Spring is here! Welcome in the new season with these DIY spring decor ideas that bring the outdoors in. They’re perfect for Easter and pretty enough to leave out all season long.
1. Hanging Egg Vases
Make a pretty window the star of your Easter brunch with hanging egg vases. Glue some ribbon onto a clean eggshell to create a “hanger” and fill with mini arrangements! See how it’s done at Gardenista.
2. Burlap and Moss Bunny Wreath
Whether you hang it indoors or out, this bunny wreath will add tons of charm to your space. Find the full tutorial at House By Hoff.
3. Easter Bunny Cake
This cake looks complicated but you’ll be surprised with how simple it is. A basic circle cake is cut into a few pieces to make the bunny shape, iced and covered with shaved coconut. Get the full instructions from Jenny Steffens.
4. Living Wheatgrass Decor
Wheastgrass is grows quickly and adds a cheerful pop of green wherever you put it. You’ll want to run your hands through it whenever you walk by – we promise! See how it’s done at Country Girl Home.
5. Bloom And Grow Mantle
Download this free printable sign and clip it to a piece of twine for a simple banner, or to a screen as pictured below. See the whole mantle look at House By Hoff.
6. DIY Speckled Eggs
Make your own speckled robin’s eggs with some dye and a little brown paint. Blow the yolks out first and you’ll be able to use these for years to come. Learn how at The Pin Junkie.
7. Egg + Daffodil Centerpiece
Create a pretty centerpiece that’ll last for weeks by growing some daffodils from bulbs. Top the soil with some moss and pretty brown and blue eggs. You can ether use fake eggs or find these pretty ones at the farmer’s market. Get more details from Jenny Steffens.
8. Twine Carrrots
Believe it or not, these are made with newspaper, tape and twine. Give em’ a try with help form Creekline House.
9. 4 Ingredient Easter Egg Oreo Truffles
Oreos. Cream cheese. Food processor. That’s practically all you need for these pretty egg shaped truffles. Dip in chocolate and decorate like real easter eggs! Get the recipe at Gimme Some Oven.
10. Egg Carton Succulent Garden
Make a quiche and then save the eggshells to make a petite succulent garden. We love the organic quality of the cardboard egg carton, but if you want a more upscale look, try this ceramic version from Anthropologie. Project via Yes Missy.
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