Yesterday, I was asked to show all my Easter decorations up and around my house. I am hosting some of my family for Easter this year, but I have kept the decorations pretty low-key (especially compared to how I do Christmas). You’ve seen most of these projects made this year, but here they are all together.
In the center of my dining room table I used some of my antiqued silver eggs. I put them in a bowl with some florist moss, which is so messy, but has such a great natural look. I put all of this under a bell jar. My bell jar didn’t have a base, so I decided to make one myself (details to come).
My antiqued silver bunny lives on my mantle with the footed bowl I made filled with eggs.
I’ve also added a selection of vases in silver and light colors to the other side of the mantle. I pick up pieces like this whenever they catch my eye at places like Target and Ikea. They are usually pretty cheap.
My paper cherry trees add a little spring to the top of the bookshelf in the kitchen. I think a mason jar terrarium is perfect for the kitchen.
Finally in the entrance way, I’ve filled my pig planter with some natural colored Easter grass and colored mercury glass eggs. The eggs are actually tree ornaments I found at Jo-ann for half price!
I may try to do one more my project for my gallery wall before Easter if time allows. Other than that I’ll be baking up some bunny cakes for the visiting nephews.
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