First I added two vintage gardening books that I recently acquired on one end.
The back of the book is very decorative too so it will work well on one end.
On the opposite side of the books, I placed a rusty lantern with a missing glass insert. It's nice and tall and balances the books well.
A faux bird's nest and eggs fits perfectly in the lantern.
Now to fill up the middle of my box, I picked a white ironstone French pitcher and a faux greenery zinc pot.
The zinc pot fit pretty well inside the pitcher.
Since I wanted this vignette to be more about spring than Easter, I opted for a bird finial and not a bunny. The bird is just a little too short to be seen easily in the box. One of my favorite vignette props is a pillar candle holder. The bird will stand on the candle holder.
This candle holder is stained wood, but you can paint them too so they match your decor. They raise up pots quite nicely too. Candle holders are easily found at thrift shops for $1.
My bird finial is placed in the front of the box. To fill in around my vignette, I have added moss balls that I purchased at Walmart. They are various sizes and give the box a finished look. I also use Christmas ball ornaments, pine cones, Easter eggs and other small items to fill in around my container vignettes.
Here is a stack of small peat pots with Spanish moss and a moss ball inside.
Here are two recently acquired vintage garden tools. I washed them up and then coated them with coconut oil. It deepens the rust and wood tones.
The garden tools are added to my vignette.
Here's a close up of my vintage spring vignette.
Do you like container vignettes?