This year I made most of my Easter decor. I have a bunny table runner that I made and also a thrifted table setting. You do not have to spend much money on seasonal decor.
When I was first married at the age of 20, in the 80’s, everyone decorated each room in their homes with a theme.
My kitchen was done in butterflies. I’m talking butterfly wallpaper, butterfly canisters, and butterfly kitchen towels. My friends all had a theme in their kitchens. Seriously, mushrooms were popular. Birds and flowers were also popular at that time. When a bride had a shower, she told everyone what her theme was.
Well, I am kind of obsessed with bunnies. I have to control my myself or my house will look like a newlywed from 1981. They just look so pretty, and they make my house feel like Spring.
I am changing my home decor to look more like Springtime, so that means setting my Easter table. First, I made a table runner with some burlap that I already had. Of course, it had to have a bunny on it.
I printed out a template of a bunny. I had purchased a soft car cleaning cloth from the Dollar Store to make the Bunny Garland that I posted earlier this week. I had enough left over to use for my table runner.
I pinned the template to the cloth and cut it out.
I started to sew it on, but instead I attached the bunny to the table runner with straight pins. My cheap self decided that I could take the bunny off after Easter, and still use it throughout the year.
My dishes, napkins, and Avon bunnies were all a recent thrift store find.
I have had the glass vases for several years, and I love that you can constantly change them up. I dyed eggs to match the dishes, and I love the way it looks.
I think my bunny table runner makes my thrifted table setting look beautiful!