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I thought I would kick off our Spring Break Week with my Spring Buffet mantle. Warning—pic heavy. I hope you enjoy it!
I used my Vintage window again and hung a fun Spring wreath
I adore cake plates with cloches. The green eggs are my fav!
I made a nest from moss and a store bought nest form, and threw in some eggs. Added a little feather.
This side has more green and I love it. The white pitcher is a Martha Stewart utensil holder I bought years ago at Kmart
A close up of the wreath. I used dried hydrangeas I’ve had for years
Cute little ceramic birds, an empty chalk painted frame, along with a vintage spool full of ric rack trim
The buffet from the side
Another shot of the wreath. I love this open weave style. I first discovered it in Germany and have been obsessed ever since.
Folk style bunny—I splurged and purchased him this year at Hobby Lobby. He was too cute to pass up! A sea glass colored recycled bottle holds a solitary tulip
And a shot from above. You can see on the end I have the chalk painted metal orb. You can find how I did that here. I’m hoping to find some greenery to top it off.
Hope you enjoyed my buffet! Right now I’m in the middle of spring cleaning—so I love having one spot in the house that seems organized (HA!). Hope you all have a wonderful week!