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Helloooo, dear readers! Wow, I can’t believe we’re already over halfway through May. How did this month fly by so quickly?! We’ve had so much going on in the CPL household, that’s for sure. I‘ve been trying to get through a ton of projects so I can get a few more things crossed off my to-do list. Oh! And we finally hung stuff on our bedroom walls. That made me feel super accomplished.
And before I jump into the post, I just want to say that this past weekend was extra special because I got to spend my Saturday afternoon with Whitney from the blog Beauty in the Mess! I posted a picture of us on my Instagram, so go check it out here & make sure you are following me on there to stay in the loop!
Alright, let’s get started now talking about my farmhouse spring centerpiece & tablescape!
It’s sweet & simple, & I’m so excited to share it with you today.
I found a lot of these items at the thrift store, which is mostly what makes this tablescape so unique!
My favorite thing out of all of them is probably the milk jug vase & then also the yellow faux flowers from Michaels.
The faux ivy greenery was another thrift store find, & I got a big bushel of it for under two bucks! :-O I could NOT believe my luck, because this stuff can get seriously pricey.
I cut off a bunch of the “branches” that had 5-6 leaves on them each. Then, I just stuck them in the basket wherever it looked good!
The candlesticks were a DIY project from a while back, although I don’t think I’ve posted them on here yet. So, I’ll try to get that to you guys soon!
And that’s it! Thank you so much for checking in with me today & reading all about my little farmhouse table decor. I so appreciate you!
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P.S. If you love saving money on your DIY projects, then you may enjoy this post that goes over six steps to help you do just that.
And if you see how I gave this dining table set a makeover a few months ago, you can see the full tutorial post here!