I wandered into Hobby Lobby on my lunch break yesterday and surprise, left with a bunch of awesomeness! Recently, I refurbished our victorian table by adding farmhouse style legs and thought it was a great time to create a spring tablescape, in hopes that spring will show it’s face soon!
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I purchased 2 lamb’s ear garland’s, a eucalyptus leaf garland, 2 bags of large lemons, and 1 bag of mini lemons. The garland’s were half off, ringing up at $10 each..score! The large lemons were $10 a bag but with Hobby Lobby’s online coupon, you can get them 40% off! The cashier ended up ringing my large lemon bags up at $0.98 each on accident, so I got a mega deal!
I started by placing a lamb’s ear garland into the chicken feeder. One garland was long enough to fill the entire chicken feeder and I just made sure to fluff the leaves so they stuck out a bit. I then randomly places the lemons inside of the chicken feeder, resting on top of the garland.
I wanted some more greenery in my spring tablescape so I took the last of my lamb’s ear garland and my eucalyptus leaf garland and wove them together. I then wove this underneath my chicken feeder to fill in this empty space.
For my plateware, I mix and match from the Maison Versailles collection at Macy’s. Most of my pieces are from the Maison Versailles Blanc Colette collection and I absolutely love them! The chargers I use underneath my plateware are a galvanized charger from Hobby Lobby. They are so budget friendly and add that farmhouse style I love!
To finish off this spring tablescape and still keep it farmhouse style, I always use these ticking stripe runner‘s on all my tables. They’re super budget friendly at $12.99 a piece and sometimes World Market runs awesome sales too!
I wanted to share a sneak peak of our dining room table transformation as well! No, I’m not showing you those amazing legs just yet. But I did manage to pick up a few pressback chairs from online sale sites for CHEAP and am loving the mismatched dining chair look. I just used Rustoleum’s White Linen chalk paint to give them a makeover and make the whole set look coherent. I then sanded to give them an aged look.
As for those awesome copper mules? They were granny’s old copper mules and are true antiques! But don’t worry, I’ve linked a few copper options for you!
Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you loved my copper and lemon inspired spring tablescape!
Zoe Everett says
This looks so effective! I would have never thought to create anything like this but I love it! I really love the copper mules too
Hayden Scharrer says
Thank you! Those were a hand-me-down from my grandma. She always had the mules hanging in her kitchen!
Oh wow what a beautiful table scape , you have given me bags of indeas as to how to style my table x also photos are beautiful x
Hayden Scharrer says
Thank you so much Pati!
Stacey Sheppard says
I love this beautiful tablescape. What a cool and quirky way to decorate. I’d never in a million years thought to use a chicken feeder. But it looks really effective.
Hayden Scharrer says
Thank you! My dad thought it was super gross I had it on my table haha but I guess he doesn’t get home decor!
Fawn Interiors Studio says
Ah, roll on Spring! Love these ideas…the copper mugs are absolute winners too.
Jenny Kakoudakis | Interiors & Home (@SeasonsInColour) says
Really enjoyed this post and shared on my Pinterest (scheduled to be precise…. before I went on a pinning spree using your photos from previous posts!!! :))) The chicken feeder is a great idea. The whole look is fresh and Spring-y!
A really unique and original idea. The photos for this post are really beautiful too.
Becky Pink says
These are gorgeous, they’d look lovey at Easter too xx
Mary | hellopeagreen says
oh wow I’d never have thought to have use a chicken feeder in this way. Would be beautiful at a wedding filled with flowers too. how inspired!
Little Owl Loves says
What a beautiful table feature idea! Absolutely stunning, so rustic and natural x over from littleowlblogs.wordpress.com