My Kitchen Easter Table

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The past few weeks have been CRAZY y’all! After a fun weekend with my sister, things have hopefully settled back into what I consider “normal” and I can get back to the business of sharing fun things with you. Today I am going to share my kitchen Easter table with you!

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I would tell you that I go a little more “simple’ when decorating the kitchen easter table, but the last time I did a sweet blogger told me, in a really sweet way, that my simple was different from her simple. That made me smile. I guess it’s all relative.

To me it is simple. And easy. If it wasn’t I wouldn’t do it, cuz I’ve got things to do! I don’t use a table cloth – I would be washing it every day. Whose got time for that? I do start with a clean table and add layers.

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For me it’s easiest to start with my centerpiece. Once I have that done I build outward. This year, like last year I started with this white bunny. I love him. I added some grass, eggs and a few natural elements and my centerpiece was done. I always have my centerpiece on something that can easily be picked up and moved. I have to be able to clean the table. Yes, you are seeing a trend here…we can be messy!

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Once I have the centerpiece down, I add my placemats, napkins, chargers, plates, glassware and silverware.

After I have these I like to add some whimsy to the place setting. This time it was with egg cups that I also made into my ” place cards.”

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I found these egg cups this year at my local Kroger grocery store. One BIG problem though. They only had three!!!

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So I bought these plain white ones and added green polka dots. I used chalk paint that I already had. I chose chalk paint because I knew that chalk paint  adheres to just about everything. PLUS – my placemats, chargers and china hutch are all the same duck egg blue color. Perfect!

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To make the egg cups into my place setting cards I simply chose a ribbon and slapped an initial of the special person who will be sitting here on the ribbon. A little grass and an egg finish this place setting.  Really simple and easy!

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My napkins were placed into the stemware and hold a surprise – a tiny egg. I may replace these eggs with a chocolate egg on Easter morning. Since the boys have grown up, I have to add chocolate wherever I can!! No Reeces peanut butter eggs or chocolate bunnies to mooch from them. Parent of the year, I know…

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Of course, y’all know that I am gonna have my chalkboard art.

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My kitchen easter table is set and ready for Easter morning honey bunnies. I can’t wait!

I think that it is fun and practical at the same time. I love that. Now that my table is ready, I can focus on other life shattering problems. Like what kind of pendants I want to hang over my island!

Until next time….

                 Tammy

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Tammy from Patina and Paint

14 Comments

    1. Jemma, Thank you so much! I would love to join you at Thoughts of Home on Thursday. Thanks so much for stoping by and the invite!

  1. Tammy, I’m loving everything I see here. The tablescape, the chalkboard, the light fixture…all of it!

    So glad you joined Thoughts of Home on Thursday. We are thrilled to have your talent.

  2. Thank you ever so much for stopping by:) We all so enjoyed you sharing this wonderful prelude to Spring with us!
    Jemma-thoughts of home on Thursday

  3. Your table is precious! I am still in St Patrick’s Day mode but will be thinking of your vignette when I start pulling out the Easter things later this week. Big fan of your black and white check napkins here! 🙂

    1. Thank you Kelly! I love St. Patrick’s Day and usually haven’t started on Easter yet either! I guess all of the rain has me wish for spring in a big way!

    1. Laura, Thank you for your sweet comments and stopping by! I just found Thoughts of Home on Thursdays and all of the blog hosts – I love it and them. Can’t wait to stop by for more. Thanks again!

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