Easter Decorating Ideas
Our favorite Easter decorations and crafts!
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Tissue paper makes dyeing eggs easy, fun, and way less messy. Try this method out with your family!
These fun ideas are perfect ways to celebrate Easter at home. Enjoy a quiet and family-focused day with activities everyone will enjoy. #easter #eastercraft #bhg
Make your own gorgeous Easter egg display with a few coats of pearlized paint. #easter #eastereggs #eastereggideas #bhg
Have a little fun with fringe in the form of paper "grass." In addition to this easy paper Easter egg napkin ring, you can add colorful cutout Easter eggs, which are a fun and easy Easter project for kids. #eastercrafts #cuteeastercraft #bhg
Make lasting spring decorations by painting wooden Easter eggs. Decorate wood eggs with playful patterns made from vinyl tape (think electrical tape). #easter #eastereggs #woodeneastereggs #bhg
You can make edible Easter eggs that are still ready for bunnies and garden parties. Follow our guide for safe, pretty eggs to cut down on food waste. #easter #eastereggideas #easterdecor #bhg
Our beautiful Easter centerpieces and table settings are the perfect way to prepare for any spring meal. Use them to inspire your own look. #easterbrunch#eastertable #tablesetting #bhg
Accent a spring door with our easy-to-make wreath made from yarn. Wrap a foam wreath with multiple colors of worsted-weight yarn. Hot-glue a yarn end to the wreath, then wrap the yarn tightly around the wreath form, so it doesn't show through. #easterwreath #wreathideas #diywreath #bhg
In our book, it's not a holiday meal without a side of fluff. Whether you call it pineapple fluff, marshmallow fluff, or fluff salad, this one was created to be an Easter fluff recipe (bunnies and pastels equal Easter, right?) you'll make every year. #easter #easterrecipes #eastertreats #bhg
Use ingredients found in your refrigerator or spice cabinet to make natural Easter egg dye. You won't believe the beautiful colors you'll create! #eastereggs #eastereggideas #allnaturaldye #bhg
Make a creative and unique Easter wreath out of rolled scrapbooking paper. #easterwreath #wreathideas #diywreath #bhg
Welcome spring, warmer weather, and your Easter brunch guests with a cheery DIY carrot wreath made out of tulips. This carrot wreath is made to look like a snack for the Easter bunny himself! #tulipwreath #diywreath #carrotwreath #bhg
With a white hard-boiled egg as your canvas, you can inspire your inner artist and create a mini-masterpiece. Use a medium-tip black permanent marker to doodle curlicue lines, broadening a few strokes. Fill in your design with colored permanent markers and finish with polka dots that follow the curves of the lines. #eastereggs #eastercraft #bhg
This year, we're using our favorite polishes to make easy marbled Easter eggs. Using only nail polish, a bucket of water, paper towels, and a wooden skewer, you can turn a dozen ceramic eggs into gorgeous works of art. #easterideas #eastereggs #marbledeastereggs #bhg
These creative and simple Easter crafts for kids are a great way to get them excited for the holiday and fun for the whole family. #eastercrafts #cuteeastercraft #bhg
This DIY Easter project is a fun and easy way to dye eggs. All you need for tie-dye Easter eggs is baking soda, vinegar, and gel food coloring. These colorful Easter eggs are a great Easter craft for kids or for an Easter brunch.
This DIY Easter project is fun for the whole family. All you need for tie-dye eggs is baking soda, vinegar, gel food coloring, and rubber cement.
Making colored Easter eggs doesn't have to be complicated or messy—in fact, you don't even need dye! These no-dye Easter eggs are both fun to make and absolutely adorable. Even the kids will love these creative Easter egg ideas! #easter #eastereggs #eastereggideas #bhg
Try this cheap Easter egg decorating hack that uses ingredients you already have in your kitchen like food coloring, vinegar, and vegetable oil. #eastereggs #eastereggideas #marbleeastereggs #bhg
You'll never guess what these gorgeous no-dye Easter eggs start with paper napkins! Save a stack of patterned napkins and use them to decoupage Easter eggs. This faux Easter eggs craft is our favorite inexpensive decorating hack. #easter #eastereggs #eastereggideas #bhg
This chic Easter basket doubles as a gorgeous spring centerpiece. Cover a plain wood box with faux moss and embellish with faux flowers for a unique basket that lasts all season long. #diyeasterbaskets #easterideas #bhg
All you need to make these pretty Easter baskets is a cord, fabric strips, and glue. Fill them with spring candy and treats for a sweet and personalized basket. #fabricbaskets #diyeasterbaskets #easterideas #bhg