Ciao readers! With only one more day left till I go on Spring break I am definitely feeling no school happy jitters/ sad jitters. This is my last break then I have 4 weeks left of school and then I am graduating. It has all gone by so quickly and I feel like the first day of senior year was yesterday. Easter is in less then two weeks and I cannot believe that Summer is almost here. To me it seems like the whole Holiday season went by way faster than it normally has in the past and that the months spanning from January to March went by in the blink of an eye! Anyone else feel this way?
With Easter just around the corner it is time for me to start sharing my Easter posts. I have a whole list of them lined up so don’t worry about a thing because my blog will have it covered. From gluten-free Easter recipes to fun and unique ways to decorate Easter eggs my blog is the place to be.
ENJOY today’s post 🙂
Transform leftover dyed eggs into bright, colorful candleholders. Scatter a few throughout your dining room for a unique and festive decoration.
- First, fold dyed cupcake liners (or use colored ones) in half and cut out petal and fringe shapes.
- Then, fold a piece of floral wire in half and twist around faux flower stamen.
- Next, poke the wire through the center of three to four paper liners.
- Finish off by wrapping floral tape around the base of the liners and continue to wrap down the “stem.”
Paper Punch Easter Eggs
- Cut out shapes with a paper punch and attach for instant pizzazz.
- Save paper egg cartons and give them a new life as a chic centerpiece.
- Cut out egg cups in groups of four and paint them white.
- Then arrange them in a circle and fill with eggs, flowers, or candy!
Napkin Bunny Ears
- First, fold a napkin in half to make a triangle, then roll into a long strip and fold in half again. Thread a six-inch pipe cleaner through a bead and secure around the napkin. Insert three 3-inch pipe cleaners through the beads as whiskers.
Polka Dot Eggs
These eggs are a must for this year’s hunt!
- Pro-tip: For colors that pop, mix one teaspoon of vinegar per one cup of warm water, adding 10 to 20 drops of gel dye.
Glass Jar Vase
- To make, bundle a half dozen milk jars with colorful string or twine, and then fill with your favorite blooms.
- First, hollow out the eggs and crack off the top.
- Then, hot-glue ribbon around the outside of the shells. Place a wet piece of floral foam inside and press in a few short stems.
Sprinkle Easter decor throughout your home. Place decorated eggs on porcelain stands, napkin holders, wood craft rings, or even paper cupcake liners for an extra oomph.
These next DIY decor ideas are ones that kids will especially love.
Easy DIY Easter Bunny From Styrofoam Cup
This is so easy and fun!
Detailed Instructions – DIYnCrafts – Cute Easter Bunny Cup
DIY Tissue Paper Easter Basket Decoration
These baskets are easy to make and only take a few minutes each.
Find detailed Instructions on DIYnCrafts – Decorative One-Egg Easter Basket
Simple DIY Easter Basket Decoration In Under 10 Minutes
If you want a DIY Easter decoration that is easy to do and takes very little time, this printable Easter basket idea is perfect. This one only takes about 8 minutes total.
Detailed Instructions – DIYnCrafts – DIY Paper Easter Basket
Easy 15 Minute Easter Jar Project
Find Detailed Instructions on Repurposed Nutella Jar Bunny
If you have Easter violets or other early spring flowers blooming outside your home, simply gather a few of them and make your own Easter bouquet.
Detailed Instructions by Slimpaley
Tiny Decorative Easter Baskets
Detailed Instructions – Mysisterscrazyblog
Flowered Egg Topiary
Detailed Instructions – Simplydesigning
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Have a great day!