Easy Easter Decorating


Quick and easy decorating ideas that will last for years and add tons of charm.
Carrots and flowers from the garden combined in a jar and not only do you have a beautiful arrangement, but the combination of aromas lingers for days.
Old baskets and some simple flowers, fake birds, butterflies, and Easter eggs create an attractive door piece or walkway accent.
An old chalkboard or even a new one (very inexpensive) with a touch of paint and ribbon. You can change the message year to year or use it as a Bunny countdown!
Add some colored mini lights to a stinger of plastic eggs and you've got a one of a kind decoration. I recommend lights from Christmas Lights Etc as they will last you for years and years.
Great way to make you're own eggs! Wire, glue, and a balloon is all you need. You can create your own colors, shapes, and sizes.
Old egg cartons painted can be used for a ton of Easter projects. Flowers, candies, egg and nest displays, etc. The list is endless.
And finally, a cheap costume from a local retailer such as Target or online retailer like Mr.Costumes will add character to your get togethers, create everlasting memories, and the most adorable pictures ever.

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