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— Diana’s Pick —
With a few simple elements–both vintage and natural–Katrin at Kreativ K assembled a delightful display in A Bit of Easter in the Kitchen. Highlighting her daughters’ decorated eggs and her Oma’s vintage scale, the vignette perfectly showcases Katrin’s Nordic, farmhouse style.
Jann at Have A Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson, has been quite busy helping with an estate sale. In the process, she has unwrapped some wonderful vintage treasures, including one of my favorites, pink Crinoline. In Afternoon Tea, she sets a delightful table table featuring the lovely vintage dishes with an adorable Miss Prim Kitty teapot and a gorgeous vintage quilt from a previous estate sale. Absolutely, charming, Jann! When should we arrive for tea?
Victoria from Dazzled While Frazzled shares a simple yet darling Easter centerpiece idea. I’ve always been a huge Peeps fan, so this DIY is right up my alley. All you need are a few things you may already have in your stash: skewers, some plastic eggs, pipe cleaners, construction paper and a hole punch. Oh, and Peeps, of course! And if you don’t have Peeps it’s a great excuse to go out and get some. Did I mention that it takes no time at all? Check out her DIY 10-minute Easter Peeps Centerpiece for the lowdown on how to make one for your Easter table.
Jill at Bella Rosa Antiques is an avid collector of LuRay Pastels dinnerware. She was at Goodwill with her daughter on another quest when she discovered some of her prized dinnerware but almost left a few pieces behind until she remembered that Goodwill organizes by color. She ended up finding quite a few pieces to add to her collection. Try as I may, I haven’t found any LuRay Pastels at the thrift stores near me. So my hat’s off to Jill for making such a fantastic vintage find of Hidden Treasures at a Thrift Shop.
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