Looking for unique ideas on how to decorate your table for Easter? The Easter Tablescape Blog Hop includes over 25 unique table setting ideas!
Hey there Sweet Friends, Easter is just around the corner and it’s almost time to get the table ready! I find, whether I am spending a holiday alone or with many, the table setting really brightens the time. Whether your table is already decorated or your looking for ideas, you are sure to get some fresh inspiration today at the Easter Tablescape Blog Hop.
Easter Table Setting!
Today is all about Easter Tablescapes. I want to wish you a warm welcome. If you are new to Create With Cynthia, please do subscribe and check out my other channels, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and You Tube.
Easter is one of my favorite times of year and I love setting the table for this amazing holiday..
There are so many different ways to set an Easter table, but I thought it would be fun to create a centerpiece full of Easter Eggs and Spindle Carrots.
My Easter table was inspired by all of the Easter Crafts I have been doing in my home. Easter Eggs, Carrots, Bunnies and Flowers have been on my mind since March!
For this tablescape, I am using the centerpiece I created on my HomeTalk TV episode where I made Vintage Clothespin Carrots. Please hop on over to HomeTalk TV and follow me. If you hit the follow button you won’t miss my upcoming shows. Click here to follow me on HomeTalk TV. Thanks in advance.
I used an old shadow boxes for the centerpiece. I painted and added handles to the shadow box. Then I added faux grass with my Easter Eggs, Vintage Clothespin Carrots and my Spindle Carrots. For additional Easter centerpiece ideas check out “Vintage Spring Decorating With Carrots!”
Last week, when I was rummaging through my craft closet I pulled out my Iron Orchid Designs Clay, Moulds and DIY Paint. With those products, I created some Easter Eggs with flowers. They paired perfectly with the carrots in my centerpiece.
Dyed Easter Eggs just aren’t my thang anymore. Have you started Easter Egg decorating? If not, check out my video, “Easter Eggs with Clay and Moulds” on You Tube so that you can re-create these beautiful eggs. It’s a fun and easy project the whole family can participate in. You can visit my online store CreateWithCynthiaShop.com to purchase the clay, moulds and paint.
Every table needs some birds and a bunny, and these cute critters were found a couple of years back. This season I’ve also created No-Sew Painted Drop Cloth Bunnies and there is a video on You Tube called “Painted Drop Cloth Bunnies and a Story About My Pups.”
On my table I placed a macrame table runner. I love how the macrame pops against the dark wood table. For each placesetting I used cabbage leaf placemats, then Antique Scalloped Charger Plates and then my white Fiesta Ware dishes. I love using my Modern Vintage Goblets and Amber Drink Glasses. The silverware is from Ikea. These are my everyday dishes that make life super simple! Each placesetting has a small milk can full of flowers. I’ve folded the gold colored napkins under the salad plate to add a little more color to my table.
Here are the links for my place settings if you’d like to recreate this look. I chose the following:
- Caspari Leaf Die Cut Placemats from Amazon.
- Antique Ivory Scallop Chargers from Pier One.
- Macrame Table Runner from Amazon.
- Fiesta White 3 Piece Classic Set Dishes from Macy’s.
- Modern Vintage Goblets from Macy’s.
- Amber Drinking Glasses I picked up at an Antique Mall last year.
- The Flatware from Ikea.
And of course on the wall I hung my Easter artwork that I created last year. The artwork was stenciled using Essential Stencils and A Maker’s Studio paints. You can purchase these products through my website CreateWithCynthiaShop.com.
Now go out there and Create Something!