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March 31, 2020

Bunnies On The Move

Welcome to the Easter Tablescape blog hop!  
Once again Chloe of Celebrate and Decorate is hosting and the links for the other bloggers are down below.

 My bunnies are on the move!  They're collecting easter eggs and carrots!

 I created this basket of flowers with a variety of tulips, hydrangeas, lily of the valley, a magnolia and some filler.

 The hydrangeas I chose are a deep pink/coral and the yellow tulips really pop!

 The dishes are my fine china by Noritake called Yoshino, and the cute little bunny plates are by Ciroa but they have no pattern name (I got them at Home Goods).  I knew when I saw them they'd go well with my china pattern.

 Isn't this a sweet face!

 Arent' these napkin rings the cutest!  I knew as soon as I spotted them at Pier 1 I had to have them. 

 I like how the plate has a lattice design along the edge and is repeated in the pattern of the napkins and the placemats.

 The tablecloth was another find at Home Goods and is by Martha Stewart.  It's a good neutral color and will go with any Easter table setting.

 This table runner had a nice embroidery design which you can use for spring or summer.  I liked the color of green and figured it go well with the china.

 So Bunnies On the Move starts with this pair of bunnies heading to make deliveries!  I stuck that carrot on the front of the bike (for a little incentive!). 

 I just poked the carrot into this metal piece and it snugged right up.  This bunny set on the bike was made by FAO Schwarz.  I also added the ribbons.

 And here's another bunny on the move!  She's sporting about in an adorably crafted car and delivering eggs and munching on carrots!  I nestled some mini carrots around her back.


Sugar and creamer for our coffee.  

 The sun was cooperating and lightened up the room so I could get some good pictures!

Thank you for coming along with my Bunnies On The Move!  Please check out these other bloggers posts listed below!

Celebrate & Decorate  ๐Ÿฐ  Panoply  ๐Ÿฐ  Create With Cynthia  
 Belle Blue Interiors  ๐Ÿฐ  Everyday Living  
๐Ÿฐ   Life and Linda  
 At Home with Jemma  ๐Ÿฐ  The Painted Apron  
  Our Crafty Mom  ๐Ÿฐ Zucchini Sisters  ๐Ÿ‡ 

 I am also joining:
Between Naps On The Porch
For
Tablescape Thursday

March 27, 2020

Easter Vignette On The Credenza

 This is my first Easter decorating.

 First on the dining table I nestled some carrots in my tray/basket and centered a candle in there.  


 I spotted this bunny a while back at Home Goods and grabbed him right up.  I found some ivy to go in his back and...

 I nestled some eggs in there too.

 Isn't this the cutest!  I also found it at Home Goods.  Couldn't resist it!

 Keeping some of the original pieces on the credenza I just added a pile of eggs to this candle holder. 

 Just a bit of  cutness!
The white tulips came from Pottery Barn several years ago.  They have a pretty realistic look to them!

So thats my Easter Vignette On The Credenza (and table)!

March 19, 2020

Springtime Profusion Of Color

 I began this tablescape with a bouquet of flowers!

 I went to my drawer where I keep tablecloths and came across this one and then the whole thing came together.

I wish I knew the pattern name but it came from Williams Sonoma

 I sent hubby out to buy a bouquet from Sam's Club.  We live a short distance from there so he made the run early in the morning.  This bouquet is full of so many flowers I couldn't have been more happy.  They've still have a bit of opening up to do but I decided to go ahead with pictures.

A sugar and creamer set with a fleur de lis pattern

 I picked a profusion of patterns and colors for this one!  The coffee cups and striped plates came from One King's Lane and have no pattern name on them.  The red plates are by 222 Fifth, they are a retired pattern.  The green checked napkins and napkin rings came from Pier 1.

 Can't wait for spring to pop around here!

 Sunflowers, Red Roses, Green Mums, Yellow Mums, Deep Red Alstoemeria, Orange Daylilies and Statice


Happy Spring! 

Wishing you all the best during these uncertain times.  
Pray for our Country and everyone else affected by this virus.

Joining:
Between Naps On The Porch
For
Tablescape Thursday #600

March 16, 2020

St. Patrick's Day Revisited

 I've put together some blog posts that I've done for St. Patrick's Day in the past.
This one was called Picnic On The Green

 Pistachio Muffins
I used a clay plant tray for a charger and a wee one for the muffin!

 Showing off the clover decorated lace tablecloth.

 This was my Dining At The Pub feature. I cut out the top of this hat and made an arrangement for it.  Then I stacked it on top of a miniature wooden keg.

 A pot for Irish Stew with a Leprechaun and gold coins!


 A frequently used china with Shamrocks

 I mixed my Devon Cottage dishes with the cabbage dishes layered on a cabbage leaf placemat.





 This one I did as a Happy Birthday and St. Patrick's Day celebration 
I created a centerpiece of bakery goodies!

 I used the shamrock china again and combination of the cabbage leaf dishes with a galvanized charger accented with white dishes.

 
Aren't these the cutest!  They are a pair of Byer's Choice caroler's.

 I created a centerpiece with preparations for tea!

 I layered some green and gold garlands on the chandelier.

 The shamrock dish was a find at Michael's and I kept everything pretty white with a little green mixed in.

 Cute little hats found at a local store that sells lots of party goods.

 
 So that's it for my St.Patrick's Day Revisited
Wishing you a very happy one!



March 8, 2020

Dining In a Potpourri of Lavender and Blue



Greetings and thank you for joining me for my 
Dining In A Potpourri Of Lavender And Blue! 

I chose a mix of blues and lavender colors for this tablescape. 
You'll also notice my Thanksgivng Cactus is blooming in the background.  This is the third time it's bloomed since I brought it back inside last fall.  I think it likes being outdoors through the summer!

I got this vase from Holland, Michigan and since spring is arriving soon I thought I'd jump into that theme.

A trip to Costco netted me this lovely bouquet of flowers.  I love the roses, gerber daisies and mums!  I do hope the roses will open up a bit more!

For my dish stack I have some Ralph Lauren Mandarin Blue dishes and a galvanized plate charger.  Dishes came from TJMaxx and chargers from Michael's.

These solid lavender dishes are called French Perle by Lenox,

and these dishes are called Delemare Bouquet by Spode.

Napkins came from Williams Sonoma a few years ago.

I do love a good paisley and this one is called Laveen Paisley by Ralph Lauren.  Found at Home Goods a few years back.

The stemware is called Trestle by Fitz & Floyd found at T.J.Maxx a while back.  One of my favorites!

I chose the antique pewer metal napkin ring because it goes well with the pewter Sophia (Neiman Marcus) handle on the flatware.  They used to carry these in a variety of colors and they were pretty reasonable.




Love these antique roses sourrounded by the lavender button mums.

These are called white football mums.  Love 'em!

So there you have it!  I hope you enjoyed this and please ignore the snow outside!

I will be joining:

ABOUT ME



Welcome to Home and Gardening With Liz. I have combined my previous blogs “Infuse With Liz” and “Sit With Me In My Garden” into this new blog. I love interior decorating and gardening. I enjoy redefining interior spaces by moving things around and reusing decorative items already found in the home. I also enjoy creating tablescapes and an occasional crafting project. I'm so pleased you've stopped by. I invite you to follow me and I do hope you will keep coming back! Liz
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