Ken Wingard’s Easter Tablescape


  • Burlap
  • Books
  • Paper labels
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun
  • Dinner plate
  • Candle stick
  • Cloche (glass bell for covering)
  • Terra cotta pots
  • Paint – base (blue) and white (top coat)
  • Sandpaper
  • Wicker baskets and bins (2 each)
  • Grass seeds
  • Soil
  • Hollowed out eggshells


  1. Create Risers Cover books with burlap, create cute book labels cut from paper.
  2. Build Bell Jar On A Stand Attach a dinner plate to a candlestick with hot glue and place cloche on top.
  3. White Wash Terra Cotta Pots Paint pots with base color (blue), let dry, paint top coat (white), let dry, sand through to create aging.
  4. Place Baskets Into Groups 2 baskets and 2 bins - aprox 6" and 10" diameter for each.
  5. Plant Eggshells With Grass Seeds For Place Settings Hollow out eggs add soil and seeds.
  6. Balls Of Moss Using one Styrofoam ball, we spray glue around it, wrap moss around entirety of the sphere, and then tie with a string to hold it all together.
  7. Plaster Eggs Take a raw egg, poke a hole in it, and blow it out. Then fill it with plaster using a squeeze tube and a funnel. Let dry and paint!

Ken's Additions:
• Planted Ferns in White Wash Pots
• Wisteria Arrangements • Added Daffodils • Burlap Tablerunner For more, visit Ken Wingard at and follow him on Twitter @KennethWingard.

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