If today’s blog post could talk, it would say look at these wonderful easy Easter DIY decorations I found on some of my favorite internet sites.
Springtime is the right time to adorn your entry door with a spring and Easter door decoration. Welcome spring, friends, and family to the Easter party with this seed packet Easter wreath.
You’ll need about a dozen seed packets. Using straight pins, secure the seed packets to a 12-inch foam wreath.
Tie a bow with ribbon in a zippy spring color and pin to wreath.
Tuck, pin, or hot glue faux floral stems to fill in and complete the look.
Elegant in presence and easy to make, these Chinoiserie Easter eggs DIY from Yvonne at Stone Gable blog instantly caught my eye.
Click here to be redirected over to Stone Gable blog for her DIY tutorial.
Moss covered DIY Easter eggs capture the natural essence of spring is sprung.
Easy is the idea here, and it doesn’t get much easier than using a hot glue gun to glue strips of moss to plastic eggs.
I love these easy-to-download free printable Easter gift tags from the talented Ann at On Sutton Place. These will enhance any Easter basket or gift, and make a wonderful addition to the Easter table as a napkin tie or place card.
Click here to be taken over to On Sutton Place for download instructions.
A dear friend has an April birthday, so I thought a grown up Easter basket with a rose theme a fun way to go with the gift presentation.
Begin with a yard or two of tulle in your color of choice. For this demonstration, I’m using a vintage pressed glass basket.
For the actual gift basket I’m leaning toward using the willow basket with flip lid as shown above and rose tulle as the filler grass.
Working with the word rose turns out to be an easy a-tisket, a-tasket,
a grown up Easter-and-birthday basket theme.
I found the porcelain powder shaker at a vintage store, and knew immediately it would make a lovely addition to the gift basket.
I’m also including rose water, a rose rollerball perfume, rose facial oil, rose and honeysuckle body lotion, rose colored nail polish, rose hip oil lip gloss, and a bottle of Chandon California Rose.
A bouquet of rose colored faux peonies and rose colored speckled eggs placed here and there complete the look.
I like a one stop-one bunny hop Easter DIY project.
These Easter easy DIY directions from Better Homes & Gardens for dying Easter eggs in the Instant Pot.
In about six minutes you can cook and dye one dozen eggs.
Click on the link for step-by-step directions How to Dye Eggs in an Instant Pot.
An ample handful of wheatgrass seeds from the local feed and seed store is all you need to make a live grass Easter basket centerpiece.
Fill the container or basket you will be using for your centerpiece with potting soil.
Add a thick layer of wheatgrass seeds spreading evenly over the soil.
Fill a plant mister or spray bottle filled with water. Generously mist and soak the planted area.
Place container in or near window so it can get a good amount of daily sunlight.
Water your newly planted crop daily, and in seven to ten days you’ll have a living Easter basket.
DIY projects bloom beautiful at this time of year. Here’s hoping you are inspired by these ideas and inspired to project with these easy Easter DIY decorations.
Happy spring, happy midweek, and as always, happy decorating.