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Easter and Spring Centerpieces

April 7, 2011

I found these beautiful centerpieces for your Easter or spring table at Martha Stewart. You know I like simple, so I chose centerpieces that give big impact with the least effort. I think even I could make any of these, and some of them could be simplified even more. Click on each link to get directions, and don’t miss the link at the end. You’ll find directions for 35 centerpieces.

What could be sweeter than a Paper Basket Boquet?~

I made a Lilac Centerpiece like this for a baby shower and smaller versions

to place around the house. Beautiful and oh-so-simple!~

If you don’t have the cake stands to create this arrangement of Tiered Bouquets,

just place a few egg cups in a row down the center of your table,

or one eggcup bouquet at each place setting.


This African Violets Basket may be the easiest of all. Just place pots of African

violets in a pretty basket and wrap the handle with a pink grosgrain ribbon.



Make a simple grid with floral tape, bundle small bouquets of  flowers together,

and  Place Garden Flowers in a Fruit Compote. Violet Muscari latifolium and tight blooms of

Ranunculu are used here, but you could use your favorite flowers.


Get all the beauty at Martha Stewart.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Lynnette Carlson permalink
    November 11, 2011 11:18 am

    wow!! You are awsomely brilliant!! I love repurposing and reusing what is around my house and you are very clever with your ideas!! Can’t wait to see more!!

  2. May 2, 2014 3:16 pm

    People should wear what they want,rather than blindly follow others.


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