It’s the Spring addition of 10 minute decorating!! I’m really excited about the quick Spring arrangement I’m sharing today! A Quick Floral Arrangement With DIY Easter Egg Filler!
Floral Arrangement With DIY Easter Egg Filler
Yesterday was the first day in a loooooong time that we had sun and a bit of warmth here in the north! We’ve had such a long winter and I’m so so anxious for Spring to arrive and stay!
I can’t wait for flowers to appear in our flowerbeds and to start planting up containers of flowers for our deck and patio!
I love adding fresh flowers to our table from our garden but until they are in bloom I’ll enjoy these beautiful peach blossom branches I bought!
This is such a pretty 10 minute centerpiece idea for your Spring and Easter dining table! It would also look stunning in a coffee table tray vignette!
I used faux floral branches for my arrangement because we don’t have real flowering branches outside here yet… and I can use these faux sprays year after year.
I made up a bunch of DIY Easter Eggs to use as vase filler (they take longer than 10 minutes to make but they are pretty quick to put together too!)
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DIY Easter Eggs – I made some with music sheet paper, some with paint splatters, some with metallic speckled tissue paper and some with french script paper
You can add any type of decorative eggs if you’d like!
Fluff the 2 floral branches s a bit so some of the stems are bending down.
Put them into the glass vase.
Add eggs around stems to hold the branches in place.
Fluff and bend the branches some more so that they are drooping over the side of the vase.
Isn’t it pretty?
I’ve been moving this arrangement all around my home! Yesterday I put it on our kitchen island – it’s such a beautiful touch of Spring to any room!
I hope you enjoyed my Floral Arrangement With DIY Easter Egg Filler idea!
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Now grab a cup of coffee and see what my friends have made for Spring!
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