Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Peter Cottontail Tablescape


It's been a busy week here at
Purple Chocolat Home
sewing and crafting for
Easter and this ruffled
round burlap tablecloth is
the star!  

I have been wanting to make one of these
for a long time and just got going on it
this week.  I will give a tutorial on it later.
I just love the look of it and it goes so well with - 



These adorable Peter Cottontail chair sashes


that I will also give you a tutorial on later.



and finally these darling bunny ear napkin
rings that I made, so you can see it has
been a busy and fun week!


This table brings Peter and friends right
out into the garden with the brown of the
burlap tablecloth.  Can I just say how much
I am in love with this, all ruffles and rustic
yet feminine?




The bunnies are playing in the garden with
the cabbage plates stacked on one another.


Pink and green is one of my favorite combinations.
The first dress I ever sewed in 7th grade was
pink and green for my Easter Dress.


A pretty pink cabbage bowl tops the stack.



It is a beautiful sunny day so these
bunnies really are outside enjoying the weather.


Pink and green is the color scheme,
hoping that soon the garden will be
showing pink and green.


 Both pink and green goblets
accent the table.


This stunning bunny casserole takes
center stage on our table today.


And he is surrounded by his friends.







We have had an extremely mild winter this year
and today was perfect to get outside and play.


What a fun week getting some long awaited
projects done to help decorate for Easter.  Look
for my tutorials on the 
Ruffled Round Burlap Tablecloth
Bunny Tail Chair Sashes
and
Bunny Ears Napkin Rings.
!I was inspired by Susan's tutorial
a few weeks ago on these napkin rings,
having seen them at Pier 1 and they were
fun and easy.)

I will be posting this with

Sources
Chargers - Pier 1
Cabbage Plates - Home Goods
Cabbage Bowls - Tuesday Morning
Flatware - Tuesday Morning
Napkins - Home Goods
Green Goblets - Tai Pan
Pink goblets - gift from my niece
Covered Bunny Casserole - Home Goods
Ceramic bunnies - Home Goods
Chair Sash, Tablecloth and Napkin Rings - DIY

Jacqueline
Jacqueline

Chocolat - French for Chocolate. I adored chocolate from a young age when I had to sneak in the cupboard to find where my mother had hidden the Nestle's Chocolate Chips. Having read about the famous chocolat shoppes in Paris, when I finally got there I was determined to try a chocolate from every Paris shoppe. I invite you to share my adventures in creating, in travel, and in life.

31 comments:

  1. You did a great job..!
    I am just in the planning satges and nothing comes close:)

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  2. Absolutely Adorable and so Appealing! You get a tripe AAA rating! I love the tablecloth and your beautiful cabbage leaf plates are the perfect accent with the bunnys. Excellent pink and green color choices everywhere. I love it all!

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  3. Totally adorable and whimsical, can I come over? :-)

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  4. Great job in planning ahead! I have loved the bunny ear napkin rings since I made them two years ago. Those cotton tails are soooo adorable!

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  5. love love LOVE this, its all so adorable! from those little cotton tails, to my favorite color combos, you are making me swoon... I am living in the beach and only ever see blue, greens and grays, your pics are just popping out all over!

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  6. Jackie this is my favorite tablescape you have ever done. REALLY and I love all of them. THis one is it. Simple and cute. I'd love this in my dining room. You've been a busy girl.

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  7. Your table is very pretty Jacqueline, lovin' the pink and green! The bunny tails on the back of the chairs are just too cute-enjoy the nice weather:@)

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  8. love love love the burlap paired with your cabbage plates and bunnies! The tablecloth and chair ties are just adorable! I can't believe it's time to bring out the bunnies already!
    Jenna

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  9. You have been busy and it shows. The ruffled burlap tablecloth is lovely. I have admired that for quite some time. You made this table fun and so oretty too. The chairs look fabulous with the bunny cottontails. Great job Jackie. Love this one.

