My spring decor continues! Yesterday, I shared our spring mantel with blue mason jars and daffodils to add a pop of sunshine yellow! Today is my dining room chandelier. I have a box of very old Easter eggs that were purchased at an estate sale as well as some beautiful hand painted eggs that my mother-in-law bought for me. Every year, I hang them from our dining room chandelier.
They create a colorful focal point for our Easter dinner and give the room some spring flair!
Tomorrow I will share the “after” pics of the Baker Secretary. It’s gorgeous and I can’t wait to show you all! Don’t forget to swing by for Inspiration Friday to link up and share your own latest projects!
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I love that idea Suzanne!!! I’m definitely doing this to a dozen eggs my kids and I decorated when they were little. Such a great way to have them on display.
It is the perfect way to show them off and gives a colorful boost to the dining room – so glad you like it!
What a truly lovely custom!!
Love your Easter egg decorating and especially the meaning behind it all.It looks great.
Thank you so much Marlene! I love this time of year 🙂
I’ve never seen this done before – it’s SO cute! I will definitely be sharing. I finished the dresser I was working on late last week so I’ll see you Friday at the link party! Have a great night, Coco
Thanks Coco! Can’t wait for you to share the dresser – is it the beach glass one? Love it!
Pamela-From My Front Porch To Yours
What a great idea. Beautiful eggs you used!
Wendi @ H2OBungalow
Creative! Love your beautiful eggs:) I found myself looking at as many as I could to see what each one had on it!
Amy | Canary Street Crafts
I love your pretty eggs! They look gorgeous hanging from the chandelier. That’s a lovely way to display them!
So pretty and it definitely brings spring into the home. I wish there had been one additional photo from farther away so I could see a full length shot and how it looks in its room setting.
Thank you, Connie. I shall try to do a full pic and add it to a post soon! Thanks for pointing that out – I appreciate the feedback.