Easter is just a few days away! Is your home all decorated for Easter? If not, don’t fret! we have a few simple and inexpensive DIY Easter decorations that you can make in your home for your home! This easy to create decorations will add lots of color and festive feeling to your home. At the same time, they won’t put a huge dent in your wallet. That is a win-win situation!
Check out the DIY Easter decorations below.
Edible Easter Vase Decor
You can create an adorable and edible Easter vase display using marshmallow peeps, m&ms, and Easter grass. To start, you will need a tall, clear vase. If you plan to eat the candies, you will want to first make sure that the vase is clean. Begin by placing peeps (any color and shape you prefer) in a row all around the inner base of your vase. If you want, you can even create patterns with the peeps. If you have a small cup or object you can place that in the middle of the vase to help keep the peeps upright. Next, add a thick layer of Easter grass (again, color is up to you but you may want to choose a color that coordinates with your peeps). Then, add a layer of Easter-colored peanut m&ms. After that, do another row of peeps all around the inside of the vase. Top with more Easter grass. Then place fake flowers in the middle. Voila!
You can create an adorable bunny garland that your children will enjoy helping to decorate! Find a bunny template on Pinterest or Google. Print the bunny and trace it onto various pieces of pastel paper. Cut all your bunnies out and give them adorable faces. Then, attach them together with string or ribbon.
Springy Yarn Wreath
Create a simple and beautiful yarn wreath for your door. All you need is a large ring shape (can be purchased at craft stores), yarn in several different colors (or a solid color if your prefer), and some fake flowers. Begin by wrapping the entire perimeter of the wreath in yarn. Hot glue the warn in place one you have covered the entire perimeter of the wreath in yarn. Next, use your hot glue gun to attach the fake flowers to the wreath. You can complete the look by adding a bow to the top or bottom of the wreath.