Easy Pretty Daffodil Tree

Wanting to add some cheery and Spring-like to my dining room table, I decided to make a quick and easy daffodil centerpiece. Daffodils are the first flower I think of when it comes to Spring. They are so bright and cheery and a welcomed splash of vibrant yellow after a gloomy winter.

I am almost embarrassed to post this because it is so scary easy! LOL

Just grab a styro cone, silk daffodils and some kind of pedestal.



I had planned to mix pansies with the daffodils but, once I started, I changed my mind and went just with daffodils.



I chose this pretty pewter pedestal dish. It is a little beaten up, but I really like it.



Just snip off each daffodil stem leaving about an inch of the wire stem and start at the bottom and poke them in. That's it! I told you it was embarrassingly easy!

I will show it set up as a centerpiece on my table soon.





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30 comments :

  1. Easy and very cute. Looking forward to seeing it on a table.

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  2. The daffodil centerpiece is beautiful. Can't wait to see it on your table.

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  3. Hi! I just found you through another blog (the Plumed Pen). This is so pretty and so creative! I think it's a wonderful spring idea and it can be changed out for other seasons, too.
    Patricia

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  4. Thanks for sharing that! That really does look easy to do and it is so pretty!

    Hugs,
    Angela

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  5. It just may be easy enough that I can do it myself! LOL! Beautiful!

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  6. I love this! It is beautiful and the daffodils are putting me in the mood for spring! Very clever!

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  7. How sweet. I'm glad you posted it, because I can never even figure out the simplest things.

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  8. That is really very cute! I'm thinking my kitchen could use a touch of spring...
    xoxo Pattie

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  9. SOOO Cute! Love this idea, for splashes of color around the house!

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  10. I love this idea and in fact, I happen to have some styrofoam cones up in my Craft Room so I hope to try this project soon. I need to find a nice pedestal! Thanks so much for the great idea!!
    Debbie

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  11. Now that is cute and easy. Love the pop of springtime it gives.

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  12. That is so pretty! I love the yellow of the flowers - they stand out so much.

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  13. What a wonderful idea and it's so pretty and perfect for spring!

    Kat :)

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  14. It may have been easy, but it has great impact! My daughters favorite flower and I will be trying this one for her...I will send it up to her at college...thanks!
    ♥, Susan

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  15. Following you from Beneath Naps On The Porch.

    This is so cheery! I love it!

    http://extremepersonalmeasures.blogspot.com/

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  16. Great job! I found you from Make it for Monday. I am your newest follower!!! I can't wait to see what you do next!
    Bonnie
    http://creatingahouseofgrace.blogspot.com

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  17. Such a sweet idea, Diann! You did a lovely job. Love it!

    Cheers!
    Tina

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  18. Super sweet and easy...love it...

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  19. Very pretty - and you are right - so easy!

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  20. Very pretty! I would love to do something like this for my buffet on Easter.

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  21. Pretty daffodil topiary, Diann! My daffodils are blooming in the garden, yipee!...Christine

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  22. Love the yellow! Thanks for sharing with Made it Monday! Jules

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  23. cute! Also a big thanks for posting all the other fun Monday blogging spots. Great blog!

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  24. No reason to be embarrassed about this craft- it's so cute! And easy makes it all the better. I'm glad you shared it.

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  25. Diann,
    This is just gorgeous.. I love it.

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