Between Spring Break and Easter, I am falling behind on my Spring-Easter decor. With Easter, right after spring break, I want to get my dining room table set up this week. Did I mention I am hosting Easter dinner for 20+ family members? Today I want to share how to up-cycle a wreath to a spring centerpiece.
This up-cycle wreath to centerpiece idea happened because of the spring winds along the front range (Colorado).
Trash cans left out by the curb end up in the neighbor’s front yard… three houses away. Patio cushions blow under the next door neighbor’s trampoline.
And, that is what happened to my spring wreath last year. The eggs got some air and crashed onto the patio steps and the grapevine garland was dangling from our Aspen trees like Mardi Gras beads.
By the time I rescued the wreath, it was on life support.
It’s not like I needed a centerpiece. My basement looked like the stock room at HomeGoods and maybe the clearance section of a Pottery Barn outlet.
And, I got an idea and grabbed my favorite Decor Steals, oversized metal tray and placed the grapevine wreath over it to hide the rust stains. From there, I scattered eggs and grapevine around the base.
I added the cute bunnies and a vase in the center to anchor the wreath. I love it! And, I am so excited to host Easter dinner with my new buffet; a place to keep the Christmas plates.