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  1. Jane Jones says:

    Now I need to find a small drawer, maybe have hubs make one for me. Just remembered he said he won’t make me a coffee table I saw in a magazine, I asked him to make me a new coffee table, will be perfect, couple of painted crates and 2 nice sanded long thick boards top and bottom along with some casters for moving it.
    Love your wonderful Easter table centerpiece, it’s so pretty. Great idea using a small drawer. Will be really cute with summer garden tools and pumpkins for Fall .Be sure to take photo so we can see it both times.
    Have great weekend. Enjoy your blog a lot.

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Glad you’re enjoying it here, Jane! Your coffee table ideas sounds great; hope you can find a small drawer! And yes, I can’t wait till spring when I can fill it with old garden tools, clay pots and moss:)

  2. So cute. I like the idea of covering the eggs with cloth and trim! Your house must look so nice for the Easter holdiay!

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Thanks, Kathy! After seeing white outside for so many months, I do go a little crazy with the spring decor!I’ve been in color deprivation for so long…!

  3. What a beautiful centerpiece! My 92-yr old Dad just made me some red wooden tulips – you’ve given me an idea for a great way to display them!

    1. Denise, What a treasure! I’m so glad you got an idea of how to use them! Happy styling!

  4. I love it when something that’s been sitting around for a while finally gets its makeover 🙂 Nice job with these cubbies, Lora, and thanks for linking up your posts with us at Vintage Charm–

  5. This center piece looks fabulous. Your update with the tulips and eggs are so pretty. This box will be the workhorse for centerpieces.

    1. Thanks, Debra! You’re so right…I can put garden tools in it this summer and mini pumpkins in it for fall; I knew it was too valuable to sell;)