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Spring-Easter Tablescapes and Decor

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I love decorating for spring and planning for Easter! Simple and easy SpringEaster Tablescapes and decor; these are simple and inexpensive ideas; many using items you may already have around your home. I love Easter, for all it signifies, most importantly New Life in Christ!


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I love putting together a pretty centerpiece, it’s usually how I begin my tablescape and then my inspiration the rest follows in color, look and style.

For the below centerpiece, I harvested some of my hyacinths, purchased alstroemeria and snipped some fresh lilac branches. Placed it in a mason jar filled with water, inside of a pretty rustic pot and covered the top with fresh moss. 

An easy and cheap spring floral arrangement

You don’t have to spend a lot to make a pretty arrangement. I always look in the floral discount section of our market, I regularly find flowers that still have a 4-7 days in them for $1-3 a bunch. Also don’t be afraid to mix nice quality silk flowers with real ones!

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Simple Steps to Create this Centerpiece

  • A simple square vase
  • Insert a small mason jar (or a jelly jar or old candle jar) insert into center of vase, should be slightly lower than your vase.
  • Tuck paper shreds (change the color to go with your tablescape) between mason jar and vase, sprinkling in Cadbury Mini Eggs, Jelly Beans, or tiny faux eggs.
  • Carefully fill center mason jar with water.
  • Snip your stems with floral or kitchen shears or a sharp kitchen knife
  • Arrange primary flower first, then fill in with filler flower. I used tulips and spider mums. I left the tulips long, so they arched out from the vase, adding visual interest and whimsy; be sure to strip any leaves that will be in water.
  • Try other spring flowers that are cheap and easy to arrange as well, like; hyacinth, chamomile, alstroemeria, hydrangea, ranunculus, and daffodils.
  • I placed it all on a nest of natural paper shreds.

Using artificial forsythia (you could certainly use real), I placed a smaller vase of similar proportions inside a larger vase. Carefully poured in some river pebbles (between the two vases) and used faux eggs to anchor in my forsythia branches along with some pretty artificial snowball flowers.

4 pictures showing various angles of spring floral arrangment

Pretty easy! Flowers are such a cheap way to decorate!

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I placed a candle in an old mason jar, tied with a seasonal ribbon and you can see I filled some egg cups filled with jelly beans for additional pops of color and Voilà beautiful, easy, Easter table

I had some cute Easter baking cups with Easter picks, but instead of making cupcakes, I filled them with colorful Easter candies, adding a pretty, bright, complimentary pop of color to each place setting and of course chocolate, in case anyone goes hungry! wink-wink!

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Pretty cute don’t you think? And easy, that’s what I’m about, easy, pretty, sunny, pops of color!

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Happy Easter friends, I pray your day is filled with joy, love, good food and loads of HOPE!

Kathleen Pope, The Fresh Cooky.

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Hi, I’m Kathleen Pope. Here at The Fresh Cooky you will find easy, mostly from-scratch, trusted recipes for all occasions. From speedy dinners to tasty desserts, with easy step-by-step instructions. I am here to help teach you how to make mouthwatering recipes without spending hours in the kitchen. Read more about Kathleen here.

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