spring kitchen tablescape

Spring tablescape
Remember these pretty, little white blooms I shared last time?  You can see them here.
Well, there’s a ton of them in the front yard.
And they are so sweet and delicate.
So I wanted to use them inside somehow.
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But they are so small I was having a hard time figuring out what type of vessel to showcase them in.
And then it HIT me!  Eggshells!   They are the perfect size and they totally lend themselves to the season.
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I’ve seen versions of this throughout blogland and pintrest and magazines, and you get the idea.
But I’ve never done it myself.
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I wanted to create a special table for our family since we aren’t hosting easter this year.
The kids love to celebrate holidays so I didn’t want to disappoint.
Plus I love to do it so I had to think of something.
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Well, come to find out we will be hosting easter after all.
So now II’m in full preparation mode.
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There’s still some easter projects I haven’t completed so I’m sprinting to the finish line.
You all know what I’m talking about.
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Our easter menu stays pretty consistant when we host with just a few tweaks here and there (apps &|or dessert).
I need to finalize Master & Miss Masterpiece’s baskets.  As well as add party favors for our guests.
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If I get my act together in time I will share the easter tablescape I use this year.
You can see some of my previous tablescapes here.
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You will find me prepping, shopping, cleaning and tweaking around here the rest of the week.
Happy holiday planning!
sharing @:
tweak it tuesday @ cozy little house
talk of the town @ my salvaged treasures
the inspiration board @ carolyn’s homework
swing into spring @ diy by design
wordless wednesday @ oh my heartsie girl
wow @ savvy southern style
wake-up wednesday @ god’s growing garden
vintage charm @ charm bracelet diva
home & garden thursday @ a delightsome life
syc @ have a daily cup of mrs. olson
home sweet home @ the charm of home
diy like a boss @ table & hearth
share your style @ little farmstead
feathered nest friday @ french country cottage
shabbilicious friday @ shabby art boutique
morning cup of joe @ the cottage market
simple&sweet @ rooted in thyme
friday’s 5 features @ diy-vintage-chic
pinworthy projects @ just us 4
5 star frou frou @ a tray of bliss
craft frenzy friday @ craft dictator
the creative collection @ the crafted sparrow
party palooza @ i heart naptime
the inspiration gallery @ craftberry bush
saturday sparks @ pieced pastimes
share it one more time @ lilacs & longhorns
bouquet of talent @ life on lakeshore drive
amaze me monday @ dwellings-the heart of home
sundays at home @ love of home
creative corner @ curly crafty mom
the scoop @ stonegable
show&share @ coastal charm
inspire me monday @ my uncommon slice of suburbia
mmm @ keeping it simple
motivation monday @ making our life matter
celebrate your story @ the sweet sensations
metamorphis monday @ between naps on the porch
inspire me tuesday @ a stroll thru life
be inspired @ elizabeth&co.



  1. Those are so precious and adorable! I love that idea. I will be pinning this for sure! I hosted Easter this year, but had to move my big old toolbox to make room for all of the food. These would have been lovely additions to the table! Thanks so much for coming to the party!

  2. The color of the eggs are so soft and I love the feel of this table. Looking forward to seeing what you come up with next.

  3. Everything about this table is charming and inviting. I have similar white egg cups, and I’m going to try little flower blooms in an egg as you’ve done. Also thing the cloche with the eggs is a fun look. I did something like that on a smaller scale. Thanks for the inspiration and Happy Easter.

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