Tablescapes, Blooming Watering Cans

This table was inspired by a watering can full of flowers

 

watering can pillow

 

The result, no doubt, of April Showers

 

Blooing watering Cans

 

Things in my garden are starting to bloom

 

hydrangeas

 

We took out some old bushes so there’s plenty of room

 

garden before

 

In late February the yard looked like this  ⬆️

 

summer dining

 

And a mere 3 months later, it’s a garden dreamed on a wish

 

watering cans in the garden

 

Hydrangeas are blooming

 

watering can napkin ring

 

They’re perfect for grooming

 

watering can table setting

 

and filling mini watering cans

 

blooming napkin ring

 

to hold napkins in place for wiping your hands

 

watering can garden table

 

If the sun gets too bright

 

umbrella dining

 

An umbrella can shade you just right

 

tall centerpiece covers umbrella stick

 

A tall centerpiece hides the pole from plain sight

 

watering cans and flowers

 

 

I bought this pillow on a whim, you know…

 

garden table place setting

 

I had no idea where it would ultimately go

 

watering cans in the garden

 

When it’s not in use outside, it can come on in

 

 

watering can vignette

 

It looks pretty great in any space it’s in!

 

summer living room

 

Here’s one more look at the before and after

 

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My gardeners were great but Mother Nature is the master crafter!

 

summer dining

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Thanks for visiting!

Juicy Details

watering can pillow/Target on my whirlwind 123 Party shopping spree

watering cans/plucked from my Watering Can Wreath

pewter plates/wedding gift

bowls/Home Goods last few years, but they still have some styles and colors

landscaper/Gardners Landscaping LLC, Birmingham AL- yes my landscapers name is Gardner!

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30 Responses to “Tablescapes, Blooming Watering Cans”
  1. Mary says:

    Jenna, You know I have blooming watering can love! Your new pillow is the perfect inspiration for an outdoor table and your hydrangeas blooming in your wee watering cans make such pretty napkin rings! I hope your new shrubs provide you with plenty of flowers! ♥

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  2. Jenna, what a cute pillow. Your landscaping looks great…and the hydrangeas so lovely! Happy Thursday!

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  3. Jemma says:

    Darling Pillow, you have me wanting some whimsical ones too-mine are a bit to practical.
    Garden heaven for sure! Love it!
    Be sure to share this with us at the garden party on Monday, we would love to have you.
    Have a great weekend and thanks for dropping by TOHOT too.
    Jemma

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  4. What a lovely space Jenna! I know you will get so much enjoyment from it. Love the watering can pillow and tablescape. Just gorgeous inside and out!

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  5. Your garden is beautiful. I’m going to steal your flowers in a watering can centerpiece idea!

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  6. Leslie Anne Tarabella says:

    Eating in a garden is such a peaceful treat. Your transformation is beautiful!

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  7. Your table and landscape look beautiful. Job well-done by all! I love the watering can pillow and the napkin “rings”. You are so creative!

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  8. Stacey says:

    That pillow is adorable!! Mother Nature really is a master crafter.

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  9. Hi! Before I forget, thanks so much for visiting The Marmelade Gypsy today. I’m doubly delighted because now I’ve seen your beautiful blog. I love that pillow — it’s perfect and I can see why it provided such inspiration. It’s a gorgeous table setting and I’d be delighted to join you for lunch any day of the week out there! Your garden is beautiful, too — here in Michigan we’re far behind you, but hoping to catch up! All the best!

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  10. Lynn says:

    Enjoy your new landscaping, it looks great:@)

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  11. Love that pillow! What a great inspiration for a tablescape. Great colors for a delightful and creative table.
    I have the cute cabbage leaf placemats too.
    Your new landscaping looks pretty. I know you’ll spend a lot of time there.

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  12. What a charming place to linger over tea!

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  13. Myrna says:

    What a jaw dropping transformation. Love the pillow. Why couldn’t we paint some ?

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  14. What a charming tablescape. I adore the centerpiece. We so appreciate you joining the Thoughts of Home on Thursday gathering. May you have a delightfully lovely weekend.

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  15. Kitty says:

    What a wonderful transformation, Jenna!!! It all looks so beautiful and enjoyable. Your table looks so inviting, and your poetry always makes me smile! Have fun in your lovely spot.

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  16. artandsand says:

    Your blooming watering can is so cute.

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  17. Laura says:

    I love your pillow! Isn’t it fun how a single accessory can start the creative process?
    I love your tablescape.

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  18. Jann Olson says:

    Love the pillow! I would have had to bring it home with me as well. You truly have transformed your garden. Very lovely! Thanks for sharing with the Garden Party.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  19. Oh that tablescape is stunning! Are those large green leaves real? Thank you for being a lovely flower that joined our garden party.

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