Easter is almost here! I can’t believe it! I am feverishly working behind the scenes here to get things prepared & festive around the house to make this place look it’s best for Easter Sunday. One thing I really needed was a cute little centerpiece for the table. You know- something adorable to spruce up the spread of amazing food. So I started brainstorming & going through the craft cabinet to see what I could put together. Fortunately, with just a few supplies I had on hand & approximately 20 minutes – this Easter Centerpiece was complete.
Let me show you how you can make one of your own.
Here is what I started out with.
Empty International Delight creamer bottle, hot glue gun, burlap, ribbon, decorative stones, Peeps, skewers, paper Easter grass.
I had grabbed some flowers there too but ended up not using them.
I started by cutting off the wrapper of the creamer bottle.
Then I cut the top off where it starts to narrow so I had a vase like container.
I then hot glued the burlap around the bottle – leaving gaps in the burlap to create a ruffled look. To keep it in place I added a strip of hot glue every 3/4 inch or so around the bottle to tack down the burlap.
I tied this bright ribbon around to help cinch in the center of the ruffled burlap.
I added the decorative stones inside. They can’t really be seen- however they add a good weight to keep the whole thing from tipping over AND they help anchor the skewers in there too. Then I started skewering the Peeps & arranging them like flower stems in the container.
I added a little paper Easter grass at the top just to fill it all in & make it look all the more Easter festive.
That’s it- so simple & absolutely adorable!
I told you it was easy & you can make it with things you have already in the house.
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