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March 30, 2015

Pink Tulips and Eggs Vignette

Good Monday morning! 

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 Over the weekend I created another vignette for the kitchen table. 
I'm going to try and do one once a week!  

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 This one will stay put through Easter.
Looks like it's just Dan and I for Easter this year.

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I purchased a couple of cute things from Kathy at Creative Home Expressions which included these cute card tags with vintage prints...love the crinkly ribbon she uses!

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She also made this adorable little painted peat pot with the nest and eggs.  The vintage printed embellishment was included with the pot.  

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I decided to attach it to the front of the pot with pins so I can remove it- the other side is hiding something but I'll show that sometime later for another vignette!  Love the sweet little chicks in their Easter jalopy!

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Aren't those the most real looking faux tulips ever?  I will definitely be keeping these a long long time!  The dishes came in a box (found at TJMaxx- Called Chirp- by Rae Dunn for Magenta)  There are four different images.

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The sun was popping in and out.  I just grabbed what I could!

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 There you have it- this week's vignette
Pink Tulips and Eggs!

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14 comments:

  1. Lovely!
    Your tulips are beautiful!
    And I like the tones you ended up coordinating with this and that and I definitely love that crinkle bow. :) Made me smile!

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  2. Your pink color decorations looks beautiful!

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  3. Liz, your Easter centerpiece is so elegant. I love the embellished peat pot, and the pink tulips are cheerful and pretty, all at once. Have a wonderful week.

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  4. I just knew those tulips were real and was about to say they wouldn't last til Easter when you told us they were faux flowers. Amazing and quite beautiful. I recently got a glass container of forced tulip bulbs from Costco and it took about a week for the blooms to appear and another week for the flowers to fade away. Wish they would have lasted longer!

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  5. Tulips are the best for making a happy table. I'm crazy about them from fresh to fading away.

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  6. Those tulips are GREAT! Where did you get them? Love that peat pot and the dishes are adorable!!

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  7. So pretty Liz! love the vintage touches you added!

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  8. Oh how I love your ever changing table dear liz!!!

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  9. Liz, I just love everything about your vignette. Beautiful display!

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  10. I am a tulip junkie, Liz. I buy two to three bunches a week and pepper them around the house and I would NEVER have guessed that yours were faux. I need to find some that look like that so I can save my pennies every week! ;)

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  11. Liz, this is just beautiful! Love the tulips!

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  12. Such a pretty vignette, Liz! I love how you used the peat pot. Such a great idea to add that little image to the front of it. Your tulips look amazing. I thought they were real!

    Thanks for the shout out! : )

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  13. Those tulips are beautiful! I'm glad you linked this post in your collection so I could visit. I missed it when first published...missed so many things the last two months. Why did I sign up for that on-line class???

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