As the cold days go by, we creep closer to one of our favorite times of the year Spring and finally the Easter season. I’m sure many of you like us are looking forward to those days. They will be here before too much longer. We’ve been searching for some ideas to bring those warm, bright Spring looks into our home. Something uplifting and cheerful that reminds us of past Easter Sundays. Something that takes us far away from the cold, dreary days of winter.
We’ve pick up a few items from the dollar and craft stores. And some of the other items we’ve had either from previous Easter decorations or are current household items. We made these Easter tabletop decorations with a small budget in mind.
Take a look and let us know what you think.
1. Easter Tabletop decor Galvanized Floral Container
We added a piece of chicken wire purchased from either a craft store or home improvement store to the base of the galvanized floral container. This will help us hold the picks in place as we fill the container up.
Next, separate the floral bunches into single flowers. Based on the depth of your container you may need to clip the ends of the flowers to fit the container. Then begin placing the larger flowers into the container first. We placed the smaller white flowers next and last the egg picks.
We made the plaid Spring bow and added the small bunny to the galvanized metal container. The chicken wire, plaid ribbon, and small bunny we already had from previous Easter decorating projects.
2. Easter Magenta Floral Welcome vase
To start, we placed a piece of chicken wire in the base of the white container. Attach the “Welcome” glitter sign to the chicken wire in the white container.
Add the separated magenta flowers to the vase. The larger 4 inch size eggs with glitter were separated into single pieces and made into picks by adding a stem to the back of the eggs. Then inserted the two larger eggs then the smaller egg pick. The white vase was a vase we had and did not purchase it for this specific Easter decoration.
3. Easter Basket with Purple Anemones and Spring Chicks
First, place some Easter grass in the base of the Easter basket about 1 inch deep. Separate the purple anemones into single flowers. Next, place the purple anemones in the grass of the basket working from one end to the other end. Add the pink bow and then the three little yellow chicks.
We used my daughter’s Easter basket as the container for this arrangement. The purple anemones were specifically purchased for this project.
4. Easter Lantern with Bird’s Nest
We took a more simplistic approach to decorating the Easter Lantern. We place some paper grass at the base and added the bird’s nest.
We tied a plaid Spring bow around the top of the lantern. Then we displayed the lantern next to a blue and white banded ginger jar filled with yellow and white tulips. The entire effect creates a warm, welcoming entrance to our home.
5. A Hungry Easter Bunny
We used a large 16 inch turquoise platter as a base for this centerpiece. The platter is one we’ve used previously. We added the moss to the base covering the area around where the hungry bunny will stand.
The bunny was placed in the center of the large platter. Then we added some more moss around the base of the bunny to cover the platter. Next, the three egg nests were laid around the front of the bunny. We inserted the carrots into the moss in various places around the bunny.
We added some dried flowers into the moss around the nest and carrots to partially conceal them. Then added a small bag of candy on the platter.
6. How Great Thou Art with Bunny on Footed Glass Compote
This 2-tier footed glass compote is decorated with grass leaves as a base on both tiers. Next, we added the white flowers, eggs, bunny and the How Great Thou Art egg shaped sign.
These Easter decor pieces were made with a small budget and when possible we used existing containers, ribbons, eggs, and floral pieces we had on hand. The Easter DIY decor pieces did not take much time to assemble. In fact, shopping for some of the new items required more time than actually assembling the decor pieces. These DIY Easter ideas are quick and easy to complete. We hope we inspired you to create your own DIY Easter projects. If you try any of these DIY Easter decor ideas, be sure to let us know how you make out.
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