Create this sweet birdhouse tablescape to add a bit of whimsy to your decor that is perfect for spring and summer!
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This month's Pinterest Challenge is so pretty for spring. You may find that you already own things to recreate the look. I had 2 of the birdhouse and the smallest was purchased new and unfinished.
Welcome to another installment of our monthly Pinterest Challenges hosted by my sweet friend, Cindy, from County Road 407.
This month for our Pinterest Challenge, we are recreating this lovely spring tablescape centerpiece created by Hymns and Verses. Be sure to give the blog a visit. I love this idea! I created my own look using similar elements.
If you are visiting from Decor to Adore, welcome! Laura's home and decor projects are always stunning. I always leave inspired.
My Takeaway of the Elements Used
- Birdhouse as the focal point (I used 3 smaller ones)
- Basket Tray
- Round Element (I used a spring plate)
- Bird's nest (I used 2)
- Floral Fillers
- Blue Mason jar
It's been a while since Bentley has made a blog appearance. He welcomes you to today's fun Pinterest challenge.
I didn't have a birdhouse that I could use so I purchased 3 from Hobby Lobby. I came home with those and Ashlyn reminded me that we had 2 in the potting shed that she and her brother had painted one summer when they were in elementary school.
They were a rainbow of colors, and being sentimental than I am…I didn't want to touch them.
Ashlyn set me straight and insisted on using what we had. She said I had too many childhood mementos and these could be used. The 2 larger houses were the original ones that they painted. I kept one of the smaller houses from Hobby Lobby.
I pulled out 2 of my thrift store candlesticks that I painted white a few years ago. I used those to elevate 2 of the birdhouses.
The blue on the houses really brings out the blues in the china and that runner. You can see more of the dining room in this recent tour.
I love creating centerpieces in baskets because you can easily move them around. I could also use this on the island in the kitchen, a console table and even the coffee table!
Up next on the tour is my friend, Cindy, from DIY Beautify. Be sure to hop on over there for a visit.