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Daffodils centerpiece in our dining room

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Would you believe me if I told you I finally removed the Christmas tray filled with candles from our dining room table? Last weekend I decided to make an Easter egg wreath for our front door but the rain and dampness was starting to destroy the wreath so I moved it inside and created a spring centerpiece using daffodils.

daffodils in our dining room



The wreath alone looked a little silly on the table so I headed to Home Depot and picked up these inexpensive daffodils for $2 each.

daffodils in our dining room

I wrapped 3 small vases with natural colored burlap to hide the black plastic planter that the daffodils sit in.

decorate with daffodils centerpiece


A very easy and simple way to add color to any spot in your home.

daffodils in our dining room

Be sure to check out our Easter egg wreath tutorial which only took 15 minutes to make. Simply add daffodils or any spring flowering bulb that you can find to a vase or even a basket and viola, you now have a cute springy centerpiece.

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  1. What type of container did you put the daffodils in?

    1. They are sitting in a glass vase. I pull them out when I need to water them 🙂

  2. The daffodils are sweet, but I’m wondering about those yellow curtains? Love them!

  3. Kathie Hood says:

    Remember to plant those daffodils outside and you can enjoy them for years to come. Great idea!

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