Hi Friends! I’ve got a super easy decorating idea to show you today. Now, I’m the first to admit that decorating is not my forte, so when I find something that’s both easy for me to do and looks halfway decent, I just have to share. I put this rustic spring centerpiece together in a matter of minutes, and not only does it add a nice pop of color to the room, but it would also be a pretty Easter centerpiece.
Way back in the fall, Hubby built a wood planter box for me, and I painted and distressed it to look aged. I just love using the box as a centerpiece because it’s so versatile, and you can change it up for each season by varying the items inside. I used the box to hold faux flowers and pine cones in the fall and a mix of pine cones and garland at Christmas. I love pine cones, and I keep a few around the house throughout the year. So even though it’s spring, I still wanted to use them as part of the spring centerpiece.
This time around, I did something different and used wildflowers instead of faux flowers, which seem to be pretty pricey right now. Plus, even though I have no problem with faux flowers, you just can’t beat the real thing. So, all I did was place three mason jars in the box, along with pine cones and a few DIY speckled eggs. Then, I filled the jars with water and added some pretty yellow flowers.
There are tons of yellow wildflowers blooming around here right now, so this is a nice way of bringing the outdoors inside.
I also love the combination of blue and yellow, so I like how the blue and green eggs look when paired with the yellow flowers. It’s a very happy combo!
And like I said, this rustic spring centerpiece was done in no time at all. The longest part of the entire thing was going out to pick the flowers. So if you happen to have a garden, you could achieve the same look in even less time. In fact, I think I’ll pick a few of the flowers from one our containers when these beauties start to wilt.
Thank you SO much for taking the time to visit!
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