Ashley from 3 Little Greenwoods is back with another DIY project to set your table for Easter – without spending a fortune! Ashley was inspired by an embroidered dot table runner on a recent trip to Pottery Barn. It was the perfect combination of colorful, fun, AND elegant. Add expensive to that list since it […Read More]
Ashley from 3 Little Greenwoods has already been dreaming about her Easter tablescape this year from the crisp white table runner to her wedding china and crystal to a beautiful little moss-covered basket filled with sparkling Easter eggs. Ashley knew that she had better get crafting that little moss basket if she wanted to make […Read More]
What better way to dress up your table for Easter than with décor that looks good enough to eat… and actually is! It wasn’t the pretty flower arrangements or sparkling glassware that caught the eye of Jennifer from Jennifer’s Mentionables as she browsed through Pottery Barn’s Easter catalog but their tasty bird’s nest cupcakes that double as dessert and décor. How sweet is this?!?
I just love this fresh and fun spring centerpiece made by Jaime from That’s My Letter. She gathered up some wood scraps to create the rustic wheelbarrow and then filled it with homegrown wheat grass and marshmallow Peeps, which are just too stinkin’ cute! Jaime suggests also using the wheelbarrow to display plastic eggs, bread, wrapped silverware, etc… One little wheelbarrow… so many uses!
You may remember the bunny ear napkin rings shared here on KOD a couple of weeks ago. Well, Trish from Uncommon Designs also couldn’t pass up on the adding some major cuteness to her table this Easter with a set of the napkin rings. Trish’s technique results in a seamless finish with bunny ears that are super sturdy and will not fray. Plus, she says they are easy to make and may not cost you a penny if you’ve got the materials on hand like she did!
Burlap and bunnies come together again in these festive napkin rings made by Deneen at Dreaming in Color. Deneen made them at no cost using an upcycled wrapping paper tube and burlap she already had on hand. The sweet little bunny ears bring a smile to Deneen’s face and will surely delight her guests at Easter brunch!
Heather from Heather’s Helpings spied a floral arrangement on display in Pottery Barn that she loved, but it was priced at $226. She thought that she could probably make it herself, and did for just under $28! Just three items are needed to create this focal piece. Heather says, “What I love though is it’s […Read More]