Easter is merely days away, and if you’re like us then you love getting your home decorated for upcoming holidays. Here are a few inventive ways decorate your home for this fun spring celebration!This bunny pallet art piece from Design, Dining, and Diapers is ideal for a rustic, country home. Pallets are a staple in DIY furniture, and it’s nice to see how you can use them in smaller ways around the house.
This fun little centerpiece from Love Grows Wild uses the Easter bunny’s favorite veggies to bring the holidays into your home, and the unexpected orange adds a fresh pop of color.
An average table runner gets an unexpected Easter upgrade with some cute cotton tails! Find out how to make your own at Eclectically Vintage.
If you need a DIY that’s great for spring, try these dip-dyed napkins from Trendenser! They look like beautiful tulip petals, and go well with almost any arrangement.
This great wreath stays cute without the use of plastic eggs. We love the beautiful felt flowers used, and you can find out how to make your own at Very Truly Me!
This Easter don’t stop at just dyeing your eggs. DIY them! These DIYs will show you how to create cute and original Easter eggs that will dress up any spring dinner table!
15mm Ombre Rococo Trim
15mm Gingham Rococo Trim
6mm Cup Loose Sequins
8mm Cup Loose Sequins
3.5mm x 12mm Rectangular Sequins
1. Put some glue on the top of the egg, and place the end of the trim on the glue.
2. Wrap the trim around the egg and glue the end of the trim on the part that you already glued.3. Repeat going in the opposite way.
1. Create a polka dot pattern with your loose sequins.
2. Glue each sequin down with a dab of glue.
Shapes and Sizes
1. Glue your rectangular sequins down going around the egg horizontally. Make sure the sequins are going in a straight line around the egg.
2. Once dried wrap your ombre trim around the top edge of the sequins, and glue down.
This Easter don’t just DYE your eggs, DIY your eggs with these fabulous ideas! From vegetable dye, to hidden message eggs, there’s so much you can do with your Easter eggs to make them unique and special this year!
Forget sending a message in a bottle. What about sending a message in an egg? This inventive egg from Poppy Talks will certainly add a special something to the average egg!
Combine two Easter favorites with this adorable bunny egg! The details are just too sweet. We love the little pom pom tail!
Want eggs that you can definitely eat afterwards? Try dye made from vegetables and spices! You’ll be amazed at how many different colors you can create using ingredients from your kitchen!
These eggs from BHG use wax to create beautiful negative space designs!
For a glam touch to your table, create these gold marbled “robin’s eggs” from She Knows!
This year take on a new egg challenge, and DIY a creative alternative to the usual dye! Which of these ideas will YOU be trying first?
The Easter bunny is just around the corner, which means it’s time to bust out your favorite food dyes and start painting the town pastel! If you and your family love dyeing Easter eggs, take a look at these adorable inspirational eggs!
These frilly eggs are perfect for lightening and mood or party! We love the idea of using mixed mediums to create tiny, dynamic works of art.
Our obsession with ombre knows no bounds, and we love the look of this carton of blue eggs that shifts from baby blue to a deep navy. So beautiful!
These golden eggs are definitely not for consumption, but they do make a beautiful and simple centerpiece.
These decoupaged eggs are the perfect for a natural look.
Have something to say? Take a look at these eggs that use messages. They’re like Valentine’s Day conversation hearts, but just for Easter!
Here are some of our favorite Easter DIY projects.
Crafted in carhartt
PS I Made This
Nikki in Stitches
Did you make any original DIYs for Easter this year? Tweet us at @mjtrim or post pictures on our facebook wall. We love seeing your creations!
Trollbeads of the day
The Easter Egg
Designed by Lise Aagaard
The Easter egg is a symbol of fertility and new life, and the customs and traditions of using eggs have been associated with Easter for centuries. Here they are in the most delicate colors.