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I would put the oranges in blue tint mason jar and then some orange and white flowers

Easter centerpiece--flowers and chocolate eggs. Great tutorial by Mathew Mead.

Beautiful Easter Center Piece Egg-shaped candles can be found at the dollar store, but when combined with a simple planter tray and a few flowers, this inexpensive Easter centerpiece really glows.

Cute idea i have made so many of these at work the are so fun to make all you need is a double vase and the supplies put the flowers in the center and WALA!

easter eggs -- this is not a DIY, but if you click on the link that goes with the picture there are many more images that inspire you toward decorating eggs and decorating with eggs.

Easter tree from cupcake stand! Use this idea as inspiration for creating one to fit your theme at your next holiday or birthday party. Diy decoration & craft.

Easter Egg Vase. From Better Homes and Gardens: "Start with a large-mouth clear cookie jar or canister and place a clear drinking glass in the center. Gently stack dyed, hard-cooked eggs between the glass and jar, alternating egg colors. Fill the glass with water. Cut the stems of your favorite flowers (we used roses, gerbera daisies, tulips, hyacinth, and bells of Ireland) to the desired length, and arrange them in the glass." Could also do with plastic eggs.

THE EVERYDAY HOME: stack tin cans with assorted cake tins, fill with wheat grass (plant in advance with seeds) and fill with eggs and treats. Top with a pretty bunny. Perfect for a Buffet or Table centerpiece. www.everydayhomeb...