Sharing a centerpiece for spring that even the most craft-challenged can enjoy.
Hi Everyone! It’s time for this month’s Pinterest Challenge. Our amazing host, Cindy at County Road 407 chose a fun spring birdhouse centerpiece for this month. I am excited for this centerpiece because I love a reason to use a birdhouse.
If you are stopping by from Niky’s blog House on Silverado welcome to Everyday Edits. My name is Laura and I a birdhouse challenge.
SPRING BIRDHOUSE CENTERPIECE
What I love about this spring challenge is this DIY centerpiece can be easily modified. And, for any of my followers who are renting or living in a highrise without a tree in sight, you now have a reason to buy a birdhouse like this one for under $14 or here is another one ready for paint.
This month’s Pinterest inspiration came from Doreen at Hymns and Verses.
I love that she has so many great finds in her centerpiece. I love the tall stem she used too.
Doreen used many elements in her centerpiece. Let’s take a look! How many items do you already have on hand? Centerpieces are like a charcuterie board… it’s hard to screw them upas long as you have a few staples!
- Tray or basket
- bird’s nest
- florals and greenery
FUN SPRING BIRDHOUSE CENTERPIECE
The best part of my birdhouse tablescape was I had everything on hand.
We are in the middle of a fireplace demo and refinishing our hardwood floors (still) so I am not motivated to buy anything other than coffee, skim milk, and creamer.
My interest in shopping has dropped since the contents of our entire main level are either in our basement or in our 2002 jetted tub. ;0)
For this challenge I focused on the larger pieces for my centerpiece:
- lavender plant
- wicker basket
The only thing missing is a bird! #goals
My wicker tray was a little smaller, but my favorite hyacinth tray is busy holding court on the kitchen counter.
This is super simple. Do not overthink simple!
The Easter eggs added a pop of color. Thanks for stopping by this month’s Pinterest Challenge. Please make sure to stop by Kristin and her blog White Arrows Home for her take on this spring centerpiece challenge! Thank you!