I am so excited!!  For a couple of years my mom has had a really cool three tier tray that she decorates for the holidays.  For nearly that long I have been looking for one that I think will work in my house.  I guess I am picky but I finally found this one {Emerson Stand} at Magnolia Market and I absolutely love it!!  It is a little larger than what I was ultimately hoping for but it is so darn cute that I just don’t care.  Easter is the first time I have been able to use it and I had a great time styling it.

Don’t you love the combination of wood and metal??  To play off of those elements I decided to pull white accessories.  I also used various heights of mason jars filled with speckled eggs and some grape vine.  It reminds me of a birds nest??

My favorite part of the top layer…the bunny and chick cookie cutters.  I love that they act almost like a window and you can see the rest of the items through them.  A few springs of faux pink flowers give it the color I wanted without being too much.

So cute!!  Cookie Cutters make me happy!!

On the bottom shelf, I kept with white accents and speckled eggs.  Instead of a mason jar, I used an antique milk bottle.  The white rabbit barely fit but was too cute to not add.  The white “E” for Easter was one I had laying around from another project.

Mason jars are always one of my favorite decorating components for almost anything.

Stacking a small cupcake stand with a little white bowl stacked on top adds both interest and extra height.

I then moved on to other areas of the home but kept with the same speckled eggs and even larger mason jars.

One of the things I like to do for any type of decorating, is to use one of the many pedestal cake plates I have collected and add items to the top.  In this case, a cute wood sign I purchased at Hobby Lobby a few years ago and yet another white bowl with eggs was perfect.   A few more pieces of grape vine and I loved the finished, yet simple look.

Finding a cute and inexpensive plate {again Hobby Lobby} is a great way to get all of the holiday feel for little money…

I keep most of my decorations on my hutch because it makes a big impact but isn’t over the top.  We live in a very small house {between 1000 & 1100 square feet} and so too much is…too much!!  The Happy Easter banner is one I purchased from Target a few years back.

To finish things, I added a few Easter items to the wood crate that I keep on the kitchen table.  Another sweet bunny, more eggs {I may have gone over board} and my white chalk board {Hobby Lobby}.  Fun added touches to bring the holidays to our home.

I hope that somehow I have inspired your Easter decorating and would love to hear any ideas that you have.  Enjoy!

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