Dough bowls are so fun to decorate seasonally. I love it! The possibilities are endless. They make beautiful centerpieces on a dining table, coffee table or entry table.
I love my dough bowl. I actually got it years ago at Hobby Lobby, for a steal too! Dough bowls can be pricey, so I cherish mine.
For my spring dough bowl I am using supplies all from Hobby Lobby except for the flameless candle. The flameless I am using in my dough bowl is by Uyuni. It’s really cool and so realistic looking. I got it at a local shop.
- Dough bowl or a tray would work too
- Green Baby’s Breath Garland from Hobby Lobby
- Cream Berry Wreath from Hobby Lobby
- 3 large speckled eggs from Hobby Lobby
- Glass candle holder from Hobby Lobby
- Happy Easter sign from Hobby Lobby
- Flameless candle
The cost for all the supplies to create this centerpiece except for the dough bowl and flameless candle which I had was $34.00. I always wait until there is a sale to gather my supplies. I can’t justify buying them at regular price when I know they are usually on sale every few weeks.
If you don’t have a dough bowl a tray would work.
First I add this beautiful garland in the dough bowl. I love this garland. You get a lot of bang for your buck.
Next I added the candle holder in the center and then added the small wreath over the candle holder.
I then trimmed the ribbon off the speckled eggs and tucked them into the garland. I love the way that looks.
Finally I added this cute Happy Easter sign also from Hobby Lobby. I love the way it pops.
The great thing about this dough bowl is after easter I can remove the sign and still use the dough bowl for spring. This dough bowl would work even into summer as well.
I can also remove the eggs and add lemons for summer would look really pretty or even add some boxwood balls or even moss balls. The possibilities are endless.
I hope this gave you some inspo for your dough bowl or tray for spring and Easter too!
If you love this look and do it too I’d love to see! Snap a picture and tag me on Instagram at motherthyme!