CSI Project Celebrates Easter{From the Archives}
March 16, 2015
Rosemary-Lemon Butter Recipe
March 23, 2015

Easter Tablescape{Vintage Favorites}

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This Easter table started with this old quilt that I inherited from great-grandmother as my inspiration. I loved all of the colors and thought they are perfect for spring. I also love it draped over the table like a table runner.

The plates, napkins and bunny napkin rings come out year to year but I like the challenge of creating a new tablescape every year. So, I also pulled mini milk jugs that I found on Pick Your Plum a year ago. They are just too cute and the polka dots had me at “hello.”This table combines my love of color and all things spring. The bunny ears centerpiece I found at Hobby Lobby this year.  The tea cups are from my grandmother’s china that I also inherited and love. The plates are from HomeGoods a few years ago but they have such a good selection that you are going to find dishes that you love there. I also got the napkins there but the bunny napkin rings were a Hobby Lobby find.

On the back of the chairs, I took decorative egg hangings found at The Dollar Tree. I combined 2 with yarn so that they can be another option for an Easter basket. As the kids get older (teenagers), they are not wanting the buckets and even though we still make them hunt eggs, they usually grab sacks so this way I can still have a cute option with their names on them but not spend a lot of money (like  I usually do).

Side note: If you still want your kids to hunt eggs as party pooper teenagers, just add money to some of them.  I put in $1 bills but have a few with $5 and the BIG $20. They will hunt for gas money or going to get froyo with their friends. That is frozen yogurt for us not born after 2000. They even got Mr. CSI saying it. Oy!

So, how will you decorate that Easter table this year? Maybe you have some vintage favorites passed down you can use or you can go shopping.

I mean…..darn! A shopping trip!

Always remember to Create. Share. Inpsire!

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