Easy Easter Centerpiece (Southern Living Copycat)

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Last weekend I had so much fun pulling out my Easter boxes and decorating my home for the season.  My kitchen table was one spot that didn’t get a decoration over the weekend.  I knew I wanted to do a centerpiece for my table, but I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do.  While browsing the latest Southern Living on Sunday night, I spotted a centerpiece made for a children’s table that I loved.  After a quick trip to the grocery store after work on Monday, I had what I needed to make my centerpiece.

Southern Living and Sweet Pea Easter Centerpieces

 

The Southern Living Easter centerpiece uses fresh flowers.  I used faux since it was pouring down snow when I made this!  If I decide to use fresh flowers later on, it will be easy enough to switch them out.

Easy Easter Centerpiece

 

The white chocolate bunny smells so good!  I’m sure he’ll be enjoyed next month when it’s time to put the Easter decorations away.

Easter Centerpiece with Chocolate

 

This idea would also look pretty as part of a vignette on a table or maybe even on your kitchen counter.

Easter Centerpiece

 

I shared my latest Easter craft project earlier this week, striped eggs.  I made these with thrifted friendship bracelet string.

Striped Easter Eggs

If you have a dog or cat, you’ll want to enter the giveaway for a box of treats for your dog or cat from PetBox.

Sherman with his petbox

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Comments

  1. Love it Paula! Awesome copy cat!

  2. So easy, but so pretty. Great job! Are those split peas the bunny is sitting on? Great use for them.

  3. You have far better restraint than me! I don’t think I could leave chocolate in plain sight like that…except it is too cute to eat! I love how it is made from mainly items you could find in the kitchen.

  4. What a fun way to bring Spring to the table! Love it Paula!

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