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  10. Too cute- magazine worthy too! You have such a great collection of cute stuff to decorate with. Love the bunny casserole and tea pot. Those bunny ear napkin rings are going to be big this year! The bunny tails sashes and the burlap tablecloth are the cutest. Wonderful plate stack and stemware!

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  11. Gorgeous!! I have seen similar chair ties and bunny ear napkin rings at pier 1 and loved them! I am so excited for your upcoming tutorial! This is just too cute! Come link up to centerpiece Wednesdsy on my blog http://thestylesisters.blogspot.com/2015/02/centerpiece-wednesday-little-of-this.html?m=1
    Karin

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  12. You have made my day, what a happy, fun, festive, lovely, wonderful tablesetting. You are the greatest. Thank you for sharing. What a joy. Janice (hotpl8zandtablescapes)

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  13. Everyone else has said it all - this is just adorable. I love the ruffled tablecloth and the chair sashes. I'll be back for the tutorials!

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  14. My oh my, so very very pretty. Love how you have put it all together. I'm not even going to say how many of the same things I have. LOL. But again this table is gorgeous!

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  15. This is so charming. Every little detail is perfection!

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  16. I love, love, love your ruffled table cover. Amazing and truly beautiful! The Peter Cottontail chair wraps are wonderful, too. I love you pink and green dishes. It's all a feast for the eyes! :-)

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  17. Oh I so love everything about your Peter Cottontail table...from the adorable chair sashes, napkin rings and wonderful ruffled burlap tablecloth! Your pink and green stack of dishes is perfect for every bunny! ♥

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  18. You have totally outdone yourself with this table. The cloth and the chair adornment are fabulous, even more so because you made them, That almost makes me envious.

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  19. Love it. The burlap tablecloth is so sweet with the whimsical cabbage plates. Your table really makes a statement. It would be one of the best Easter tablesettings that I have seen and would love to have for my own home. I am sure adults as well as children would be delighted over this "storybook" tablesetting.

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  20. Your chair sashes are just adorable and I love your charming bunny table. Love all your dishes! The ruffled topper is sweet as well. I have the bunny pitcher but I am having trouble finding it. I plan to use it in next week's tea party. Thanks for sharing and for your visit. Have a wonderful weekend.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  21. Loving all the burlap touches. The ruffled table cloth is charming, and all your Peter Rabbit details are equally so. Crushing on that gorgeous tureen.
    You are way ahead of me. I'm still stuck on creating a Year of the Sheep post. Ha!

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  22. Ooh Jacqueline, I'm sighing and swooning over here in delight at your adorable table! Yes, rustic and ruffles with all your pretty dishes and accessories is sooo pretty. The pink and green color combo is so Spring-y. I love it all.

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  23. I LOVE everything about this table! The china, the tablecloth, and the cute little fluffy bunny tail chair sashes. So creative! :)

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  24. I LOVE everything about this table! The china, the tablecloth, and the cute little fluffy bunny tail chair sashes. So creative! :)

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  25. I am not a big fan of burlap, but that tablecloth is adorable with all the layers. Love the table with all those BP plates and that awesome bunny tureen!
    Have a wonderful weekend, Jacqueline.

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  26. I love the burlap table cloth. Your Easter tablescape is so adorable. Love the cabbage dinner ware.

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  27. Jacqueline, I love it all- the girly burlap tablecloth and the adorable ears, and the pink and green colors, but especially the bunny in the middle! Beautiful! Linda

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  28. this is precious. I can not believe Easter is around the corner. I have some of my Easter decorations out ut was saving the post for laster. you did a great job Love it.

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  29. Jacqueline, I LOVE everything about your Peter Cottontail Table! Your colors, your tableware, Your adorable centerpiece, chairs with adorable little detail, I could go on and on! I am your newest follower and I have pinned like crazy! Would you please come share your beautiful tablescape over at my What to do Weekends Party? I would love to (feature) it! Shhh! I hope I see you there!
    Happy Tuesday,
    Theresa @ Shoestring Elegance

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  30. Your table is just beautiful! Thank you for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

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