Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Easter Table

We had a wonderful Easter, my daughter was home from college and it was wonderful to feel as if my nest was full. Hubby, son, daughter and me..what could be better!! The last few years since its just been us, I have switched from formal dining in the dining room for Easter to a more casual lunch in the breakfast room. I love to look out into the backyard and watch nature as we eat and visit. So here is my little tablescape for Easter.




See those little nests the chicks are sitting in, my hubby referred to them as muppet hair when I was making them, but he agreed they came out pretty good.




I'm a bunny lover..can you tell?




I decided to use make eggs to use as place cards..I love the way they came out.




































I used the dining room as a buffet table..these are my red velvet egg shaped cakeballs. They tasted better than they looked..lol



























Hope you enjoyed my little tablescape tour!




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6 comments:

Lana K. W. Austin said...

I love that you used the eggs as placecards and the varying heights for your centerpiece is just grand!!!

And red velvet egg shaped little cakes--wonderful!!!!

A late Happy Easter to you,
Lana

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Very pretty and festive! Lovin' the egg placecards! Looks like you had quite a feast-enjoy:@)

NYCLQ said...

Looks lovely! LOVE the white carnation ball!

:D Lynda

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Mmmm, everything looks delicious, Margaret! I'm a bunny lover, too - no shame in it! : ) I think your nests look great and I love all your candlesticks used as pedestals. That flowered ball(?) makes for a fabulous centerpiece. Did you make that, too?

Margaret said...

Yes, I made the flower ball, the nests, the eggs and the egg placecards..All simple projects you can use year after year.

harriette said...

I love all of your easter ideas! and the rest of your blog too!
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