Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Simple Spring Vignettes
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I am a romantic who oftentimes admires décor that is ornate and elaborate, even over-the-top. However, sometimes keeping things pared-down and simple can be just as lovely. Today's post will feature two very simple spring vignettes you can do easily. I hope you enjoy the post.
The antique tea cart in my living/dining room area is usually reserved for a simple floral arrangement.
I began by placing the birdcage on the top shelf.
In the other corner, I placed a basket filled with eggs I painted.
To change the scenery, I began with a cleared cart.
In the center of the bottom shelf, placed a cute little birdhouse in blue, which is a color featured prominently through my house.
On the top shelf, I placed two pre-made Easter vignette baskets. To view the tutorial to make these, please visit the post on my blog The Crafting Table by clicking here.
In between the two baskets, I placed a basket of my handmade mottled eggs. If you would like to view this tutorial, you may do so by clicking here.
Here, I reversed the egg basket and birdcage.
These eggs were very simple. They are styrofoam eggs painted in this pretty pearl color. I love Martha Stewart paints!
After painting, I placed Spanish moss into a simple basket.
Next, I placed this dainty saucer,
followed by its coordinating cup,
A couple more: :)
Elements of this vignette:
Styrofoam eggs, The Dollar Tree
Basket, The Dollar Tree
Birdcage, Michael's Crafts
Martha Stewart Paint, Michael's Crafts
Nesting coffee cup, saucer, and teapot, Royal Albert Polka Blue, from HomeGoods
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