Have a safe and enjoyable Memorial day!
Have a safe and enjoyable Memorial day!
Here is an easy and quick table scape, that I put together just in time for Easter brunch. The table is set in a rustic surroundings, with beautiful china and silver wear. Easter table is never completed without bunnies and Easter eggs. Can’t imagine Easter without PeterRabbit! He is the star of this table. He has a brand new neck tie and a basket full of Easter eggs. Come along with me, lets decorate and enjoy a blessed Easter Sunday!
Hope you have enjoyed this Easter table setup as much as I did. Please don’t forget to like this page and leave a message for me . Thankyou and have a Blessed Easter!
With Easter decorations and tablescapes, one can show off the prettiest flower arrangements and spring decorations. There is nothing classier than the old fashioned/old–school blue and white. Hand painted Easter eggs, which hang from my all season tree, and Easter eggs covered with blue and white paper napkins or serviettes. This post is for all the blue and white lovers, come along and enjoy with me.
I hope you have enjoyed the blue and white table! Please dont forget to leave a comment, that makes my day. Happy spring!!!
Finally I thought we had a warm day, but I spoke too soon. The temperature has dropped drastically overnight and the winds have picked up, anyway I am planning on bring spring indoors. I have put together a couple flower arrangements, which are easy to make and pleasing to the eyes. A few of the bunnies escaped from the Easter decoration box and have placed themselves strategicaly on the table top. They have their baskets full of miniature hyacinths, hopping from one table top to the other 🙂
Flower arrangemets directions
For this arrangement one can use two vases, one large tall vase and the second one shorter than the first one. I used a large crystal vase inserted into the second vase and filled the space between the two vases with styrofoam balls. I used the green styrofoam balls first, then the yellow balls. Please be careful when filling the vase, do not spill. Once you have filled the vase with styrofoam balls, fill the insert with cold water and place your flowers and branches as desired.
The styrofoam balls are from the dollar store. I wanted to bring more green for this arrangement.
Hope you have enjoyed my blog as much as I did, any questions please contact me @www.tableswearspearls .com. I hope I have answered all your questions about the filler and arrangement. Branches are fom my backyard.Please don’t forget to like the page and leave comments.
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner! To help celebrate and decorate, I have put together tabletop decorations and projects for the whole family. Few cabbage plates are displayed, a Leprechaun hat that is filled with green apple jelly beans, that will knock your socks off. It’s hard to keep grownups and kids off the jelly beans. Hope you enjoy my post as much as I did while creating it.
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Mr Hopper joins TablesWearsPearls from the Pier One collection. Here he is in his brand new felt black pants, red coat,and matching hat. He also carries a hand made Merry Christmas sign on his wrist.
He is the official greeter for the holiday party. He carries a stylish candy cane as his walking stick.
Mr. and Mrs. Buttercup dressed up to the nines!
The village castle and row house all decorated for the holiday party. Mini Mouse stands guard above the hilltop.
My Little Village
Blue and White vase holds the faux Poinsettias
Nutcracker table awaits our guest
Thanks for visiting, hope you have enjoyed my Christmas decor!
Red white and blue! I put together a few DIY project’s to help celebrate the 4th. Hope everyone enjoys, as much as I did. Red white and blue pleated bunting for the front porch,hand painted (CD) card board box transformed into a flower box, filled with fresh flowers and much more.
Hope everyone has enjoyed Red white and blue celebration! Please don’t forget to leave your comments. Have a great week.