It’s all about Spring at Our Crafty Mom and I am enjoying every minute of it! If you have visited here before you know how much I love to team up with my blogging friends to bring you decorating ideas. So this week is devoted to Spring Tablescapes with some of your favorite bloggers opening up their homes to share their Spring Tablescape ideas with you! A huge thank you to the lovely Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate for organizing this fun blog hop. If you are visiting from Belle Bleu Interiors thank you so much for being here! This blog hop began on Monday and you do not want to miss any of the blogs before me so be sure to check out the links at the end of this post. You are in for a treat!
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As I live in New England, we are used to cold winters, but this year just seemed like such a long season. So it makes the start of Spring so much more appreciated! I really couldn’t wait to decorate for Spring so lets get to my tablescape!
It has kind of a garden theme with the moss and wood slice chargers. What do you think-rustic garden? I usually start with a jumping off point and for me it all began with the “chocolate” clay bunny napkin holders that I shared here.
The same rubber stamp was used on the DIY fabric napkins and before I knew it, I was going with a bunny theme! Since I host Easter, this will also be a perfect setting for Easter dinner.
While I love to decorate for each season and Holiday, I am also mindful of my budget. Therefore, I try to not only craft items to keep costs down, but also repurpose items-like the water bottles used as bud vases in this tablescape. They are the perfect shade of blue and green and just the right size to hold a single tulip. The three tiered tray cost $6 to make from Dollar Store cake pans and candleholders. I will be sharing a tutorial for this tiered tray tomorrow.
A runner was created with wood slice planks, moss, ceramic birds and eggs to give dimension to the tablescape and really set the stage for my rustic garden theme!
My daughter and I had fun decorating eggs while she was home on Spring Break. We used a gold leaf kit for the eggs and I just love them-although she did insist on coloring eggs with the good old fashioned egg coloring kit like when she was a kid!
Four different bunny salad plates were used in this tablescape. They were purchased at the craft store for 40% off! Simple white dinner plates and my favorite wood slice chargers complete the spring place setting.
How darling is this little guy? I think he is my favorite. He reminds me of my kids favorite Easter book, Peter Rabbit.
The blue egg cups also hold a single tulip and are the perfect greeting for guests. The tulips were purchased from Trader Joe’s. Have you seen their flower selection? They have such a great variety and are very reasonably priced! They are my go to store for flowers when I want to treat myself to the real deal!
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Thank you for visiting Our Crafty Mom! I hope you enjoyed my spring tablescape. Now hop on over to Fjolla’s Table to see her Spring Tablescape. You can also start at the beginning of the hop below!
You can see my Spring Mantel here.
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