Our Kids Easter Table is full of bright Spring colors, Easter Chicks, Easter Eggs and even an Easter Bunny popping out of the grass for our centerpiece. The look was easy to pull together with a few simple Easter crafts and a trip to the Dollar store.
Do you remember when you were always banished to the Kids table for those big family dinners? It seemed like we would never be old enough to sit at the grown up table, didn’t it.
When the Kids Table is bright, colorful and full of fun, it’s the adults who will be wanting to sit there!
Our Kids Easter Tablescape came together with a few easy Easter crafts. You can make these yourself or get the kids involved and let them do some Easter crafting too!
Our easy Dollar Store Easter Bunny Flower Pail is one of two I made for my Easter mantle decor last year. I found the grass square at Hobby Lobby on sale. It was perfect because you can actually remove each of the little grass pieces which I did to situate the flower pail in the middle. Then I placed a not so hidden over-sized Easter Egg on each corner for the children to enjoy.
These Easy Egg Cups from Plastic Easter Eggs can be made in minutes. You will spend more time waiting for the glitter glue to dry than it took to whip out a half dozen of these. After Easter, they become Fairy Tale Tea Party decor!
Yellow Easter Chicks
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Our Pink and White Stripe Table Runners are actually scarves I found at Dollar Tree. I purchased three and the third one is in use as a hanger for my Monogrammed Spring Watering Can Wreath.
Those pretty gold rimmed pastel floral paper plates were another Hobby Lobby find. You can find cute Easter paper plates in lots of places but when you are stacking plates for a table setting you should look for something with a pattern around the rim of the dish.
I knew I wanted a gold rim for the bling to match those sparkly DIY Egg Cups so when I spotted these with the fluted edge I knew they were perfect. Don’t be afraid to mix a good paper plate with your real dishes!
This Easter Kids Table was fun to create and I’m excited for the children to enjoy it this year. Now I’m off to set a pretty table for the grown ups!
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