SPRING HAS SPRUNG!
We made these affordable table linens using yellow gingham fabric. For the centerpiece, a white planter was tied with gingham and grosgrain ribbons around the top (use hot glue to secure if needed). Fill the planter with wheatgrass from a pet store and poke white silk daisies into the grass. A wooden egg painted pink and lettered with a paint pin nestles in a ribbon-wrapped ramekin full of wheatgrass to make a unique place card.
Easter Egg Vase. From Better Homes and Gardens: "Start with a large-mouth clear cookie jar or canister and place a clear drinking glass in the center. Gently stack dyed, hard-cooked eggs between the glass and jar, alternating egg colors. Fill the glass with water. Cut the stems of your favorite flowers (we used roses, gerbera daisies, tulips, hyacinth, and bells of Ireland) to the desired length, and arrange them in the glass." Could also do with plastic eggs.
Easter Egg Vase
light up plant pots - hmmm, very interesting!
Hyacinths and tulips in shades of lilacs & lavender in a simple paper bag vase! >> So beautiful! Would make lovely table centerpieces.