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Easter Decorating Ideas

Our favorite Easter decorations and crafts!

Mound hollowed out, painted or dyed eggs in a clear compote and add a little water:

A bunch of pastel Easter eggs works as a festive decoration for your front door:

These oh-so-cute paper place cards are perfect for a casual Easter brunch:

A shiny gold vase is the perfect home for bright yellow and orange flowers on your Easter table:

Look no farther than your own backyard for the makings of this centerpiece:

Use these all-natural dye recipes made from household ingredients to create Easter eggs in beautifully subdued shades:

Create a bold look with graphic stripes on dyed eggs. Wrap eggs with wide rubber bands (the ones often found on broccoli at the supermarket) before dunking them in dye:

This easy-to-make Easter wreath adds a pop of pretty pastel color to your front door:

Use all-natural dye recipes made from household ingredients to create beautiful easter eggs:

Create this pretty blue-and-green Easter egg garland by stringing together about three dozen dyed blown-out eggs:

Create this decoration by standing branches in a pail filled with clean sand:

A simple moss-covered wreath form is dressed up for spring with a few redtwig dogwood stems, green ornament balls, and pink flowers:

For an Easter wreath decoration for the front door or an earthy chic mantel, give this holiday craft a try:

It's oh-so-easy to turn plain Easter eggs into adorable chicks:

  • Josee Santo

    These little chicks are so cute! I love the pink one the most. :)

Instead of a wreath, hang a fun monogram on your front door for spring:

To create these fun and funky Easter egg designs, dye your eggs using an egg dyeing kit and let dry completely:

Kids will love helping out with setting the Easter table if it means they get to use these adorable napkin rings:

If you love to doodle and draw, this simple Easter egg idea is just for you! All you'll need are a few hard-cooked eggs, a permanent marker, and a lot of creativity:

  • A C Paula Pie

    Please don't eat them after you colored them with permanent marker! It goes through the shell and is not healthy!

Add a little sparkle to your Easter! To make this easy Easter egg idea, simply mix glue with glitter that matches your dyed egg and paint on with a small paintbrush:

Kids will love this so-easy Easter craft! All you need is a wreath form, some yarn, and a few springtime embellishments:

To make this Easter egg design, turn to metallic-hue paint pens after dying your eggs. Simply draw whatever suits you, from polka dots to stripes to a dip-dyed effect:

Our fun Easter garland is also an engaging hands-on project for the whole family:

These so-cute (and so-creative) Easter egg chicks are surprisingly easy to make:

Drizzle egg with rubber cement, let dry, then dip in a dish of dye. When dry, gently peel off the rubber cement. Repeat two (or even three!) times with additional colors:

Japanese-style washi tape comes in a huge variety of bright hues and patterns. Cut it into geometric shapes before sticking it to the shells of your Easter eggs: