I can embrace winter for only so many months before my body starts physically craving sunshine and tulips. By the time Easter comes along, I am ready to put away the neutrals of winter and fill my home with every color under the sun. These simple Spring DIY décor ideas help me to exactly that.
I love general décor that is versatile and easy to use. These carrots are top on my list, as in I am making them today! Wrap yarn around styrofoam for a stiff carrot, or newspaper for a realistic shape. I plan to add my carrots to a jar in my entryway. A simple banner made with paint samples (what?) is not only easy to create, but practically free.
This cute tray filled with pretty spring greens and robin blue could work anywhere, or a wooden box that emphasizes the reason for the reason, are all great ways to accent Easter around the home.
One of my favorite types of Easter décor is bunny bums. I mean come on, how can you not smile when you look at this darling bunny décor.
Easter bums can be used in a banner, a door hanger, or a simple canvas. I love them everywhere and anywhere.
Of course, Easter is all about the candy, specifically eggs. Not only are they the center of the actual easter egg hunt, but they make super cute (and super cheap) décor. You can fill a simple vase with a bright color scheme, which makes a beautiful centerpiece.
Dot art is so popular right now, why not use buttons to achieve a similar look with the simple shape of an egg. My daughter would love to help out with this, better yet if you are having a family dinner get supplies for all the girls to make one!
Egg topiaries are easier to make than you think. Place a foam cone into your pot and secure with skewers. Then hot glue your eggs to the cone. There will be gaps…don’t worry that is where your moss will come into play. Hot glue moss in the gaps, tucking it in between the eggs. For more details you can check out the tutorial here.
Glue dots applied to eggs, with glitter sprinkled on top makes these perfect circles! Glitter takes a regular Easter decor up to notch to glamorous. Use regular glue or modge podge to completely cover an egg or to cover half an egg.
Don’t settle for general egg décor when you can personalize them, glam them up, and make them shine.
I love to prep my centerpiece well before Easter dinner. It makes such a good décor piece that you can use for weeks. They are even better when you can even use live flowers if you’re lucky enough to live in an area with fresh blooms. Using Easter candy in the jar is easy. You need two jar, one just smaller than the other. Once the smaller jar is inside the larger jar, gently pour candies evenly between the two jars. Fill the inside jar with water for your flowers.
I love this farmhouse centerpiece with flowers and eggs intermixed for a natural look.
You can fill a simple vase with a bright color scheme, which makes a beautiful centerpiece.
Little Insipration used egg shells (faux) to be the unique base to her flower arrangements. Easter decor is so beautiful with the colors and simple rebirth of baby bunnies, and hatching eggs. You really can’t go wrong with any of these beautiful spring DIY decor ideas.