Hi everyone!

I thought I would share my daffodil tree I made last year. I just love of it. I think I will be using it in an upcoming tablescape. The whole thing started because I had found the styro cone at a thrift store for .25 cents. Isn't that the way it goes! LOL

I will be joining Seasonal Sundays



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 aluminum 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.



12 comments :

  1. You did a great job on your centerpeace! Thank You for stopping by this evening. Have a great Sunday......Julian

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  2. What a great idea and executed perfectly. Great to have you be a part of Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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  3. Hi Sweetie...
    What a gorgeous share today. I absolutely adore this beautiful daffodil tree. What a wonderful idea and yes, I think even I could handle this one. It looks so beautiful on your pedestal. I love it.

    I also have to tell you how much I enjoyed reading your toilet paper rolls and paper towel rolls being recycled in the use of your candles. What a wonderful idea, and to think I have been tossing them away and letting Bruiser chew them up and shred them. Oh my what a great use for them. They look so nice and neat stored inside and protected as well. I keep mine in my refrigerator out in the garage, and I can organize so much nicer with the rolls. I will be snatching each one this week for sure.

    Thank you again for the wonderful shares. I am so tickled to have received. Have a glorious weekend sweetie. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

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  4. I love this! Love love! You have such a clever mind!

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  5. Diane! I love this idea! Are your daffodils real or silk. I can't tell!

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  6. I love it Diann! So happy and colorful-enjoy:@)

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  7. Hey Girl, easy and quick is the best. I love it and I'll give it a try too. Stop by and see my quick new wreath I think it may surprise you.
    ~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

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  8. Love it! And for 25 cents! Those blooming cones are ridiculously expensive. I have two that I am hoarding -- the plan is to make seashell topiaries. But you never know...

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  9. That is so pretty! That would look so pretty on a Brunch table.
    Have a great Seasonal Sunday!

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  10. Diann,
    This is such a cute and easy project!! Thanks so much for sharing it wiht us!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  11. Oh wow! That looks so pretty and I love easy! Happy Spring!

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  12. What fun it was to watch this lovely centerpiece come together. Bravo!

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