Easter Centerpiece or Tablescape

by | Apr 18, 2019

Easter Centerpiece or Tablescape

Materials

Our tray came with the foam and moss already installed. Win!

Not so lucky? A foam block and florist moss is all that’s needed to duplicate this look.

Easter Centerpiece or Tablescape

The speckled Easter eggs. We found these at the Target dollar spot. They have a muted pastel appeal that complements our wooden tray.

Easter Centerpiece or Tablescape

The stripes in these carrots create visual interest. (Also from Target!)

Easter Centerpiece or Tablescape

Lights make everything better and these warm white LED micro battery lights fit the bill!

Easter Centerpiece or Tablescape

Our Easter sign. We pulled this from my personal stash.

Easter Centerpiece or Tablescape

Instructions

Wind the lights into the moss to lights the foundation of the centerpiece.

Easter Centerpiece or Tablescape

Adding the sign. As the largest accessory, it anchors the project.

Easter Centerpiece or Tablescape

Fill in the tray with the carrots and eggs.

Easter Centerpiece or Tablescape

The completed project only takes minutes to assemble which makes it a perfect DIY project for us (and probably for you as well!).

Take a photo and share them on instagram and Facebook!! @christmaslightsource #christmaslightsource

Easter Centerpiece or Tablescape

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