Monday, April 15, 2013

{Inspiration} A fun mini tablescape

Two weeks ago in floral design class, I created a colorful springtime arrangement. Since I am horrible at constantly watering any flower, the arrangement that served as a centerpiece on our kitchen table started wilting away. Before I decided to throw it out, I plucked some of the flowers that were still decent and decided to create a mini inspiration post for a simple, yet fun tablescape.
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I wrapped a few of the flower stems in lace trimming, used some glitter clothespins from my shop and attached a chalkboard tag (which was created with card stock and chalkboard paint) to each.
For the centerpiece, I used a milk vase which I just recently thrifted and filled it with daisies and mini carnations. I also added a paper doily and a small ornate frame for a bit of extra detail.
It's so fun for spring and I'm happy I was able to "recycle" my dying floral arrangement! :D
Have a beautiful week my friends!

11 comments:

  1. What a great idea! I've been wanting to host a tea party for my girlfriends and these will be the perfect delicate touches to the table! Thanks for sharing ;)

    xo,
    Elissa
    sparklesandprays.com

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  3. Just wanted to say thanks for the follow back on bloglovin'!

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  4. That is absolutely adorable! Thank you for the great idea! Love the chalkboard labels connected to the flowers!

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  5. Ok so stinkin cute! This would looks so cute for a spring dinner party.

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  6. I love the shade of the second flower :) So pretty!

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  7. Wow!! So simple and sooo gorgeous!! Absolutely love this idea!
    Adrienne

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