Hop into Easter with these super cute, super easy Easter decorating ideas. From simple wreaths and garlands to gorgeous centerpieces to impress your guests for Easter brunch, you’ll love these creative options! And your crafty side will be brought to light as you discover how fun the decorative activities are.
Make your house warm and super cozy with simple make-dos that are budget-friendly. With pomp and color, your home gets to stand out among the rest in your neighborhood.
Top Easy Easter Decorating Ideas
These ideas are all you need to make your family’s Easter the most memorable occasion. Are you ready? Let’s get right into these easy decorative DIY ideas for the Easter holiday.
1. Easter Decorative Egg Garland For Your Front
Make this beautiful Easter egg garland. All you need is sized plastic eggs to give the garland a layered look and ribbons. It’s so bright and cheery!
The neighbors get the idea of the festive season by seeing this on your front door. Your door gets to be this much beautiful and colorful. This happens to be one of the most DIY Easter decorations I love coz it achieves that spring vibe and it is actually cheap to make.
2. DIY Decorative Easter Egg Tree
This decorative idea entails hanging Easter Eggs on the branches of a tree. They are mostly placed indoors at the entrance of your home or in the living room.
Easter egg tree uses blown and painted Easter eggs which are then tied on the branches using ribbons. If the blown Easter eggs are too much then you could use the plastic eggs instead. Around the tree, you could place colorful candies in clear bowls to add to the aesthetics and color.
3. Spring Topiary For Easter Decorations
Yeey! Easter and Spring are finally here. How exciting! I wish I had thought of this spring topiary idea the last time we got our son a giant egg.
Isn’t that a fun idea for the front porch? Plus it does not need much work but just someplace to stick it on. Enjoy with your families this exciting decorative idea this coming Easter festivity period.
4. Creative Bunny Wreath For Your Door on Easter
Doesn’t this bunny wreath look cute and elegant at the same time? With locally available supplies at your home store, you could come up with this crafty bunny that is creatively crafted.
You only need garlands, wreath wire hangers, a flexible floral wire, a wire cutter, and a sheer wired ribbon. In a matter of time, you will end up with your door looking lovely. And for people who have darker doors than the one in the frame, the bunny would really pop against it.
5. DIY Paper Mache Egg Wreath Easter Decoration
Plastic eggs plus old newspaper equals a gorgeous paper mache egg wreath that you’ll want to hang on your door again and again. The entire project needs commitment and some time to come together but it is worth the whole effort. It could be a family project where others do the magazine cutting, dipping them in the glue, and sticking on the plastic eggs while others create the wreath and hot-glue the eggs on it.
The ribbon is then tied to the egg wreath and hanged on the door. What an engaging and fun process.
6. Adorable Easter Chick Wreath DIY Décor
Want something a little different than the usual egg décor? Try these cute little chicks instead. They look so pretty and the Easter chick wreath offers a huge pop of color. And, well, it’s just so darn adorable! I mean who wouldn’t be stunned by having this on their front door?
The black and white ribbon just matches with the door and doesn’t steal the chick’s attention. Does someone need to surprise me with this for this coming Easter. Anyone?
7. Flowery Easter Centerpiece For Your House
For flower lovers, you can simply make a beautiful Easter centerpiece for the table using Peeps, flowers, and candy. It could be as colorful as you wish with natural or artificial flowers. Whichever tickles your fancy.
Candies could also work as an additional embellishment and get you a beautifully crafted flower vase. Are those pebbles I am seeing in the vase? How gorgeous and easy especially when you have guests over for Easter brunch or dinner!
8. Easter Carrots and Flowers Crafty Ideas
Your table needs to look good for your guests during Easter while hosting people in your home. Well, carrots and flowers are a lovely combination for the decoration. Sunflowers and the crunchy carrots in vases DIY achieve a lovely setup.
In addition to this you don’t have to worry about ants finding their way into your centerpiece if you want to move them to an outdoor table.
9. Creative Easter Yarn-Wrapped Carrots
Still speaking of carrots, these yarn-wrapped carrots are so creative! And placing them in front of some bunny décor or in Easter baskets gets you and yours all set.
The yarn lovers will be pretty enthralled with getting this much creative with what they know best to use. While crafting this I was tempted to call the whole project “Mr. Rabbit.’ Coz why not!
10. Plastic Spoons Easter Decorating Placeholders
This is just so brilliant come to think of it and it does convey hearty emotions by just looking at the faces drawn. Who would even think that these are plastic spoons at first glance?
You only need to look for paint, spoons, ribbons, and tiny vases to achieve this look. If you’re hosting brunch or dinner at your place, these Easter placeholders will be a fun addition to your table with the names of your guests on them.
11. Decorative Easter Glass Containers Idea
Simply fill glass vases, cloches, and containers with raffia and plastic eggs for an easy Easter look. The supplies are readily available in your local stores and quite affordable.
These decorated containers could act as table centerpieces or even be placed along the doorway to create the spring vibe. And you don’t have to mind the various shapes of the glass containers. A super easy idea to try out.
12. Cool Table Runner Easter Craft
A pretty burlap bunny table runner will really make your table setting magical. It doesn’t matter whether it is an outdoor or indoor Easter Brunch or dinner. This will perfectly do the honors of a beautifully set table.
The bunny could be painted by hand or printed. But where is the fun if it’s printed rather than been handcrafted all the way?
13. Fun Bunny Vase For Easter Decorating Ideas
Can you believe this Easter bunny vase used to be a dip jar? What a great way to recycle. This works to remind you folks that your at-home unused stuff can be put to great use in your Easter Decoration ideas.
You might be surprised how you put things together to create a crafty piece for your house. Since I love tulips I would be inclined to using tulips with the vase.
14. DIY Wooden Bunnies For Easter Décor
I got such a giggle out of these wooden bunnies. They’re whimsical and fun and will make a great addition to your front porch. They literally bring out the joy within when looked at as they are so cute and you could cuddle them up.
The colors if you find them girly can be changed to your preferred color scheme. This pretty much looks like a girls’ sport and would help a mother and her daughters bond through it.
15. Mason Jars Easter Decorating Idea
Another super crazy idea for your Easter is to paint some mason jars to decorate your mantle. Stripes, polka dots, chevrons, or even solids in pretty pastel colors work great when combined.
In the jars, you could add some grass-like paper cutouts to make it more crafty. This is so easy you’ll wonder why you have never done it before. Get your entire family together and have fun with paint and colors as you look forward to an amazing end product of your work.
16. Easter Deco Mesh Carrots
Carrots again :). I am thrilled. I know you are totally loving these deco mesh carrots. Aren’t they festive? It’s nice to see something other than eggs or bunnies sometimes!
Your door certainly needs such a hanging and something out of the ordinary Easter deco. We can’t wait to see you do this craft and get everyone in the block staring.
17. Religious Easter Garden Décor
If you would like to avoid bunnies and eggs for your Easter decorating ideas and opt for more religious décor, an Easter garden is a lovely addition to a table or mantle, and it carries a lot of meaning.
A nice mini pot, grass or pebbles, soil, and cross-like sticks are all you need to come up with such a piece. Voila! You can then peacefully celebrated the resurrection of Christ.
I still believe in Santa, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy and True Love. Don’t even try to tell me different. – Dolly Parton.
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