Sunday, March 17, 2013

Easter Table.

This year Easter dinner will be at my house.  I wanted to start working on the table and made a quick table runner from osnaburg.   Just a quick serging of the edges, turned under and topstitched the hem.

To add a bit for the Easter theme, think bunnies.  I cut a couple of bunnies from vinyl and applied to each end of the runner.  Then using a pit of paint, I painted the bunnies, with the vinyl as the stencil.

They turned out pretty good.

I added a couple of bunnies, I found at Joann's, my hurricane candle holders filled with decorative eggs, burlap wreaths from Ballard's on close-out, a vase filled with tulips finish the spring look.






A bit of fun and spring color.  Now to plan the menu!

6 comments:

  1. Great Easter table, Lori! Love the runner.

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  2. Your table looks fabulous. Isn't the menu always the same? It is at my house. :) g

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  3. Fun! I agree gMarie....menu is a no brainer. There would be anarchy if I changed it!

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  4. Cute! Your table is so festive and fun! I do a different menu every year, too, and love planning it. Easter is the one holiday meal I can get away with changing. :)

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  5. Love your Easter 'tablescape' and was inspired by your Ballard Designs burlap wreaths to 'make' my own. I've linked to you in the post I wrote today, http://pieceworktreasures.blogspot.com/2013/04/a-burlap-wreath-inspired-by-ballard.html
    but wasn't sure if it'd be okay to use one of your cute photos. If it's okay, I'd still love to add one.

    I enjoy your blog and have begun making my own clothes recently and am learning lots from what you share. Thank you!

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