This one is FREE!
If y’all have cherry trees in your yard.
If not, call you cousin who manages a bank and tell her NOT to call the police when one of her employes sees you with your pruners in her parking lot.
I am here today to preach the Gosple of ‘Cutting Rights’. Personally, I have Cutting Rights all over my neighborhood. And all over Asheville, if I’m being honest. Anyone who actually knows me in my private life knows very well that I REALLY enjoy fresh flowers and greenery in my home and I cannot not possibly grow all of the things that I love (I life in the woods). So I secure Cutting Rights when ever possible.
Today’s case in point:
Except for the blossoms, I had everything you see here already in my home.
I have a collection of white ironstone creamers and pitchers you would not believe. I use them for everything, not the least of which is for floral arrangements. I love to do a collection of the creamers down the middle of my 90 plus inch dining room table. I use whatever flowers and greens are in season.
You can find the template for the daffodils in the center of each plate here:
The make cute placecards!
This silver compote and ladle are the last of my finds from our junkin’ day in South Carolina a couple of weekends ago. I can think of about twelve things to do with this compote besides serve food out of it. I’m thinking it will end up on my bedside table for jewelry.
I just love the details in both.
You can find the bunny ear napkin tutorial here:
It’s just a cute and fun little detail.
The little ears will do better if you press the napkin after each step, IF you are that kinda Freak. I am a LOT of things. Ironing A Napkin Freak, is not on the list.
But knock yourself out if you want.
Two more for the road.
Happy Tablescaping !
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