How much fun are tiered trays? I love to decorate mine with cute vintage goodies for every season! Today, I’m participating in an Easter Blog Hop hosted by my dear friend Kippi from Kippi at Home. I’ll be showing you how I styled an Easter tiered tray.
If you’re here after a visit with the talented Olivia from Olivia O’hern, welcome! I just love her bunny craft! Be sure check out what the rest of my creative friends have been working on for Easter this year. You can find links to their blogs at the end of this post.
To style an Easter tiered tray, first choose an empty tiered tray. I made this thrift store cake pan tiered tray for next to nothing, but you can find ready made tiered trays on Amazon. The size will determine how many items you’ll need to fill it up. My tray is pretty small, but you can find much larger versions with three instead of two tiers if you prefer.
Next, pick out some decorative items that fit with your theme. I try to choose items in a variety of heights, and in odd numbers. And of course, I love to mix in vintage items for interest and charm. Get creative! The fun part is that your tiered tray will be uniquely yours!
Starting on the bottom, I chose this cute vintage bird planter from Japan. I love the colors!
This darling blue willow trinket dish was filled with moss for some texture.
I find rolls of string and twine to be very decorative.
Three vintage enamel brooches round out the bottom of the vignette.
Put the taller items at the back and the shorter items in front.
For the top tier, I started with a faux potted lavender plant from Dollar Tree. I added some moss at the base. These were featured on my Spring Gardening Themed Tablescape.
I adore this trio of vintage bud vases with roses.
Some years ago, I came across a stack of vintage greeting cards from the 40’s and 50’s at an estate sale. The owner of the home had kept the cards she’d received over the years. I love to use them in my seasonal vignettes. This one is held in place with an old flower frog.
A nest with a blue egg is just right for a springtime vignette!
Again, taller items go in the back and shorter items up front. The finishing touch is a Calico Critters bunny that belongs to my daughter.
I restyled the tray after I realized the bird’s nest wasn’t visible. Now, my Easter Tiered Tray makes me smile!
Look at that cute waving bunny! My daughter loved that he made his way into my tiered tray 🙂
Put your tray on a kitchen island, an entryway table, a coffee table or use it as a centerpiece. It’s an easy way to add some seasonal flair to your home!
Here are some more tiered tray ideas:
- Fall Tiered Tray
- Easy DIY Farmhouse Style Cake Pan Tiered Tray
- Patriotic Home Decor with a Vintage Style Tiered Tray
Now it’s time to “hop along” to the next blog! My friend Leslie from Feet Under My Table is sharing some great tips on how to save your Easter memories. You don’t want to miss it!
Until next time!
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