Easter Kitchen Decor

3 Materials
30 Minutes

Today you are invited into my house (virtually, that is) to see my Easter Kitchen Decor! Recently I showed you an Easter Felt Cross that I made with my cutting machine.

Today I am going to show you a different style felt cross, (also made with my cutting machine) and my Coffee Station area all decorated for Easter!

This style of felt cross is three layers. I started with a simple solid color for the back.

Felt Cross, Before

Then I used a filigree style cross for the middle layer. This was a little tricky to get off of the cutting mat without tearing it, but I succeeded!

For the third top layer I used another small solid simple cross design.

I attached them to each other using spray adhesive from a can.

I attached the cross to ribbon using safety pins as shown below. This method of attaching the cross to the ribbon, is why I need the layers– because I can pin through the bottom layer, and the pins will not show through the top layer!

I used the crosses at my Kitchen Coffee station.

This is a closeup look. I use this area for tea more than I do coffee, so I decided to use a small teacup set that I found at a yard sale years ago.

The blue decorative cross was a gift. It coordinates with a pink one that I used on this Easter wreath. The two cross pieces and the Hope sign are wooden, and the rest is metal.

I filled this miniature vase with dried baby’s breath flowers.

Here is a closeup of one of the small teacups. Aren’t they pretty?!

There are even small flower designs on the back of the cups.

Here is a closeup of one of the saucers.

The back of the plates let me know that they are from Bavaria, Germany.

The teapot has a gold plated knob on the lid.

Please visit me at my blog B4 and Afters for more great ideas!!

Suggested materials:
  • Felt   (craft store)
  • Ribbon   (craft store)
  • Spray adhesive   (craft store)
Liberty Brammer
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