Spring Centerpiece with Velvet Easter Eggs

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Spring is almost here (officially tomorrow)!  And to celebrate, I’m sharing my spring centerpiece with velvet Easter eggs.  Yep, I said VELLLLVEEEET! Woot!

SPRING CENTERPIECE with VELVET EASTER EGGS

YES! Spring is in the air… and I’m here today to share my first spring post of the year with you.  And what’s more, at the bottom of this post you get to see FIFTEEN spring centerpieces from some of my blogger friends, as well!  Because this is…spring centerpiece velvet easter eggs spring is in the air pinterest challenge graphic

If you are hopping over (see what I did there?) from LoraBloomquist.com, welcome! What a lovely site she has, right? And her centerpiece is so warm and looks like it was brought in right from the great outdoors!

Our Hostess

Our Pinterest challenge is hosted by Cindy at County Road 407.  Thank you, Cindy, for being such a wonderful hostess and putting this together!

Inspiration

With a Pinterest Challenge, we normally are given a “Pin” that inspires us to create something similar, with our own twist.  However, this time we were inspired by a photo on Instagram!  To be specific, we were inspired by Lisa’s spring centerpiece from @ASimplyStyledNest (be sure to give her a follow).  This is the gorgeous centerpiece that inspired us…

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Isn’t it amazing?  Thanks, Lisa, for the inspiration!

BTW, you can follow My Wee Abode on Instagram, too… @mywee_abode.

My Inspired Spring Centerpiece with Velvet Easter Eggs

Usually, I wait to share my finished product with you until the end.  This time, you get to see the finished product first and then I’ll show you the steps to get the same look!

spring centerpiece velvet easter eggs centerpiece with wooden bowl florals eggs and bunny on table with candlestick

Ta-da!  Let’s look at how to achieve this spring vignette that will add a bit of charm to your house, small home, or apartment.

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What You Will Need

  • Standing Rabbit (or whatever bunny you like… this one is no longer available, but HERE is a cute alternative)
  • A round woven tray (I found mine at HomeGoods for $7.99!)
  • Raffia filler
  • Speckled Easter eggs (you can pick these up at Michael’s or Hobby Lobby)
  • Floral stems (your choice, I used two different types, purple and white)
  • Lamb’s Ear stems (you can pick these up at Hobby Lobby)
  • DIY velvet Easter eggs (Tutorial HERE!)
  • “Hello Spring” wooden sign (available in-store only at Michael’s)

spring centerpiece velvet easter eggs centerpiece with wooden bowl florals eggs and bunny on table with candlestick

What To Do

This is really a super simple vignette to put together.  It really only took about 15 minutes.

  1. Cover the inside of the tray/basket with the raffia. This will allow you to insert the florals easily.  A small bowl turned upside-down adds height for the bunny to ‘stand’ above the florals and eggs.
  2. Position your bunny inside the basket (and on top of the bowl, if needed.)
  3. Add Lamb’s Ear, covering most of the top of the raffia.spring centerpiece velvet easter eggs centerpiece with wooden bowl florals eggs and bunny on table
  4. Insert sprigs of florals.spring centerpiece velvet easter eggs centerpiece lamb's ear and purple and white florals
  5. Arrange the florals so they stick out of the weave to add a ‘natural’ rustic look.spring centerpiece velvet easter eggs centerpiece florals and speckled eggs in basket
  6. Add speckled Easter eggs, velvet Easter eggs and “Hello Spring” mini sign.

Check out an Easy Way to Make Velvet Easter Eggs here!

Finished Spring Centerpiece with Velvet Easter Eggs

Adding a linen runner with some candlesticks and aqua candles finishes off the look.  I couldn’t be happier!

spring centerpiece velvet easter eggs centerpiece with wooden bowl florals eggs and bunny on table with candlestick

The bunny, florals, and eggs are all inspired by Lisa’s lovely centerpiece!

spring centerpiece velvet easter eggs centerpiece with wooden bowl florals eggs and bunny on table with candlestick

Would you like to learn how to make the velvet Easter eggs?  Well, the tutorial should be coming your way VERY soon!

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The sweet little wooden sign adds just the right finishing touch!

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And to ‘fill-in’ the centerpiece, you can add a little nest of eggs!

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Remember, you want the centerpiece to make a statement, but never make it so large that you can’t see the person on the other side of the table. πŸ˜‰

spring centerpiece velvet easter eggs centerpiece with wooden bowl florals eggs and bunny on table with candlestick

Now It’s Time to Do More Hopping!

Now you get to see LOTS more inspiration!  Next in the “hop” is Emily at Lecultivatuer.com. Go check out the twist she has put on this lovely centerpiece challenge.  And be sure to visit each of these wonderful blogs for lots more inspiration!

County Road 407Follow The Yellow Brick HomeOur Southern Home

Decor To AdoreDecorate and More with TipLets Add Sprinkles

Lora BloomquistMy Wee AbodeLe Cultivateur

Chasing QuaintnessArt and SandStilettos and Shiplap

Sweet PeaA Heart Filled HomeBluesky at HomeFrench Ethereal

It’s Your Turn

Now, you tell me… What would you do to put your twist on this centerpiece!  Share in the comments. I LOVE to hear from you!

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PIN IT FOR LATER!!!

spring centerpiece velvet easter eggs centerpiece with wooden bowl florals eggs and bunny on table with candlestick

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77 Comments

    1. Thanks for coming by, Katie. This was so fun to make, and my first blog hop has been a wonderful experience. Hugs and hearts! (Tutorial coming very soon!)

