Easter Table with Wooden Name Tags

A beautiful Easter table in pink and grey

Hi friends,

This past weekend I got busy getting everything ready for Easter.  That's not my usual, but hey, this is our Spring break, I have some outings planned for this week. So, for once and for all, I'm a little bit ahead of things and it feels so good! :)

I set this table, and I'm not touching it. I might need to buy new flowers and other goodies but that's all.
The idea for this tablescape started like two weeks ago. It was one of those rare warm days we had. You feel like hey, this is the perfect day to go outside and take care of the mess in the garage!

Well, I spent most of that day in the garage, but not exactly cleaning. At the end of the day it looked even worse than when I started. :/

I was separating pieces from the
scrap pile, trying to get rid of the ones I know I'm not going to use, but I got a little carried away and before I knew it. This project just popped!

So, the main materials for the wooden name tags are scrap pieces of wood, a Sharpie and a Dremel Stylo+
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Dremel Stylo+ set

This little tool is like a pen/pencil that you use to engrave, carve & sculpt. It comes with a good amount of accessories for you to start working on wood, metal, glass, leather... 
I really like it. It's easy to use and I find myself using a lot, it's a very versatile craft tool.

Well, you can see it in action in the following video creating the name tags:

 

Besides the tags, these ranunculus are the ones stealing the show. Love them!
pink ranunculus to bring a good pop of pink to your Easter table

I used a throw blanket as a tablecloth, it has a good amount of texture.
white, grey and pink Easter table with ranunculus and berries

The name tags are double sided.  This side shows the name, while the other side was carved and it looks like a furry bunny thanks to the texture done with the Dremel.
Bunny name tags on Easter table

These were the sweetest berries I've had in a long time. I was eating them while taking the pics. :D
The little nest plates always make an appearance during Spring.


Pink, gold and grey looking great!

Are you all ready for Easter yet?



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10 comments :

  1. Great idea. Now I want a Dremel.

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    1. Oh katti, I need more time to play with it! 🕑 So many things I wish to make. Thanks for stopping by.

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  2. What a sweet idea. I have a Dremel but haven't used it in a long time. Happy Easter to you, Cristina! xo Diana

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    1. Thanks Diana! That's one little tool that I also need to use more frequently. I hope you have a beautiful Easter. 🐇

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  3. The berries with the floral arrangement made your table look lush !! I also like what you did with your new toy "DREMEL" . Some times it's a good idea to visit the garage lol.

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    1. Oh, I can't wait for warmer days to arrive to go and organize that space, but most importantly to create, build new stuff, that's like therapy! :) Thanks so much for your kind words. 💕

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  4. So pretty Cristina! I've been wanting a Dremel for awhile. Time to shop! Jane

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    1. Thanks Jane! That's a little tool that's so very useful!
      Happy Easter 🌸

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  5. Easter dining table arrangement is really mind-blowing! Thanks for the easy DIY project idea. Very few time in hand. But will try to do one at least for my son.

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  6. Just might have to borrow my husbands dremel!! Cute idea! Your table looks lovely - fabulous ranunculus arrangement!
    Happy Easter

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