Easter Tablescape

It is great looking out my windows and seeing the grass again! It makes me think of spring, color, and EASTER!

I have found a new love, tablescaping. It is soo fulfilling to see a perfectly adorable, perfectly set table. Who knew! A couple of weeks ago, I couldn’t even remember which side of the plate forks, knives, and spoons went on.  My mom cured me of that though (Right=Knife & Spoon they all have 5 letters in them and Left=Fork because they both have four letters).

Easter Tablescape at www.thebensonstreet.com 11 Let’s start with a little tutorial for this simple yet stunning center piece.

You will need:

  • a whimsical tree branch
  • glitter spray paint
  • pink & green tissue paper or crepe paper
  • craft/school glue mixed with a little bit of water
  • pencil or paintbrush
  • vase

Start by picking a funky fun branch and spraying it with glitter spray paint. I used gold. It isn’t overbearing with the glitter, but it adds a sparkle that I crave. Let it dry for an hour or so.

Easter Tablescape at www.thebensonstreet.comCut your tissue paper into squares. Make the pink ones slightly larger than the green ones. Pair them up and grab your pencil.

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Place the eraser in the center of the two tissue paper pieces and scrunch it up around the eraser and twist it around a little bit.

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Dip the eraser into the glue water mixture and then stick to the branch. It was easier for me to stick the flowers where the buds would actually be.

Easter Tablescape at www.thebensonstreet.com 3Repeat steps for as many flower buds as you would like to add. Let dry and arrange in a fun vase. This is an easy technique that creates a “WOW” centerpiece.

Easter Tablescape at www.thebensonstreet.com 4 Easter Tablescape at www.thebensonstreet.com 12 Easter Tablescape at www.thebensonstreet.com 13 For another easy centerpiece idea, layer ribbon, tulle, glitter eggs (see the tutorial here), and easter grass in different colors. I love the layered effect gives. This is so easy you could do it in 5 minutes.

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Pair the two together for a lovely Easter centerpiece.

On to the tablescaping!!!!

Easter Tablescape at www.thebensonstreet.com 9Is it just me, or do you love things not being so matchy matchy anymore? I love that this can apply to tablescapes. Don’t feel like you need brand new china to dress up your table. I found these lovely yellow dishes at a thrift store and the lacy charger plates at a garage sale.

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Use old jars and bottles decorated with washi tape and baker’s twine for an updated vintage flair. Top it off with striped paper straws!!!

Easter Tablescape at www.thebensonstreet.com 5I love these checkered squares as a makeshift tablerunner. I just cut out three squares of fabric and sewed the edges.

Easter Tablescape at www.thebensonstreet.com 6Place cards are soooo easy too. Just use some chipboard sticker letters, scrapbook paper, and some brads for embellishments. This will keep guests from guessing who sits where.

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Check out these two easy napkin ring tutorials here. This may look hard but really, it is soooo simple it just takes the tiniest bit of effort to make your table look super fab!

Now you are in for a special treat! I was able to share some of these ideas with the lovely Libby and Matt on KPVI More. Check out how much fun we had!

What are your Easter traditions? Egg hunt? Dinner? I’d love to hear all about it!

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I’m Emily, a mom and wife with a passion for crafting, celebrating holidays, and creating memorable moments. From Idaho to the world, The Benson Street is a treasure trove of easy, fun DIY projects, delightful printables, and delicious recipes. With over a decade of experience in blogging and a love for all things seasonal, I’m here to share my tips, ideas, and occasional mishaps. Join me in adding a dash of joy and creativity to every day! Read more…

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