The 15 Minute Fix: Bunny in the Cabbage Centerpiece


Happy Wednesday Friends! Ready for another 15 Minute Fix? Today I'm sharing an oh-so-sweet centerpiece and it couldn't be simpler...

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When I made my place cards last week, you probably remember they featured a darling little bunny. He's one of a pair and I wanted to feature the other in a centerpiece but since he's so tiny, I also wanted to make sure the spotlight would be on the little guy.  It only took a few items and I couldn't believe how absolutely easy it was to assemble.  I started with this nest like basket from last year's Easter clearance.  


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I have tons of this shredded paper I received in a gift basket. Since it also looks nest like, I've been using it a lot this spring.  Next, I added a small faux cabbage and nestled the bunny inside. Don't you know he wants to take a bite?  Last, I flipped my cake stand to form a pedestal--easy as 1-2-3! 


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I found this vintage chick at an estate sale. Pssst....want to know a secret? My cake stands are not vintage jadeite. I found a larger one at Cracker Barrel and this one at World Market, both on sale. They are exactly alike except for the size--a very close green glass to my vintage which blends in nicely and at a fraction of the cost ;) 


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A better view of the full centerpiece...


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....and one of the table.  The vintage embroidered tablecloth is another thrifted find--it reminds me of Texas wildflowers.  My spring breakfast table features an assortment of my pastel favorites. In addition to the jadeite, there's aqua edged Hazel Atlas Crinoline, pink Moderntone Platonite and some Fire King Bonnie Blue teacups.  


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Which is your favorite?



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15 comments:

  1. how adorable is that centerpiece! I need to get with the program and put one on our table.

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  2. Hard to pick a favorite but I would love to find a hand embroidered tablecloth like yours. Your bunny and cabbage centerpiece is sooooo cute. sb

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  3. I love your table setting. What a pretty combination of colors :)

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  4. That is too cute, Cecilia! The cake stand makes a perfect pedestal to showcase your darling bunny. The rest of your table looks great...I love that tablecloth!

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  5. Really a cute idea. Interesting to use the cake stand base as a "basket". Clever!

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  6. The center piece is my favorite ... love that basket and how you have put it together. Also love quick and easy projects.
    Happy Easter.
    Hugs,
    Audrey Z.

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  7. Such a sweet centrepiece Cecilia! Love the table cloth and the jadeite and faux jadeite are my faves. Just love that green! So fresh for spring!

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  8. So many decorating for Easter. Since I do not have plans for company I do not, but it is sweet!

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  9. I love all of it! Your secret is safe because you cannot tell the difference in the picture of the jadeite and your cake stand! Very cute idea for a centerpiece.

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  10. Oh my goodness, such sweetness on that table! Love it!!

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  11. I am a jadeite lover from afar, I don't have any of my own:( Your table looks so springy, the pastels are so pretty! Your bunny in the cabbage is too cute. xo Kathleen

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  12. I love a little bunny nestled in jadeite and soft pastels!
    Thank you for sharing this precious centerpiece with us today at Thoughts Of Home On Thursday.
    Jemma

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  13. Sweet---love that little bunny---using what you have is such a great idea...Thanks, Sandi

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  14. That's an adorable centerpiece. The cake stands are so pretty and I was surprised that they were recent finds. I like the aqua Hazel Atlas plates.

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  15. Oh, what a sweet table ... your lovely jadeite ... the sweet tablecloth ... and that cute little bunny in the cabbage.

    Thanks for sharing at SYC.

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