornaments. $10 each. Yolka Chocolates. 801.803.9800. www.yolkachocolates.com

Foil Eggs
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