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Sunday
Apr012012

Easter Decor

Always returning to decorating with colored Easter grass that clings to everything and you end up finding months later? Well leave the pesky grass out this year and take inspiration from these new Easter and Spring decoration ideas!

Easter Egg GarlandA simple, easy to make decoration idea is Easter egg garland. All you need for this project is plastic eggs, thin twine and a darning needle (which is thick enough to go through the eggs).  Simply thread the eggs together using the needle and twine (for step by step pictures follow the link) and voila you have an Easter egg garland. So easy the kids can help! For some sprucing up, you can add ribbon tied into bows in various places throughout the strand of eggs.

Here’s idea for flowers, after all, what says spring time more than vibrantPink peeps fresh flowers! Similar to the vase filled with plastic eggs, first put the flowers in a smaller vase filled with water, that will fit inside the larger clear vase. Next, you can fill the space between the two vase with colored jelly beans, and bunny Peeps. The peeps won’t melt, they’ll simply get hard, so your decoration is sure to last as long until the flowers wilt!

blue peepsTry doing different colored peeps and jelly beans coordinating with different colored flowers around the house. To tie in this theme around the house, (inexpensively!) you can fill clear vases, jars, bowls or used bottles with different spring colored jelly beans (don’t worry, they’ll quickly become stale, but still just as decorative, so the kids won’t want to eat them!)           

 

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