We, at Take Six, would like to say a huge THANK YOU to my daughter, Nicole. She did all the work for our blog move from Blogger to Word Press. Not only did she move us, but she designed our new home and decorated it! It would never have happened without her. We love you Colie! XO
Now, come on in to the dining room and pull up a chair.
As I began to think about my Easter table, I looked through my tablecloths for inspiration. Last Spring, when my daughter and I were in Oklahoma I found this tablecloth at Home Goods. I haven’t used it and thought I would try it out for Easter. I have to admit, I struggled at first with the busyness of the pattern, but once I put the white shutter on the table as a runner, I knew a vintage twist would be awesome with it.
I used mismatching plates for both the white ones and the blue patterned plates on top. With the exception of two of the blue patterned plates, they all came from thrift stores.
What would make a better farmhouse type Easter basket than a Mason jar. I found this idea on Pinterest from “Dixie Delights”. I love it! I used bakers twine on some of mine like she did, but I also liked the hemp string as well. So I just used both!
Tiny grapevine wreaths from Michaels make a cute napkin ring and carry the grapevine/nest theme through from the centerpiece.
These cute little bunnies around the centerpiece came from the Dollarama. There are three different poses. I call them Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cottontail.
I love the fact that you can buy tulips so reasonably in the grocery stores now. One bundle is a great statement, but if one is great…three is simply awesome! How about that photograph below! More awesomeness!
Bring on Spring!!
Photos Courtesy of Nicole Payzant Photography.
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