    1. Love me some Lamb’s Ear, Laura. Thanks for stopping in. This blog hop has been a blast with you all! Hugs!

  1. Your version is lovely, Julie! I love how you used Lamb’s Ear along with the other spring florals. Those colors look so good with your velvet eggs. I can’t wait for your tutorial on how to make them. They are so pretty!

    1. Aw, thanks, Paula. I’m excited to share about the velvet eggs. This is my first blog hop, and it’s been so fun to be with you all. It’s been a great experience! Hugs and hearts.

    1. Thanks, Benita. I made pumpkins in the fall and loved them, so I’m hoping these velvet Easter eggs are a fave, too! Thanks for hopping with me! πŸ˜‰

    1. Thank you, Crissy. Yes, I searched for velvet Easter eggs and came up with very little… and no tutorials. So, I think it will be fun to show how to make these, too! πŸ˜‰ Hugs, sweet friend!

    1. Oh, thank you, Lora. This has been so fun (it’s my very first blog hop)! I didn’t even think of the Velveteen Rabbit! Too cute! πŸ˜‰

  2. Hi Julie! Love your interpretation of this Pinterest Challenge!!! I do love round baskets as they have sooo many uses and are easy to store when not in use. I would like to learn how to make your velvet Easter eggs!!! My velvet pumpkins turned out really well (thank you for your great tutorial!) and I saved most of my stems for a new crop coming up later this year.

    Off and hopping,
    Hugs,
    Barb πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you, Barbara, for the kind words. I’m looking forward to sharing how I made the eggs. Super easy! πŸ˜‰

  3. Julie, what an adorable centerpiece. I am loving your basket for the base of your centerpiece. I love how you showed us how to set your centerpiee up. What a great inspiration. Have a great Easter season.

    1. Thank you so much, Terrie! it was really fun and easy to put together. Looking forward to visiting your post, too!

    2. Thanks for dropping in, Terrie. I really love that tray, too. I was super happy to find it for such an affordable price. Thanks for the sweet words!

    1. Thank you, Kari. That means a lot coming from you, as you have done so many centerpieces. I’m still just a rookie! πŸ˜‰

    1. Thank you so much, Michelle. πŸ˜‰ They are super easy velvet eggs, and looking forward to showing how to make them. Hugs, sweet friend!

    1. Thank you so much, Cindy! So appreciate you getting this together, and for the sweet comment! Hugs and hearts!

    1. Thanks, sweet friend… I’m behind a bit as I’ve been out of town. Trying to play catch-up now! πŸ˜‰ You are always so sweet!

  4. Adorable, Julie! I just had a customer come in the other day looking for a Spring centerpiece. This would have been a perfect reference for her to make her own πŸ™‚ And those velvet eggs? Love!

  5. You know I adore your centerpiece but I wanted to add … thank you so much for linking up to our Celebrate Your Story link party. We hope we are providing a celebration of your post and perhaps yours will be chosen as a feature by one of the hosts.
    Have a great and Blessed Day!
    Kari @ Me and My Captain

    1. Thank you, Roxanne! I totally had fun with it, and I’m excited to share how to make the velvet Easter eggs. πŸ˜‰

  6. I love this Julie — So soft and sweet! I love how you arranged it all. Your photography is so beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing it at Thursday Favorite Things!

    1. Oh, you made my day! Photography is what I want to improve in so much! My editing was difficult, as I was using my laptop, and it’s just not viewing right for me! My DT is out for repairs… I should be getting it back soon! πŸ˜‰

    1. Thanks, Jen! Yes, when I saw the bunny, he had to go home with me! Feel free to link-up at Homestyle Gathering, we would love to have you!

  7. I love your Easter Decorations, they are unbelievalbly beautiful. I wish you could come to my house and decorate my center piece. I love spring and easter decortions and these are so beautiful. Thank you for the inspiration

    1. Oh, you made my day, Sue… thank you for the encouragement! The DIY for the eggs went live yesterday! πŸ˜‰

    1. Thanks so much, Kippi! I actually have the tutorial up for creating the velvet Easter eggs, too! πŸ˜‰ Hope you have grand week!

  8. Your Easter centerpiece is so pretty, Julie! I have all the elements you used to put yours together. After seeing this, I’m plucking all those elements I’ve displayed randomly around the house into something similar this. Thank you for the inspiration! Pinned πŸ™‚

    1. Oh, you made my day, Marie! πŸ˜‰ You and I both know that inspiring others is a HUGE part of our blogging! Hugs and hearts, sweet friend!

  9. I can’t think of a thing to add to your adorable centerpiece Julie! Well, except a little bowl filled with pastel colored M& M’s πŸ˜‰ wink wink! It is just adorable!!

  10. This is such a lovely display for spring and Easter, Julie. Your velvet eggs look gorgeous. Thanks for partying with us at Snickerdoodle. I’ll be featuring this at this week’s party. Hope to see you there!

  11. Julie! This is wonderful!! What a beautiful centerpiece you’ve created, and how lovely are those velvet eggs! Thank you so much for joining the Grace at Home party at Imparting Grace. I’m featuring you this week!

  12. Julie, love the centerpiece but where did you find the aqua candles? Just what I am looking for! Bonus points if they are unscented! I found you on Grace at Home today.

    1. Thanks for hopping on over here, and for the sweet words. Those candles are from Pier 1… it’s one of there stock candles. No bonus points for me, because they ARE scented, and I LOVE the fragrance! Hope this helps, friend!

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