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Easter Decor Ideas

I am sharing my best versatile Easter decor ideas!

A wooden coffee table with a small planter and Easter eggs on the table.

Hello! So today is a fun day here on the blog because I am joining some of my sweetest, most talented friends with Kristen from Ella Claire to share some Easter inspiration. I wanted to focus on some easy Easter decor ideas for the home. Basically a simple coffee table vignette that can quickly be created with three easy steps. I did make this little planter arrangement as well as some of the whimsical eggs, but this could be done with any assortment of items.

Little wooden Easter eggs beside the ceramic planter.

For starters, Easter eggs are my favorite craft to create each year. I just love decorating them. This year I wanted to do something a little different, sophisticated and I chose to use wooden eggs and puffy paint (I will explain more a little bit further down).

A planter with white daffodils and green moss with the eggs scattered around it.

I also made this little unique bulb planter with crocus flowers. I really wanted real ones, but I find it nearly impossible to get what I need (flower wise) when I need it, lol… So many times here on the blog I will resort to faux as it makes getting what I envisioned possible. And I am not mad about it! I think they turned out great, natural and fresh plus they were a breeze to put together.

Wooden beads and a wooden egg that has little painted white flowers on it on the table.

Alright, so when making this little enchanting Easter vignette all I had to do is group three things.

A coffee table with the Easter vignette on it.

First came the planter of crocus flowers (but any flower or vase of florals would do). To make this planter, I just filled a bowl with a good amount of moss. Next, I stuck faux flowers into the moss so that they stood tall, cohesive and called it good!

For the vignette, I then I added some Easter eggs…

Wooden Easter eggs lying in the moss of the plant.

Both in the planter and sprinkled outside.

White flowers and greenery in a white planter on the table.

Lastly, I added a string of wooden beads to complete the minimalist look.

The string of wooden beads beside the planter.

And there you have it! So very easy to do and that is all I am about these days: easy, simple and attainable!

Puffy white paint on the egg.

To decorate the little wooden eggs all I used was some dimensional puffy paint (like I used back in the 80’s for my teddy bear sweatshirts). This project really brought me back and I kinda want to incorporate puffy paint into more projects these days, lol!

To get that little dainty flower look, I just made three dots of paint and then dragged a line through each dot to connect them.

The eggs in a egg crate being painted with white flowers.

But the options are limitless! I played around and made lovely daisies, textured dots, letters and more!

Decorated wooden Easter eggs.

Hope this gets your wheels turning turn as some of you may decorate for the Easter season coming up! Don’t forget to visit my friends below and enjoy! Thanks so much for stopping by….

Easter blogger table settings.

Ella Claire | Julie Blanner | Inspired by Charm | Rooms for Rent | Maison de Cinq

Easter blogger vignettes poster.

My Sweet Savannah | French Country Cottage | Boxwood Avenue | Zevy Joy | Craftberry Bush

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  1. Love the vignette and the painted eggs are so cute! Until I read further I thought the flowers were real! Something about the way you arranged them. You have so much creative genius- thank you!

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