I have a case of spring and bunny fever with our 70 degree temperatures. . .
And I’m ready for some garden time, flowers, eggs and bunnies, with Easter on its way!
Mother Nature is unpredictable and our frost date is April 15th, so I’m biding my time and satisfying my craving for flowers with a little tabletop gardening!
My garden of gloves is growing and a new pair holds a napkin and flatware for a garden table setting in the Potting Shed.
I’m always on the look out for a blooming fork, knife, or spoon to add to bouquet vintage flatware, especially when I can pick one up for a dollar or two at an antique mall or consignment store.
The small pots of daffodils and hyacinths were $1 at Walmart, a lot of flower power for the buck and can be planted in the garden after the blooms fade to enjoy next year.
I transferred the bulbs to terra cotta pots, topped them with some green moss and added a blooming vintage fork and faux speckled eggs.
A 18 x 48″ moss table runner from Hobby Lobby is layered over a jute runner on the countertop. If you download their mobile app, you can have a 40% off coupon at your gardening glove fingertips. ;)
A bunny is blooming with a mini pot of daffodils and eggs.
A gardening tool set is blooming with Morning Glories. . .
And bunny salad plates from HomeGoods are wearing flowers.
Help yourself to some Blooming Bunny Ear Cupcakes, here. A sweet treat for Easter or to hop over on your spring dessert table!
Cabbage Plates & Bowls / Bordallo Pinheiro, Tuesday Morning, several years ago
Floral Bunny Salad Plates / BIA Cordon Bleu, HomeGoods
Pastel Bunny Salad Plates / HomeGoods, last year, used here
Morning Glory Gardening Tool Set / MacKenzie-Childs
Eggs / Target, several years ago
Bunny / HomeGoods, used here
Gardening Gloves / Womanswork Floral Pattern Arm Saver Gloves
Napkins / Pier 1
Moss Table Runner / Hobby Lobby
Flatware / Vintage, Antique Mall