Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Easter Tablescape - Bunny Mischief - Tablescape Hop

Welcome to my Easter Table.
During these uncertain times, I pray that you all remain safe and calm.  May we take this time and reflect on all that is good and help each other through it.
I am so thankful for all that I have and this platform on which to connect with other people through.
I am joining Chloe Crabtree, from Celebrate and Decorate, and many other fabulous table stylists for her Easter Tablescape Hop.  

Since we are in the midst of this pandemic and shopping was definitely out of the question, I had to make due with what I had on hand.
I used my Rae Dunn Easter Bunny Plates that I have had for several years.  They are fun little plates with the bunny ears popping up or down, any which way!
But this Wheel Barrel is new - I picked this up at Marshalls right after Valentine's Day.  It was the first peek of Easter I had seen in the stores - so I grabbed it up - thinking that I better get it while I can, never thinking that it would be because I would not be out shopping again.
I think I picked these little Rae Dunn egg cups up last year- knowing that I had already had the plates that went with them.  I took a cue from Mary@Home is Where the Boat Is and filled my egg cups with little chocolate treats.   You may notice - There is not a chocolate bunny in each cup - I didn't have enough - normally - I would just run out to the store to get more -but these are definitely not normal times.  The flowered foil wrapped chocolate eggs were supposed to be for a fund raiser I was putting on in March that had to be cancelled - So I used them on my table.
An early trip to Hobby Lobby scored me the table cloth, pink chargers and that adorable bunny head on the mantel with the spectacles!  I was supposed to be shopping for craft supplies for that fund raiser- but of course, I got sidetracked.  I'm like a raccoon that sees shiny things!!
The tulips are faux.  I am so glad I had these!  There is no way I would have been able to get fresh tulips now.
I hope you like to hop just as much as these bunnies on my kitchen island -because we have a whole batch of fresh new Easter Table inspiration for you to browse through!
Here are all the links!  Have Fun!


Celebrate & Decorate
Panoply
Create With Cynthia
Home is Where the Boat Is
Debbee's Buzz
Belle Blue Interiors
Everyday Living
Life and Linda
At Home with Jemma
The Painted Apron
Home and Gardening with Liz
Harbour Breeze Home
Our Crafty Mom
Zucchini Sisters
Red Cottage Chronicles
My Thrift Store Addiction
White Arrows Home
Corner of Plaid and Paisley  *You are Here!
Southern Nell Gracious Living
My Family Thyme
Blue Sky at Home
Intelligent Domestications
Living with Thanksgiving
The Little Yellow Corner Store
Design Morsels   


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I have a feeling many of our Easter's are going to be celebrated much differently this year.  I just hope we can continue to come together as a nation to care just a little more about the people around us and just maybe the new "normal" will be a little more kind and caring.

Have a blessed Easter.




Ann @ Corner of Plaid and Paisley
Ann @ Corner of Plaid and Paisley

My mother was a fabulously talented sewer and I inherited her love for fabric. In the past few years my interests have grown from fabric to paper and now to dishes too! I just love prints, polkadots, plaids and paisleys- hence the blog name. I am also a Stampin' Up! demonstrator.

22 comments:

  1. Ann, You have blessed me this morning! I love your pink Easter table. The plate stack is so eye-catching. I will be pinning for sure. I love the pattern napkin and coordinating plates. What a neat find the Easter wheelbarrow was and good to have just the right faux tulips. I especially love your etched goblet. It speaks to me and shines on your table. The egg cups were creative stuffed with candy and decorative eggs. I do not have any Easter plates! Maybe I will find some later on.
    You are so right it is good to have our group to connect with. I appreciate your blogging friendship.
    Happy Easter.

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  2. Oh Ann, I LOVE those bunny ear plates, adorable! I too bought some things back in February when we took shopping for granted! Love the soft pink palette, everything looks so pretty! Post a close up of your bunny with glasses on the mantel, I'm dying to see him up close! The faux tulips look so real, and the wheelbarrow centerpiece is adorable! Yes, so thankful we can still visit and share through blogging, Happy Easter Ann!
    Jenna

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    1. Hey Jenna! I added a close up of the funny bunny at the end of the post!!
      I tried to do it here - but could not figure out how to add a photo to a comment reply.

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  3. Ann, such a delightful Easter tale. I do love the pink! Those Rae Dunn plates with the bunny ears are so cute and the egg cups. Happy to see the chocolate bunny in the cups.So glad you got the wheel barrel, it is precious how you decorated it with pink tulips. The kitchen island looks fabulous. It looks like chocolate bunnies I want to take a bite...lol Always a pleasure to see your pretty creative tablescape. Stay safe.

