With Easter less than a month away, I thought I would share 7 beautiful Easter decorating and craft ideas that can be done in an afternoon.
Once March rolls around, I start kicking my spring planning into high gear. I do my best to tune out the snow and bitter cold and trade it for thoughts of adding spring colors to each room whether it’s with a nicknack or a table setting. Color and new life that makes me smile and warms my heart.
With spring comes Easter, and I’m so delighted to join a group of friends to share really beautiful Easter decorating, entertaining and craft ideas! There’s so much inspiration loaded in this post!
7 Beautiful Easter Decorating And Craft Ideas
Sweet And Simply Neutral Easter Table Decor. I love this table setting that my friend Kristy with At Home With Kristy designed! First, if you’ve followed my blog for even a second, you know that I love to add a wreath to each place setting, and the boxwood wreaths put her tablescape over the top. And how she stacked the plates too!! So pretty. All of the neutrals bring a classic and calming vibe to the table showing that this table is not only a lovely Easter tablesetting, but a beautiful spring one, too. You can read all about Kristy’s neutral Easter table, HERE!
Easy DIY Easter Wreaths. Hands down, one of my favorite crafts to make, is a homemade wreath. Of any kind. Pairing spring clippings from the craft store with a super cute burlap bunny rabbit, Sheri from Savvy In The Suburbs made the cutest wreaths and then hung each one on her dining room chairs. So cute and so easy to make. You can read about these Easter wreaths and get the DIY, HERE!
How To Make Natural Dye Using Vegetables And Spices. Ok, mic drop here. I love love love to dye things using natural ingredients, from napkins to pillow covers, and now, Easter eggs! Wendy from WM Design House gives and amazing tutorial how to dye Easter eggs using natural ingredients, and they turned out so beautiful. It never crossed my mind to dye eggs using blueberries until now. You’ve got to see how gorgeous they turned out! You can see all of the beautiful egg colors, HERE!
How To Make An Easy Easter Egg Topiary Tree. I’m all in on the topiary thing! I love to make them and this Easter egg one that my friend Susan from Hen And Horse Design crafted is really pretty and looks so great on her table! I love a good craft that is easy, doesn’t take a long time to make, and totally makes a statement. I really like that she tucked in preserved moss in the small gaps between the eggs. It adds the finishing touch. To gets this clever Easter egg topiary tree DIY, click HERE!
How To Make A Cute And Easy Easter Bunny Painting. Though I’m not an artist, I strive to be one someday. Thing is, I’m not the best at drawing, nor painting on a cavas, but Crystal from Sweet Valley Acres gives the best tutorial how to paint the cutest Easter bunny. AND, I love that she incorporated dried flowers and grasses on her painting too. So pretty!! You’ve got to head over and check out this step by step!!! To see the easy Easter Bunny Painting, click HERE!
Easy Colorful Tablescape Ideas. If you’re looking for an Easter tablescape that will make your home look as colorful and fanciful as the holiday season itself, then Missy from Sonata Home Design has just the tips for you! From flowers to table runners, these easy ideas will bring some much-needed cheer into your space and make it a great backdrop for all that delicious food! You can find all of Missy’s Easter table ideas HERE!
How To Make A Spring Grapevine Wreath. Are you ready to add spring decor to your door? Regina from Saved From Salvage shows an easy and adorable spring grapevine wreath will elevate your entrance. The good news? It doesn’t take much to make it. I love all of the Easter wreath ideas, including Regina’s DIY. You can get the how-to, HERE!
I hope you’ve enjoyed these great Easter decorating, entertaining and craft ideas! I love to share all of this inspiration with you and hope that you’ll make one of these crafts and create a tablescape like one of the ones in this post!
This year’s spring tour of the garden house is coming soon, but take a look at last year’s spring tour!