Spring Tablescape With Thrifted Finds and A Pantry Staple

30 Minutes
Tablescapes are some of my favorite things to decorate. For me, an empty table is like a blank canvas for an artist. Every season and holiday is a great excuse to get creative and find new ways to set your table.
For this spring tablescape, I used thrifted finds and a pantry staple. The tablescape started with a linen tablecloth I found on clearance at HomeGoods for $5.
I picked up a flower bunch at Aldi for $3 and added them to the centerpiece. I made the centerpiece from and old box, milk jars and dry, white beans.
Spring, bird nests, some chalkboard toothpicks and wooden eggs rounded out this spring tablescape.
Tablescapes don't have to be hard to set up or cost a ton of money. You would be amazed by what you can use from your home that will make a beautiful table. Think outside of the box and get creative!To see my entire table and where I got each piece, head over to my blog post: http://mycreativedays.porch.com/spring-tablescape/
Lindsay Eidahl
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