12 Fun and Simple Easter Home Decor Ideas
Deco Mesh Carrots
Make your own door decor with this Mardi Gras Outlet inspired bunch of deco mesh carrots. After you’ve gathered the eight supplies needed, you’ll follow the four, clear-cut steps they have perfectly illustrated. If you enjoy making life a little simpler (as I’m sure we all do), you can find all the products in one place, directly from the Mardi Gras Outlet for about $35.
Easter Egg Tree
Are you ready to embrace all the soft colors of this season? Cristina Garay from Remodelando la Casa sure is. She repurposed these used egg shells and created an Easter egg tree centerpiece. You can trace the three silhouettes onto cardboard and festive paper, and then glue them together. Wrapping paper also makes for a good stand, just use a hot glue gun. Once it dries and stands upright, use the hot glue to hold the shells in place. To find out how to put together the rest of this artsy centerpiece, head over to their blog.
Eggstravaganza Table Arrangement
This beautiful arrangement from StoneGable takes under 10 minutes to create. To make this arrangement, you’ll need faux eggs, stems of faux spring flowers, and a glass cylinder. Next, you’ll need to fill the container with eggs, cut the floral stem, add them in, and voilà. You can use it as a decorative centerpiece in your living room, island top, or anywhere you’d like to add a sprinkle of Easter fun in any room setting.
Glass Easter Jars with Bunny Ears
Jamie from So Much Better With Age created this cute decor using her favorite jam jars. She added in some mini clay pots, miniature bunny toys with moss, Easter eggs, and ribbons. Follow her seven easy steps if you’d like to add her creative bunny jars to your Easter table.
Carrot Napkin Utensil Holder
Looks pretty simple, right? There’s no fancy painting or gluing needed to create this easy carrot-looking utensil holder. You’ll only need five supplies, including: regular-sized orange napkins, green plastic utensils, orange ribbon, green paper or plastic grass, and a terra cotta pot. Kelly Dixon from smartschoolhouse even put out a quick two-minute video that shows you how to put this together from start to finish.
We just can’t get enough of these cute Eastery wreaths. But I have to say, nothing tops adorable more than this bunny wreath inspired by Sprinkle Some Fun. To create this bunny, you’ll need to gather a few different wreaths, 26-gauge brown wire, hot glue, tiny flowers and vines, and 4 feet of 1-inch ribbons. If you fancy watching video tutorials instead, check out this easy, quick video published by Rachel Rockwell.
Simple Festive Centerpiece
Midwest Living is keeping things simple for us. Just pick up a small vase, buy your favorite flowers, and add spring colors to small-sized eggs. It’s never too late to liven up your home with some holiday fun!.
Bird Nests in Flower Pots
What a perfect way to decorate for both Easter and the spring season. All Things Heart & Home created this crafty pot using 3 birds nests they owned, leftover moss, hot glue, 3 clay pots, and watered-down craft paint in off-white. If you’d like to see what else they used, head over to their blog.
Mini Eggs in Mini Pots
How egg-dorable are these miniature egg-stuffed pots? Personally Adrea created them using mini peat pots (purchased at the dollar store), shredded kraft paper (or Easter grass), bakery twine, and Easter mini eggs. Gathering the supplies is the “tricky” part, but assembly could not be easier!
Tulips Inside a Tall Vase
Leanna from Faeries & Fauna knows how to add sophistication and modern craft into the spring mix. This tulip arrangement only requires following a few steps. To do it yourself, you’ll need a package of tulips, a tall vase, elastic, rocks or other vase fillers, measuring tape or ruler, and scissors. If you’re interested in recreating this delicate, simple work of art, follow the easy steps in their blog.
Curious Little Bunny Pots
Even these cute little furry critters are egg-cited about these craft ideas. This idea was inspired by DoesMeadow’s cute creation. DIY by purchasing the bunnies, pots, and your preferred choice of flowers.