3 Ways To Decorate For Easter

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It’s Easter week! It’s time to indulge in egg hunts, eat lots of honey ham and casseroles, and of course, prepare for a visit from everyone’s favorite bunny. If it’s your turn to host friends and family, you want to make the holiday special for everyone. Keep it festive with these easy ways to decorate.

Egg Tree

Tired of the same old “throw eggs in a bowl” hack? Instead, change things up this year with an Egg Tree. It’s simple and cute, and the supplies are easy to store away until next spring. First, fill a tea tin with foam. Then, add some branches of your choice; dogwood or anything with blooming flowers looks best. Now, hang wooden, dyed eggs from the branches with a ribbon attachment, similar to an ornament. Use this as a centerpiece on your dinner table or anywhere around the house!

Candy Stands

Easter is sweet! There are plenty of treats to go around, and the Easter bunny always delivers plenty of candy. To make your dessert table look and taste a little bit more delicious, make some DIY candy stands. Your pastel, flowery Easter dishes are beautiful, but they need some height. First, grab some footed dishes you have around the house. Turn them upside down to rest your Easter dishes on. Make sure you use some museum wax to hold the two dishes together and ensure nothing breaks.

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Carrot Garland

Tired of bunnies and eggs and looking for something different? This Carrot Garland is adorable as can be. Whether you want to string it along your mantle, entry table, or in one of your kid’s bedrooms, it’s bound to be an eggcellent addition to your home during the spring season. Whether you have orange fabric scraps sitting around the house or some old flannel shirts, use them to make carrot shapes with these templates. String the fabric carrots on twine, and you’re done! It’s that simple.

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