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Sunday, March 6, 2016

Easter On The Island

I was busy creating an Easter Tablescape in the breakfast area the other day and since I had a ton of things out, I thought I would create something Easter for the island.

I've been in a kind of Country Farmhouse mood lately, so since I already had the candy scale out filled with faux fruit, I thought I would just add to it.




Instead of a tray I used my carved wood slab to create the centerpiece.  These slabs are so fun to work with and mine is huge, so you can really pile a lot of things on it.


Now tell me, does one marble egg qualify as Easter.  I think so, so I am calling this an Easter Egg.

 A fun sassy rooster and some ivy completes a simple little country farmhouse vignette.



Be sure to come back and see the tablescape, It has even more eggs and a bunny too.

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16 comments:

  1. Hi Marty! I love your little vignette! You know I'm in love with that vignette scale and of course, a Rooster is always good.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

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  2. I love your pretty vignettes, Marty! That wooden slab is a gorgeous piece! Cute rooster :) Happy weekend! Hugs, Poppy

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  3. This arrangement is perfect, Marty. That wood slab is gorgeous!

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  4. Your vignettes are always so lovely, Marty! And, that wood slab is amazing!

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  5. Love your vignette, it really looks good.
    Have a great weekend.
    Mary

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  6. Your post are always so charming, my darling Marty, thank you for everything you share !
    May your weekend be filled with the light of joy and with the warmth of love, with so much gratitude
    Daniela

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  7. That scale is just so beautiful with all the patina! Lovely display!

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  8. What a pretty vignette in the island you created. I love your old fashion scale, I always say I'm gonna look for one, even if it's a new one. Hope I find it.
    Thank you so much for sharing and inspiring us lovely lady with every great post you do.
    Thank you tons for your sweet comment, you really do make my day.
    Enjoy your weekend.
    FABBY

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  9. I bought a few Easter things at the grocery store. I didn't have one bit of Easter decor!
    Brenda

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  10. Marty,
    Yes, one marble egg transforms a grouping into an Easter arrangement.

    Judith

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  11. Hi Marty! Nice vignette indeed! We can't wait for Spring anymore neither! :-)
    Xo
    Claire

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  12. Thank you for the inspiration. I need to make some spring and Easter additions around the house. Sheila

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  13. Beautiful kitchen vignette! Can't wait to see your tablescape. I am right now hosting a small giveaway on my blog. I would love if you stop by and enter for a chance to win a few Spring items. xxx Maria

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  14. Very cute Marty! Love the big wood base for displaying things I'm always on the lookout for one of those but never see them in the stores.

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  15. Yes, I think it does qualify as an Easter-scape, and a pretty one, too!

    Hugs,
    Carol

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