Vintage Jello Mold Centerpiece for Easter

I'm excited to share a new project made using parts from a project I've made before. 


chippy board with cups and eggs


 

vintage tins with string and supplies


For this project, I began with a very chippy board from my workshop. 


The chippier the better! 


Chippy wood


found it on the beach a while back, it may have even been part of a boat after the hurricane we had here. 



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I love all the chippiness but I wanted to wax the piece so the chips wouldn't get all over my house. 


I used a white wax by Miss Mustard Seed then buffed it with an old shoe shine brush. 



The next step was similar to the speckled egg bowl I made recently. 


I used a blue spray stain then rubbed it into the white wax to give my chippy board a blueish tint. 


Chippy wood with vintage jello cup


Next, I attach the jello cups to the board by screwing through the holes I had drilled in the bottom of the cups.  


I filled each cup with crinkled brown craft paper.


chippy wood with vintage jello cup and crinkled paper


I added faux flowers around the cups with a few drops of hot glue.


Jello Mold with crinkled paper and flowers


When it was finished I filled the cups with speckled eggs

My chippy Spring table centerpiece was now ready for the Easter table. 


Chippy jello mold centerpiece


And... I realized that this chippy board fit perfectly inside this metal basket on my coffee table too. 


chippy jello mold centerpiece and basket


chippy jello mold centerpiece and basket


These cute little chocolate bunny molds look right at home here too.


chippy jello mold centerpiece and bunny


Happy Spring! 

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Homeroad
Homeroad

I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .

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  1. This is just too cute for words!

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    1. Hi! I believe that basket was from Decorsteals.com :). Thanks so much for visiting I hope you'll follow along by email :)

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