Easiest Easter Decor Ideas Ever

Get your Easter decor on with 10 simple but stunning ideas.


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Strings Attached

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Cherry blossom branches flaunt their Easter decor finery—pretty egg ornaments.


Here's How


Make a hole at the top of each egg, then use an egg blowing kit to blow out contents. Place hollowed eggshells in dye baths and spoon dye over them to get even colors. Remove eggshells and pat dry with a paper towel. Cut lengths of ribbon and use a quick-setting gel glue to adhere ribbon around the bottom half of each eggshell, leaving the top unsecured. Tie ribbon ends into a knot and hang eggshells from tree branches.


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Decorative Easter Eggs

Decorative Easter Eggs


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Crate Update

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Make mini vases out of pastel-hued eggs.


Here's How


Make a hole at the top of each egg, then use an egg blowing kit to blow out contents. Place hollowed eggshells in dye baths and spoon dye over them to get even colors. Remove eggshells and pat dry with a paper towel. To create openings for flowers, use an egg blower needle to gently chip away some eggshell around each of the original holes you made. Pour water into eggshells and place stems inside.


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Spring Table Setting

Spring Table Setting

Whether you're ready to host a festive spring party or planning an intimate brunch with friends and family, this arrangement sets the perfect scene for any springtime gathering.


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Three's a Charm

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Complementary-colored eggs dress up plain containers.Here's How


Layer dyed eggs in a glass cylinder to create an ombré effect. Cut a strip of paper about 3 to 4 inches tall and wrap it around the cylinder's base. Secure strip with double-sided tape. Repeat process to create a grouping.


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Nest Eggs

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Hatch a plan to display eggs in woven craft nests.


Here's How


Position craft store nests in various sizes on a tiered stand. Embellish with flowers, moss, greenery and eggs.


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Name Game

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Guide brunch guests to their seats with egg place cards.Here's How


Pick a favorite font and type out guests' names in a document, leaving enough space to cut around each entry. Print as a mirror image (in reverse) onto a sheet of rub-on paper. Cut around each name (curvy cuts are better than angular ones) and follow manufacturer's instructions to apply to dyed eggs. Prevent eggs from rolling around the table by corralling each in a small wood bowl at every place setting and garnishing with flowers.


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Letter-Perfect

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Spell out a festive word or seasonal saying.


Here's How


Wrap edges of egg cups with washi tape and put dyed eggs inside. Place a letter sticker on the front of each egg to create a word or phrase.


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Cloce Encounters

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Everything looks #fancy under a clear glass dome.Here's How


Cover a cake stand or decorative plate with a bed of sheet moss. Add a potted fern and cluster dyed eggs and quail eggs around it. Top with a glass dome.


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Grass Roost

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For the easiest-ever Easter decor centerpiece, nestle dyed eggs and whimsical butterflies in a bed of greenery.


Here's How


Line a wood box or tray with plastic and fill with fresh wheatgrass. Embellish with dyed eggs and craft butterflies on thin wires.


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Bowled Over

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Keep your Easter decor simple with eggs piled high on a pretty serving piece.


Here's How


Line a bowl or dish with natural wood excelsior, then add an assortment of dyed eggs.


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Shelf Life

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Springtime objects feel at home in a wall-mounted shadow box.


Here's How


Fill a shadow box with a variety of items—dyed eggs, flowers, craft nests and bird figurines.