Easter Tiered Tray

Because of the current coronavirus situation, we won’t be having our traditional big family Easter dinner. As a result, I really didn’t do much in the way of decorating for Easter this year, other than my entryway table Easter vignette, and this tiered tray in the middle of my kitchen island.

I ordered this tray last month, and had fun styling it for the first time for St. Patrick’s Day. Since we aren’t leaving the house right now except for essential supplies, when I got ready to redo my tray for Easter, I just worked with things I already had.

For tips on how to style your own tiered tray, visit my St. Patrick’s Day Tiered Tray post, where I listed suggestions for items around your house that would work well on a tiered tray, and gave suggestions on how to put it all together.

My Easter Tiered Tray

The little vintage porcelain chick and bunny I used were purchased on our trip this past winter to The Amana Colonies of Iowa. Since I bought this tiered tray several weeks ago, I have been keeping any eye out for “mini-sized” things that can be used on it. Thrifts stores, craft stores, antique stores and flea markets are great places to find these types of things. I paid only $1 each for the bunny and chick.

The small candle on the top tier is the same one from my St. Patrick’s Day tiered tray. I just removed the black and white buffalo plaid ribbon and taped on a thin strip of pink gingham plaid ribbon from my craft box. This is an easy way to change the look of the same plain white candle over and over again.

Resources:

Creative Co-Op Distressed Brown Wood Metal Handle Two-Tier Tray

Wood Bead Garland Set,3 pcs Farmhouse Rustic Country Beads with Tassles

Milkhouse Soy Candle

Set of 4 Mini Potted Faux Plants

Mini White Ceramic Bird Figurines

Speckled Foam Easter Eggs

Mini Jute Twine Carrots

Mini Ceramic Easter Bunnies

Speckled Robin’s Egg Blue Yellow Moss 4 Inch Decorative Bird’s Nest

Mini Cupcake Pedestals, set of 4

Pink Gingham Plaid Ribbon

Willow Tree Angel

Be Happy Wooden Block Sign

This is a much needed positive message for our current situation, don’t you think? I know that I for one, need every reminder I can get right now to prevent myself from getting swallowed up by the worry.

I’ll leave this Easter tiered tray up awhile longer, and then I’m going to have to figure out what’s next with my tray? Maybe a simple spring-y version? Stay tuned to see how I make that happen, all without leaving the house! 😂

Wishing you all peace and health,

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4 thoughts on “Easter Tiered Tray

  1. Congratulations, I’ve decided to feature your post here at our Happiness is Homemade Link Party #318 which will be live starting Easter Sunday, thanks for sharing this!

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