Springtime & Easter stuff

March 18th, 2010 in member junk     
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I started with this rusty thing. It has clamps all the way around. I have lots of ideas but started with the easiest first. Next I think Ill plant rye grass in the bottom and stick in a few Easter eggs.
I decided I could use this on a springtime buffet table centerpiece. The clamps hold the utensils wrapped in the napkin. I tied it all with a bit of twine. The holes in the top allowed me to put a bunch of flowers.
And this is the basic mold that has showed up in lots of posts. I cant remember if anyone did the eggs in it last Easter but it was on my coffee table when I started decorating so I just added the grass and eggs. The bunny is a painted cypress knee.
I started with this rusty thing. It has clamps all the way around. I have lots of ideas but started with the easiest first. Next I think Ill plant rye grass in the bottom and stick in a few Easter eggs.

I started with this rusty thing. It has clamps all the way around. I have lots of ideas but started with the easiest first. Next I think I'll plant rye grass in the bottom and stick in a few Easter eggs.


I finally started decorating for Easter. Of course I thought of the food table first and I always find something to display the utencils in. I love these flowers I got at a garage sale for 25 cents. My real flowers have buds and now we're expecting it to be 30 degrees Sunday morning.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, metal, centerpiece, country

Comments (5)

dottiesdd writes: cute, cute! Posted: 10:34 am on April 11th
DumpsterDecorators writes: Interesting piece. Great as a flower box. Posted: 5:40 pm on March 20th
ninnarae writes: Awesome piece- I'd love to see it with the rye grass! Posted: 9:55 pm on March 19th
karilelek writes: Maybe a chicken feeder? looks great.very springy Posted: 10:41 am on March 19th
alicemom writes: That is a cool piece. I wonder what it was?????? Thanks for showin' and tellin' .
smiles, alice Posted: 11:20 pm on March 18th
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