Spring Garland From Vintage Jello Mold Tins


I added a little spring color into my decor with these vintage jello molds that resemble flowers. I painted them in colors similar to some speckled eggs I picked up at the store and have the garland hanging above my wire egg basket.
The spring vignette in my dining room is full of greens, blues and yellows. Nice and bright and cheery!
These jello molds immediately made me think of flowers when I saw them at the store so I snatched them up!
I bought some speckled eggs at Target and added them to this wire egg basket. But needed something else on my shelf to complete the look.
I painted some wooden buttons in green, yellow and blue to match the eggs. Then I threaded some baker's twine into the button holes. Using hot glue, I attached them to the vintage tins. Then added more twin on the back of the tins to make them into a garland.
Under my shelf, I added a rusty basket full of dried hydrangeas and a few more of the speckled eggs. Now I have a happy little spring corner in my dining room!

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