Fun and Easy DIY Easter Decorating Ideas for Your HomeMarch 30, 2015 // Posted in:
Last Updated on March 30, 2015
Are you hosting Easter this year, or simply looking to bring your Easter décor to the next level? Well, you’ve come to right place! We have some super easy DIY Easter decorating ideas that you can create with your family, right in the comfort of your own home.
Easter Egg Garland
This is a simple way to add a dash of spring color and cheer to your banister, mantel, or hallway opening. Buy three dozen eggs and poke a hole on either ends of each egg (with a needle). Then blow out the contents, leaving them empty inside. Dip the eggs in the food coloring(s) of your choice and let them dry. Then, take fishing line or jewelry cord and string them together into a garland and voilà! You have a beautiful, budget-friendly decoration for Easter. (You can even preserve it for next year!)
Easter Egg Planter
Easter egg planters are a great way to add a pop of color to your Easter dining table. Get a dozen eggs and crack them at the top. Drain the contents, clean them with water, and put them back in the egg carton. (You can dip them in dye if you’d like to color them.) Fill the bottom of each egg with dirt and then fill them with your favorite flowers, succulents or grass. You can place them on your table or anywhere you like. You can keep them in the carton and fill in around them with colored grass. Or, you can place them in a dish or pot of your choosing.
Easter Egg Wreath
An Easter egg wreath can bring a touch of spring to your door. You can start with a grapevine wreath as a base. Purchase faux speckled eggs, faux flowers or vines, burlap ribbon, thin craft wire and a hot glue gun at your local craft store. Use the craft wire to arrange your flowers around the wreath, weaving the stems into the grapevine. Use the hot glue gun to adhere the eggs onto the grapevine, arranging around the flowers and vines. As a final touch, make it your own with a touch of baby’s breath, pussy willows or your favorite spring flower. Use the burlap ribbon for hanging.
Easter Candy Vase
If you have left over Easter candy, this is a fun, pretty way to use it up. Take any glass vase that you have in your home and fill it with layers of the candy – peeps, chocolate eggs, jelly beans or a layer of colored Easter grass to make it crafty. For more pizazz, you can even take your favorite spring flowers – daffodils, daisies or tulips – and stick them into the candy to make the vase more festive.
We hope these decorating ideas have been helpful. If you have other Easter decorating ideas or comments, please add them below!
HAPPY EASTER FROM GRANITE TRANSFORMATIONS!