I am loving the signs of spring popping up around here!
My husband pruned some of his parents fruit trees the other day and brought home the branches to throw in the burn pile. I rescued some and brought them into the house.
Fruit tree blossoms in a mason jar(actually a spaghetti sauce jar).
I love the simplicity of this...so sweet and pretty.
The table runner is two placemats placed side by side.
Placemats, mason jars, Dollar Tree Hurricane, Fabric Covered Tealights,
and some throwaway branches from pruning = a FREE tablescape for Spring.
It's even pretty from down here! ;)
Linking up with these lovely linky parties:)
The branches look beautiful, Amy. Love that you're still rocking the adorable tealights!
We are currently living in Germany and the tradition for Easter is to use cut branches as your Easter tree to hang hand decorated, blown, eggs. I love how it brings the Spring indoors! Your branches are stunning and the candles are lovely.
I love the blooming branches! The whole tablescape is lovely and cheerful! Enjoy the spring indoors. :)
So beautiful! I love it!
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Looks awesome, I love it!
I made several of the dollar tree vases. So easy and so pretty.
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wow that looks AMAZING!!!!!!! Dollar tree.....please thats so great!
Looks lovely, I so do enjoy a good tablescape! Nice work, I hope you'll pop by my blog sometime, www.icantstopcrafting.blogspot.com
Oh, love your spring decor!! So festive...great job!
Love it! Thanks for linking up to Mad Skills Monday!
I am a new follower. Stopping by to invite you to join Thrifty Thursday. Have a wonderful day. Blessings!
So simple and beautiful! I just featured your tablescape on my blog! :) http://www.polishthestars.com/2011/04/link-party-monday-14.html
You have some mad photog skills. What camera are you using these days? I am in the market for something other than my iphone...LOL...
That first pic is stunning...
Thanks for sharing at Creative Juice...
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