Funny story about how this spring wreath ended up on my dining room table. I guess you could say this grapevine wreath of tangled twigs and eggs had a career change. Originally, my half attempt at this spring wreath was on the front door. The door was in much need of a new wreath to replace the evergreen from the
holidays Christmas. My neighbors rejoiced (or won money) when they drove past my house and saw the evergreen was gone.
Every time I drove to or away from the house I tried to convince myself it was a good enough wreath. The only thing I loved about this wreath was the over reaching twigs. So I pulled the wreath off the front door and walked past it.laying on the dining room floor, for more than
a week two weeks.
wreath to tablescape
After tripping over the wreath, over too many days, I tossed it on the dining room table. And, then within a few minutes, after I adjusted the grapevine, on top of the existing Lazy Susan wine barrel it looked better than good.
Within a few minutes this spring wreath transformed into a pretty tablescape. With the Lazy Susan wine barrel, the over sized metal tray and the grapevine wreath it created a layered look with lots of color and textures.
Some of you may recognize the over sized tray on top of the wine barrel lid. The tray was from one of my favorite online stores.
I added a few eggs and this pair of hugging bunnies (I shared this photo on Instagram and who I think of whenever I see a bunny). The bunnies and even the eggs are great for both Easter and Spring. It’s a two-fer tablescape.
This photo shows the expansive size of the grapevine wreath. I might keep the grapevine and change it up with each season. The only thing I want to add are more eggs to the over sized candle holder in the middle. Sometimes I think I am at my best when I just throw it all in the mix and see what I create!
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