Inexpensive DIY Easter Décor Ideas

Inexpensive DIY Easter Décor Ideas

With Easter just around the corner, plastic eggs are just about everywhere. So if you’re thinking about creative ways to put these holiday staples to good use, you’ve come to the right place. With a little imagination, you can transform ordinary eggs into eggstra-ordinary accents for your home. Scroll on for easy DIY Easter décor ideas.

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Rainbow Egg Wreath

Welcome friends and family to your home with a festive door accent.

Time: 10-15 Minutes

You’ll Need:

  1. Large Plastic Easter Eggs
  2. Mini Plastic Easter Eggs (optional)
  3. Twine or String
  4. Hot Glue Gun
  5. Ribbon

Directions:

  1. For this project, you’ll need several plastic eggs split in halves.
  2. One egg at a time, lay twine across the bottom half and put the top half back on. This will secure the twine in place.
  3. Repeat process with remaining eggs, keeping them as close together as possible. (The twine should not be visible between eggs).
  4. Take remaining twine and tie opposite ends together to create a wreath.
  5. Apply dollops of hot glue between each egg.
  6. Finish with a decorative bow of your choice.

Optional:

  1. Want to add more dimension to your wreath? Use a hot glue gun to attach mini eggs to the wreath.
  2. Finish with a decorative bow of your choice.

Spring Garland

Ready your entryway for Easter without spending a fortune.

Time: 5 Minutes

You’ll Need:

  1. Plastic Easter Eggs
  2. Needle
  3. Thread

Directions:

  1. For this project, you’ll need plastic eggs with small holes on the top and bottom.
  2. Break open the eggs.
  3. Thread string and pull it through the bottom of the first egg, tying a knot to keep it secure.
  4. Continue to thread the string through the top half of the egg. Bring the egg halves back together.
  5. Repeat until your garland is the perfect length.
  6. Drape your finished garland in your home.

TIP: Use larger eggs in the middle portion of your garland to create a focal point.

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Nest Egg Centerpiece

Dress up your tablescape and set the mood for your celebration.

Time: 3 Minutes

You’ll Need:

  1. Plastic Easter Eggs
  2. Glass Jar or Vase
  3. Easter Grass
  4. Plastic Easter Eggs

Directions:

Start with an apothecary jar, vase, or mason jar—pretty much any glass container you’ve got the house. Line the bottom with Easter grass. Fill the remaining space with Easter eggs in your favorite colors. Repeat process using different sized containers to create a one-of-a-kind centerpiece. Display on your table, mantel, or shelf.

Bunny Napkin Fold Table Setting

Bring joy to your Easter table with a charming napkin display.

Time: 3 Minutes (per piece)

You’ll Need:

  1. Plastic Easter Eggs (one per table setting)
  2. Paper or Fabric Napkins
  3. Ribbon

Directions:

  1. Start with a square napkin. Fold it in half to make a triangle. Repeat to make a smaller triangle.
  2. Starting at the longest side of the triangle, make a 1″ fold. Repeat until napkin is completely folded in 1″ sections. Repeat until napkin is completely folded.
  3. Wrap the napkin around an Easter egg and tie a ribbon on the top.  
  4. Place on every Easter plate at your table. Your guests will love the cute surprise!


Easter Flower Centerpiece

Nothing like fresh florals to pretty up your space!

Time: 5 Minutes

You’ll Need:

  1. Large-Mouth Glass Jar
  2. Glass Cup (to fit inside the glass jar)
  3. Plastic Easter Eggs
  4. Long Stem Flowers

Directions:

  1. Cut flower stems to desired length and arrange them in the glass cup. Fill the cup with water.
  2. Center the glass cup inside the jar.
  3. Stack plastic eggs inside the glass jar until no empty space remains.
  4. Set on your Easter table to delight your guests.

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