Another Easter Party. I look forward to see what you’ve made, and as a reward for you I have 5 Easter flowers for your table that are a real treat. Easter flowers, bouquets, centerpieces, little dashes of flowers here and there are inspiring. My kitchen, living room and office are filled with fragrant hyacinths and narcissus in my home and I can’t wait for them all to bloom.
Easter Flower Display / Bouquet #1: Bunnies and Pansies
My kitchen Easter theme is chickens, however, these bunnies are adorable also. I guess you’ve seen this Easter table decoration in blogland. I love it. While you can hide the flowers’ container with moss for a fresh, Spring look, I think a wicker basket or some terracotta would make for an equally delightful Easter table decoration.& (photo credit: one-dish-at-a-time.blogspot.it/2011/04/easter-table-top-decorating-ideas.html)
Easter Flower Display / Bouquet #2: Candle Flowers w Leafy Greens
Easter Flowers Bouquet, FineCraftGuild.com
Decorate your Easter table casually with colorful Easter flowers adorned with gingham fabric-covered votives. Stick your flowers into a wicker basket brimming with leafy green Spring vegetables. Hide in some Easter eggs if you wish. Original, fun and informal.
Easter Flowers #3: Glamorous Bouquet of Pale Yellow Flowers + Hyacinths.
This bouquet is simply gorgeous. It belongs in a more formal dinning room.
Easter Flower Display / Bouquet #4: Vintage Milk Jug w Easter Flowers
For this whimsical, casual Easter table centerpiece, I’ve filled this vintage 1 liter milk jug (a ‘family heirloom’) with Easter basket straw, some of my decorated Kinder Easter eggs (more about these tomorrow), some flowers and a baby chick for an easy, fun and festive table decoration.
Easter Flower Display / Bouquet #5: Friendly Easter Flowers Table Bouquet
Photo credit: Good Housekeeping (Goodhousekeeping.com/holidays/easter-ideas/g2217/easter-decorations)
Pick all the pastel flowers you can find in the flowers shop and add some sprigs from the garden, and some faux eggs on a stick. Place in white vases. This is so simple, yet elegant and friendly an Easter table setting. I love these Easter flowers here. Don’t you?!
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And now it’s …
TIME FOR A PARTY.
Scalloped Leather Pouch Pattern
Of last week’s various linky party, here’s the top Linky party submission that was visited most:
Monster Circus made something fabulous again: a scalloped pouch. And she teaches us visually how to make one too. Rather than showing you the end result, I thought to show some of her instructions instead.
And here’s the linky party for all of us. Given the various positive reactions I received re. doing this, I will continue splitting things out:
- Party 1. Regular Linky Party, for anything else
- Party 2. Easter Projects.
- Party 3. Recipes.
Please put your projects in the right party.
- Must do: link back. Share, tweet, blog about and/or pin the party.
- Nice to do: visit others in the party.
Regular Linky Party
How To Link Back to the Party
The only party rule is to LINK BACK. Please. From your blog to this blog. In-post or sidebar best. A text link (Fine Craft Guild) in your post is fine!
Or, use the code in this box instead to post an image on your blog to link back to the party. Both OK.
Thank you for joining the party. We love having you here!