Easter Made Simple

The skies are the limit when decorating for Easter, from baskets to centerpieces. I am always seeing new ideas that are perfect for the spring season. Easter is early this year, making it even more important for decorating to be stress-free. Here are a few quick and easy projects you can try with your family.


image from Better Homes and Gardens

This spring umbrella would be a great decoration for your front door. By adding some moss, greens and your favorite flowers to an unopened umbrella, this spring project welcomes every guest. You can use live flowers from your garden, or—if you're like me and have a hard time keeping plants alive—artificial flowers are a great substitute!

Flowery Rainboots Easter Basket

image from Better Homes and Gardens

April showers bring May flowers, or in this case March showers. Once winter passes and the ground begins to thaw, with that comes mud. Many egg hunts are often forced to take place inside or in covered areas to avoid the mess. This great idea utilizes rain boots as an Easter basket, creating a great solution to those muddy egg hunts. Simply stuff the boots full of your children's favorite goodies and then use them for the egg hunt.

Easter Wall Decals

With our Easter wall decals you can decorate any room in your home. They are perfect for decorating around a door or even a child's bathroom. The best part is the decals are removable, so they can be easily used, removed, stored away, and reused for years to come.

Whether you are a fellow DIYer or prefer to purchase decorations, there are so many ideas out there for Easter decorating. I hope this has inspired you to let your imagination run wild with ways to incorporate the season into your home. Do you have a favorite Easter decoration? Does your family have a special tradition? We’d love to hear your ideas! Leave us a comment here or on our Facebook page.

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