I hope you enjoy this centerpiece from the dining room of our former home.  We’ve moved and are completing the remodel of our new-to-us home.  Click HERE to see my DIY Southern Farmhouse Style!

This Easter centerpiece on my dining room table might just be my favorite one ever!

There lots of texture in this Easter centerpiece that is filled with burlap and natural elements with pops of green.

An Easter centerpiece with loads of interest and texture. Neutral colors with pops of fresh green.

 
Filled with burlap, natural elements and vintagey goodness, my table makes me happy just looking at it.
 
A wire basket filled with burlap eggs and orbs covered with natural elements add a lot of texture to this Easter centerpiece.
  
An aged wire basket is perfect for holding burlap eggs and a variety of decorative orbs.
 
An Easter centerpiece with an aged wire basket filled with burlap eggs and a variety of decorative orbs flanked by a burlap bunny.
 
 
An Easter centerpiece with an aged wire basket filled with burlap eggs and a variety of decorative orbs
 
Even a mug tree can become part of a centerpiece!
 
To use a mug tree in an Easter centerpiece I topped it with a bird nest, hung a few white mugs and burlap eggs on it. I printed vintage Easter cards on regular paper and clipped them to the mug tree with clothes pins that were stamped with Easter'ish words.
 
I nestled an egg filled faux nest on the top and filled the rest of the mug tree with more burlap eggs, my Mikasa Italian Countryside mugs and some vintage Easter postcards that I attached with stamped clothespins.
 
A faux bird nest and bird flank a mug tree filled with burlap eggs and vintage Easter images add lots of interest to this Easter centerpiece.
  
I don’t remember where I bought them, but I’ve had these dancing bunnies for years and have always loved their vintage vibe.
 
Elements of an Easter centerpiece
 
There’s a chippy bird tucked in a mossy nest on the backside of the egg basket.
I’ll never forget that he was my one and only purchase when hitting yard sales one Saturday.
 
A faux bird nest in an Easter Centerpiece
  
His little face is so weathered and worn that you can barely make out his features, but that just makes him that much more endearing to me.
 
A chippy bird and faux bird nest are part of an Easter centerpiece
  
My large cloche holds a ceramic rabbit that I made eons ago.
Did any of you do ceramics?
You can get a peek at his little mate in the terrarium on the sideboard.
  
Easter centerpiece using burlap and natural elements via Worthing Court blog
 
He looks pretty happy under there with his raffia bow tie and moss covered rocks.
Do you think he has his eye on that bottle of carrot juice???
 
Easter centerpiece using burlap and natural elements via Worthing Court blog
 
A wicker tray that I ordered from Farmhouse Decor holds another cloche and some faux greenery in a little black pot.
 
Easter centerpiece using burlap and natural elements via Worthing Court blog
 
It’s hard for me to do, but I try to use favorite pieces on the back side of my centerpieces too.
 
Easter centerpiece using burlap and natural elements via Worthing Court blog
 
I have a real tendency to put everything that I like on the front side, so it’s always a struggle for me.
 
Easter centerpiece using burlap and natural elements via Worthing Court blog
 
I hope you’ve enjoyed this little tour around my Easter centerpiece.
 
Easter centerpiece using burlap and natural elements via Worthing Court blog

 

Easter centerpiece using burlap and natural elements via Worthing Court blog
 
Easter centerpiece using burlap and natural elements via Worthing Court blog
 
May you and your loved ones enjoy celebrating this most special day of the year!
 
 
Easter centerpiece using burlap and natural elements via Worthing Court blog
 
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