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March 20, 2019

The Easter Collection



The Easter Collection

Easter is always a welcome celebration in our family.  We've had a welcomed rest after the holidays, usually suffered through a boring winter and are ready to celebrate the emergence of blossoms, blooms and fresh air.  I've compiled my Easter Essentials here - many are actually Everyday Essentials, too, that can be used in many different ways.

Table Setting :

-Basket Centerpiece made using Wet Foam Block
-Terracotta Pot Place cards with Eggs or Bulbs
-Buttercup Blockprint Napkins
-Gingham wrapped gifts

I'll walk you through creating the centerpiece and the place cards later this week!



The Bunny Cake!

One of my post popular posts of all time : ).  Granny would be proud!

I use an 8" Cake Pan + Parchment Paper + Sage Moss to create this entire look.  Details are in this post.



I'm planning an entire post to creating darling Easter Baskets later this week - stay tuned for that.  But in the meantime, here are the supplies I use.

Cello Bags
Ribbons
Tags
Wrapping Paper


Parchment Wrapped (parchment paper's use is endless) Banana Bread tied with Blue Bunny Tag



The Classic Bunny Tag




Speaking of darling Easter Baskets.  These little tiny mice in boxes are just the cutest thing to tuck into an Easter Basket.  We just restocked them!




The softest little bunnies for baskets.  Each year, Emma gets a little bunny tucked into her Easter Basket - these are the sweetest, softest little versions.



Little Lemon Tarts are a great make-ahead dessert for Easter - or any spring party.


 I've added Preserved Green Moss to the store - I use it often to hide dirt in potted plants.



I love these little pots.  I used them here for place cards, filling them with moss and little buds.

For the place card, you can write a name on an egg with a sharpie, or plant a little bulb in it.  Easily tie a ribbon around with a tag for the name.  So sweet for a luncheon or shower favor.


I created this centerpiece using a block of wet floral foam - I've added them to the store!


More DIY details to come!



Watering Can Tablets & Tags


Basket Tablets & Tags


Spring Wrapping Papers Collection








Tessa, from NineandSixteen.com, has long been a source of inspiration for me.  We've gotten to know each other personally over the last 7 years through our blogs.  I'm constantly consulting her for product ideas, travel recommendations and decorating my own home.  Her insights are always spot on - one of those people that knows your own style better than you do!  I asked her to design a wrapping paper for the Holiday Collection with the direction - "What is your dream paper?"  We texted back and forth for about 20 minutes and this design was born.  
**I"ve updated Tessa's paper for spring in another one of her signature colors, a slate grey blue.
4 sheets of wrap packaged in a Kraft Tube.
Each sheet is 36" x 24"







Meadow Linen Napkins












These are lovely for a hostess gift - I often include one wrapped around a loaf of banana bread (in parchment or a cello bag), tied with a ribbon.












I've perked up our hearth room with fresh linens.



Our Pillows come in the following sizes :

22" Large Pillow Covers
20" Medium Pillow Covers
Rectangle Accent Covers


I use Ikea inserts for all of the Cushion Covers in my store.  So, you can invest in the inserts from Ikea (inexpensive!!) once, and then switch out covers from my store each season like I do.


Ikea 26" Insert  ($9.99) for my 22" Pillow Covers

Ikea 20" Insert ($5.99) for my 20" Pillow Covers

Ikea Rectangle 26x16" Insert ($6.99) for my Rectangle Pillow Cover







I'll update later this week with DIY tutorials for the floral arrangements later this week!

Shop the entire Spring & Easter Collection >


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