Easter Bunny Centerpiece

I thought I’d show you how I made the flowers that I used in the centerpiece that was in my Purple Tablescape for Easter.  The centerpiece not only had glittered eggs in the center of the roses, but were used among the roses.  It was easy to do, even though they look don’t look it, and by changing the color of the eggs, you can change the complete look of the centerpiece.

Easter Bunny Centerpiece

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Easter Egg Candle Holders

When I found some over-sized, chalk painted Easter eggs at Walmart, I just had to grab them up.  As soon as I saw them, I got this idea in my head.  By now, you know that when I get one of those ideas, I have to go with it.  This is what I came up with.

They were easy to do & I can’t wait to use them in a tablescape.

Easter Egg Candle Holders

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Happy Easter Vignette

If you’re looking for a quick and easy Easter decoration, here it is.  The hardest part of this one is waiting for the paint to dry.  This can be customized easily just by changing the colors used, or the saying of your choice.

Here’s how I made the Happy Easter Vignette:

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Easter Towel

I have a bad habit of picking up towels when they’re on sale.  Since I like to sew, I know that I can always change them up to match what ever theme or color that I’m using at the time.  It doesn’t matter what color they are, I’ll find a way to use them & decorate them to make them work in my home.  And isn’t that what crafting is all about?  Why have a plain white towel hanging in your home when you can have a decorated one?

I had a little left over fabric from my Easter Place Mats, so I thought I might bring some of the fabric into the kitchen.  There wasn’t very much fabric left over, but there was enough to trim one side of a hand towel.

The Easter Towel was given 2 different looks.  I put fabric on one side and ribbon & an applique on the other side.  I like having reversible items, mainly because I like change. (at least when I can control it.)

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Easter Bonnet Door Hanging

I’m still decorating for Easter.  I certainly couldn’t have a St. Patrick’s Day Wreath on the door for Easter.  Because the theme for this year is purple & eggs, I wanted to put both of those into the door hanging.  Instead of the traditional wreath, I chose an Easter Bonnet this year.  This was one of the easiest door hangings that I’ve done in a very long time.  I hope you enjoy it & will try one for yourself.

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Easter Bunny Display

I’d seen something similar to this on-line & thought I’d make a much less expensive version.  It was a little time consuming, but the results were worth it.  This little display adds a pop of bright colors to where ever you place it. Continue reading

Purple Easter Tablescape

Purple is the color to help spread epilepsy awareness, so I’m posting this today in honor of it.

What a difference a placemat makes.  I turned over the Easter Tablescape Place Mat to the solid side to make this tablescape.  I love the color purple, but living in a household full of men, I don’t usually use the color around our home.  (it’s not really a ‘manly’ color)  But for Easter, I couldn’t resist.   I hope you enjoy our Easter Table Scape.

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Easter Tablescape

It’s almost Easter!  Time for a new tablescape!  I love doing these.  They brighten up the dining area & with a plate change, the whole table looks different.  Using the Easter place mats that I made, I created 2 looks using  the patterned side.  I thought I’d share them with you.

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Easter Place Mats

Spring is right around the corner!  And that means that Easter will be here before you know it.  Time to change out the St. Patrick’s Day decorations & replace them with all of the pastels of Easter.

There were so many beautiful fabrics to choose from this year.  I spent more time in Joanne Fabrics than I should have, but I finally found a theme for this year.  Easter Eggs!  And the fabric that I found had so many lovely colors in it.  I checked the color sample area of the fabric & really had to debate on which color I wanted to go with this year. 

Since I live in a household full of men, I don’t use my favorite color very often.  (not exactly a ‘manly’ color)  But, I just had to go with Lilac for my tablescape.  I couldn’t resist it.

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