10 DIY Easter Decorations Ideas
If you’re anything like me, I’m not very crafty. I love to show a hint of the season without going over the top. I also hate to spend a ton on decorations, and have them sit in a box all year. So here are some ideas I wanted to share that I found, I thought you may like too!
These yarn Easter eggs would be fun to make with kids. All you need are small balloons, pastel yarn, Mod Podge, and a paintbrush. Blow up the balloon and carefully wrap it with yarn. Paint over the yarn with the glue. When the glue is completely dry, pop the balloon.
2) Upcycled Vases for Easter Flowers
This project is much easier than it looks. Use old clear glass bottles to make colorful vases. Make sure the bottles are as dry as possible before painting. Pour a little bit of acrylic craft paint in your bottles and roll them around to ensure the insides are coated completely. Let dry for at least 3 days. Be sure you don’t fill these vases with water, or the paint will come off.
Use a glass trifle dish for this project. Layer chocolate coated candies in the bottom of the trifle dish. Add a layer of marshmallow bunnies. Add more layers of candies in various spring pastels. When the jar is full, simply add silk flowers. Put a few marshmallow bunnies on skewers and add them to the bouquet.
All you need for this dazzling project are eggs, glitter, white glue, washi tape, and toothpicks. Blow out the inside of brown or white eggs and let dry. Dip the eggs in the glue and sprinkle with glitter. For fun stripes and patterns, try masking the eggs with washi tape. You can also make polkadots with your fingertip dipped in white glue.
7) Babies Breath, pastel Eggs
8) Paper Flowers
Make these cute little rosettes out of cardstock paper, hot glue, and floral picks. (Tutorial: The Sweetest Digs)
9) Egg Wire Basket Centerpiece
I love how fresh this looks! The contrast with the white and new pink are stunning.
10) Golden Easter Eggs
Amazing what a little paint can do? Add a little elegance and make these golden eggs! So adorable.
What’s your favorite DIY Easter decoration ideas? I’d love to know!