Ideas For The Easter Decor...

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20 Minutes
I'm sharing a few DIY and crafty ideas for your Easter home decor...
Paper flowers, painted pastel glassware, and block letter words.

The paper flowers are incredibly simply to make. And that's what I'll show you here...
For the painted glassware there's a post here in hometalk about those which you will find here: the wood blocks with reversed mirror lettering - you'll find the instructions and letters over on Mia Bella Passions Blog.
As well as the free rabbit printable which has been framed for the mantel.
For the FLOWERS:
All you need is a scalloped flower template.
There's plenty to choose from on the internet...but the one I used is the  8 petal flower 
Download and save to your computer.
Print directly onto your patterned card.
You need to print TWO templates per flower.
My paper size was 6 x 6.5 inch
My print size was 4 x 6 inch on Landscape setting.
Cut out flower shapes. Join two with a pretty brad in the centre. Cut each of the petals to the brad. Pinch the top petals upwards.

Use to decorate gifts.
Make a banner.
Or pop into a pretty bowl for a pop of pretty in the decor.

So that is what I created for my Easter Mantel. I'm loving the pretty pastel colours for the Easter Decor.
Stop over at Mia Bella Passions blog for the other instructions and links for the Happy Easter wording in reverse mirror, and how I created the wood blocks.

And you can print this rabbit watercolour & ink painting for free too.
It's perfect to frame for the decor too.
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Tracey Lee Cassin
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