Easter Vignette Ideas
With Easter right around the corner, I'm sharing some quick ideas for Easter Vignettes!
I'd like to give a big thank you to my sweet friend, Amber from Follow the Yellow brick Home, for organizing such a fabulous tour.
With us spending all of our time at home these days, I'm enjoying keeping busy with homemaking. Last week, I spend a lot of time in the yard. We are expecting another nice few days ahead so I expect that we will be heading back out to work in the yard.
Today I'm going to share a new vignette in the kitchen, others in our home from this year and a few favorites from the past.
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I forgot that I had this grainsack board that I painted several years ago. It's amazing what I'm finding around the house during quarantine!
The plate is part of a plate set that I purchased about 17 years ago while in Berlin, Germany. They used to hang on my daughter's bedroom wall. The bunny used to be in her nursery, and she still has it on her bookcase. I borrowed it for the vignette. Don't tell her!
Here are the details on the grain sack board. You can find the tutorial HERE.
Baskets are fabulous for creating vignettes that become portable! You can find this one and the entire Easter Breakfast Room HERE.
While we are bing honest, I always borrow this bunny from my daughter's room as well. It's her door stop! You can find this vignette in our family room this year.
This is the corner of our fireplace in our master bedroom. Isn't that bunny sweet! You can see our spring bedroom HERE.
Here are some favorite vignettes from Easter Past!
This is one of my most favorite Easter projects to date. It started as a thrift store urn. You can find it HERE.
That thrift store bowl makeover was made for this bunny! You can find the tutorial HERE.
Notice that basket and bunny! FInd out how to create this basket look HERE.
Here is a simple Easter tablescape in our dining room.
Here is the bunny and the basket again from previous years.
Up next on the tour is Botanic Bleu! You are in for a spring treat!!
Check out the other gorgeous Easter ideas!