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  4. Ann, I always look forward to your tablescapes! The Rae Dunn plates are adorable along with the egg cups. The foil wrapped eggs are so pretty in the cups. The pastel pink theme is a beautiful welcome to spring and Easter. These times are certainly unprecedented, I do pray that this crisis will make us kinder and gentler and turn our hearts to home and God. Happy Easter!

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  5. Ann, You certainly created a wonderful table using you have...the cute bunny plates, pretty in pink layers and sweet eggs cups! o glad you snapped up that adorable wheelbarrow when you saw it. It’s perfect blooming with your tulips as a centerpiece. As always it’s a treat to hop with you and join you at the table. Happy Easter wishes to you! Stay safe. ♥

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  6. Ann, your table is adorable! Those Rae Dunn plates are really cute, and so are the tablecloth and chargers. I LOVE those napkins! I would've never guessed the obstacles you mentioned in assembling your table, although you're certainly right in how would we have ever known back in even late February that we'd not be shopping in the last couple weeks for non-essentials? When you mentioned not having enough chocolate bunnies, I thought you were going to say it was because you ate them, lol! That's what's happened to my carrots, bunnies and M&M eggs on my table, lol. It's always so fun to see your tables, and this one is too. Have a safe Easter. Let's #flattenthecurve!

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  7. Ann the eggs, egg cups and dishes are all so cute. I love that wheelbarrow and how you decorated it. I took was shopping early for Easter and glad I did since all this pandemic stuff started. That's a great tablecloth and I like those napkins (I have them too!). It's great to be blog hopping with you!

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  8. Hello Ann, Your pastel pink Easter tablescape could not be any more beautiful. I'm in love with that tablecloth!! So glad to join all your inspirational ladies on this blog hop!

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  9. Ann, you have styled such a pretty table with all of your hints of pink (my favorite)! The wheelbarrow is so cute, you are so fortunate to have found come pretty things for your Easter table! The chocolates in your egg cups are so much more delicious than eggs! Have a happy Easter and please stay safe and well!

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  10. Beautiful table, Ann! I love all the pink and those adorable plates. I am sure everyone smiles when they sit down at your table. Stay well!
    Shelley

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  11. Everything is sos very cute. I love your pink table and all the dishes. How fun it must have been to style the wheel barrow. It was so fun hopping with you. Stay safe an healthy. Cynthia from Create With Cynthia!

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  12. I just love everything about your table. It's just so cute! Thanks for sharing your inspiration with us today!

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  13. Love that wheelbarrow centerpiece Ann! Your RD plates and egg cups look wonderful with the other dishes you've used. I also loved hearing how this time of self isolation has affected your shopping habits because that's exactly how a lot of us are feeling! Take care!

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  14. Good Morning Ann,
    Such a treat for me to enjoy this beautiful pink, and darling tablescape! I adore the variety of bunnies that are making mischief here and there. This wheelbarrow is a show stopper and kicks off the gardening season too. This Rae Dunn plates are fabulous as are the napkins!
    I so enjoyed sharing this blog hop with you, feels so good to connect!
    Jemma

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  15. Ann, your bunny ear plates caught my eye right away--so fun! I love your creative centerpiece, too! Happy almost Easter!

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  16. Ann, a charming table that brought a great big smile on my face --- a little ray of sunshine on another grey afternoon here. I especially love the centerpiece you created --- and you would have fooled me, I thought the tulips were real. And, those chocolate bunnies. I have a small collection of faux ones and love yours --- or are they real?

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  17. Ann, your table is so lovely. I love the tulips and wheel barrow. The combo is pink plates with the bunny plates is spot on. What pretty pink patterned napkins. I love pink so I definitely like your tablescape. Stay safe and Happy Easter.

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  18. Ann, I am always amazed at your beautifully designed tablescapes and this one is even more amazing since you had to use what you had on hand. I love the wheelbarrow centerpiece along with your faux tulips. Your candy filled cups look so fun and delicious. I would love to know where you purchased your large chocolate brown bunnies that are on your island. They are perfect "go with anything" bunny. The bunny ear salad plates are so sweet along with everything pink. Such a very charming and sweet table. Happy Easter Ann. Stay healthy and safe.

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  19. Your bunny ear plates are super cute! I love all of the pink and white for Easter. It's perfect. All of your Rae Dunn touches give your table a fun feel. I love your wheelbarrow centerpiece the most!You had all of the perfect pieces, no need for anything new but you did have some nice finds when shopping earlier this year. I miss going to Marshall's and TJ Maxx! Hopefully this pandemic will be over soon. Hope you have a wonderful Easter.

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  20. Ann, your tablescape is lovely! Thank you for sharing with us at Tuesday Turn About! Hope to see you each week! Pinned!

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  21. Ann, your holiday table is adorable! You are so creative and resourceful! I love the wheelbarrow filled with pink tulips and your cute Rae Dunn finds. It is always fun to hop with you. Take good care and stay well.

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