This is about the easiest thing ever. Not to mention just lovely and perfect for your Easter table.

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I am going to be featuring this pretty centerpiece, as well as a bunch of other Easter crafts on Access Hollywood tomorrow. Please, oh pretty please tune in!

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I will be sharing my ideas and getting my craft on with Billy Bush and Kit Hoover. Can you believe it?! I’m dying!

OK- back to the centerpiece:

First choose some of the beautiful spring bulbs that we have in season right now. Daffodils, hyacinth and grape hyacinth are some of my favorites. I also think that wheat grass would be very cute for this.

Select a few pretty baskets or planters. (mine are inexpensive tin wrapped in sheets of bark.) If you need the height- squish up some paper towels in the bottoms of the planter.

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Then put the plants (still in their plastic containers) inside the basket or planter. As many as will fit please! (mine happened to fit two in each container.)

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Pile bright green moss (available at any floral sale place- or even your grocery store floral department) around the edges of the planter, covering up the plastic and the dirt.

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Done!

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These planters would look beautiful down the center of a diningroom table. I placed them on a runner made from moss squares and then piled dyed eggs at the base of them.

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Here are some sneak previews of some of the other crafts I am featuring on access Hollywood.

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This is about the easiest thing ever. Not to mention just lovely and perfect for your Easter table.

IMG_0613

I am going to be featuring this pretty centerpiece, as well as a bunch of other Easter crafts on Access Hollywood tomorrow. Please, oh pretty please tune in!

IMG_0606

I will be sharing my ideas and getting my craft on with Billy Bush and Kit Hoover. Can you believe it?! I’m dying!

OK- back to the centerpiece:

First choose some of the beautiful spring bulbs that we have in season right now. Daffodils, hyacinth and grape hyacinth are some of my favorites. I also think that wheat grass would be very cute for this.

Select a few pretty baskets or planters. (mine are inexpensive tin wrapped in sheets of bark.) If you need the height- squish up some paper towels in the bottoms of the planter.

IMG_0592

Then put the plants (still in their plastic containers) inside the basket or planter. As many as will fit please! (mine happened to fit two in each container.)

IMG_0593

Pile bright green moss (available at any floral sale place- or even your grocery store floral department) around the edges of the planter, covering up the plastic and the dirt.

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Done!

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These planters would look beautiful down the center of a diningroom table. I placed them on a runner made from moss squares and then piled dyed eggs at the base of them.

IMG_0607

IMG_0610

IMG_0616

Here are some sneak previews of some of the other crafts I am featuring on access Hollywood.

IMG_0629 IMG_0631

IMG_0644

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