Fun and Easy Easter Home Decorating and Easter Egg Decorating Ideas

Fun and Easy Easter Home Decorating and Easter Egg Decorating Ideas

Good people, Easter is almost here, which means that spring has finally come! After a long and hard winter everyone needs a bit of sun and fun, which is why we are here to help you celebrate Easter and spring properly. We’ve got some fun and easy Easter home decorating ideas, as well as some cute and innovative Easter egg decorating ideas.

Easter Home Decorating Ideas

Sure, you can buy lots of decorations for your home, but isn’t it so much more fun to make them yourself? Whether you’re getting ready for an Easter party or you just want to make your home as welcoming as possible for the Easter and spring, these Easter décor ideas are going to help you do that. If you don’t have time to make things yourself, you’re certainly going to find a sale somewhere!

DYI Table Decoration
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Table centerpieces are really fun to make! Grab some twigs, eggs and a little bunny and put them all together for a fantastic Easter table decoration. Or, if you want everything to be a little more Spring-y, then buy some spring flowers and go wild! One thing you need to keep in mind is to try to be as organic as possible. Let spring inspire you and your choices, don’t bring anything that’s plastic into the mix.

Mantel Decoration
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What’s Easter without a cool mantel decoration?! Be it an Easter basket or little rabbit kits the mantle needs to be occupied with something. If you love antique stuff, we suggest you try some garage sales, lots of people sell cool things during spring cleanout. If you want to create something yourself, then follow our advice for creating something as organic as possible. Potted plants make for a great mantel decoration.

Easter Sweets
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Everybody knows that you don’t need a reason to eat sweets, but be that as it may, it’s Easter and one must make delicious homemade cupcakes and cookies. Try a lighter cupcake, cookie or cake, it’s spring! Again, it’s all about the decorations, so be as creative as possible. All the supermarkets are filled with chocolate Easter bunnies, so we recommend you skip those. It’s just overpriced chocolate. Instead, bake your own goods and even make your own chocolate. Try it, you’ll be surprised at how easy it is!

Outdoor Inspiration
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If you don’t have any inspiration, then we suggest you look for it outside, in your own yard and in the parks around you! Spring should motivate and inspire you to create the best Easter decorations for your home. Make a wreath out of twigs and flowers to hang on your door or make an Easter tree filled with eggs and flowers. How about a nice Easter basket filled with homemade goodies and twigs? Whatever you create, make sure it celebrates Spring and Easter!

Easter Egg Decorating Ideas

Decorating Easter eggs is one of the most fun activities around! Whether you’re looking for ideas for decorative eggs for your house, or tips and tricks on how to decorate eggs, we’ve got it all! Five Easter egg decorating ideas that will liven up your dinner table as well as the whole house.

Blackboard Eggs
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These blackboard eggs are so fresh and cool that you simply must make them for Easter. It’s really easy, once you find some black dye. Make an event out of it: go about setting the mood, call your friends over and write or draw on them whatever you want. Keep in mind that if you use chalk, it is going to fade.

Ombre Eggs
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Even though the ombre trend has faded (pun intended) for hair, but when it comes to eggs, it has just begun. Getting ombre eggs won’t be easy, but the result is really cute. Bring these babies to church and everyone is going to be impressed.

Tattoo Eggs
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Just look at how awesome these tattoo eggs are! They’re really easy to make, too! Get a bunch of those children’s stick-on vintage tattoos and slap them on your eggs and you’re good to go. Decorated eggs haven’t looked better! You can paint the eggs in advance or use them as they are. Either way, the eggs are going to be pretty badass.

Mustache Eggs
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I mustache you a question! These mustache eggs are probably the easiest eggs to decorate. Grab a sharpie and start drawing mustaches. If you have no drawing abilities whatsoever, you can go online to get inspired, there are plenty of egg mustaches out there. Again, you can draw mustaches on your already painted eggs or keep them as they are. The choice is yours!

Bling, Bling Eggs
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Bling, bling eggs are very impressive and the internet is full of how to make bling eggs, so start researching because these eggs are seriously cool! You needs some arts and crafts materials and some time. Be careful with all the glitter, because you know what they say about it: it’s stationary herpes, you can never get rid of it.

As long as you let Mother Nature and the Internet inspire you for creating Easter decorations, you’ll be alright. With this in mind, we hope we’ve provided you with enough inspiration to create wonderful Easter decorations for your home. For more insight and inspiration we suggest you try the never ending pit of creativeness that is Pinterest or Tumblr.

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