Our Ultimate Guide to Easter Decorations

We’ve found FIVE Easter decorations that you’ll want to buy or make this March! Scroll down for our ultimate guide to making sure your home or garden is ready for Easter!

1) Homemade Easter Wreaths

One of our favourite craft bloggers, Ruth Cartwright from Craft With Cartwright, told us that ‘wreaths are popular for any seasonal event’.

We found this beautiful guide to making gorgeous Easter wreath decorations. We particularly love this stunning Tulip Easter Wreath. Click here to find out how to make it… 

 

2) Make Your Own Easter Tree

Another idea from Ruth Cartwright is to make your own Easter tree. This is a great indoor or outdoor Easter decoration.

You can buy foam Easter eggs and ribbon from many craft shops. All you need to do is decorate the eggs (we recommend using uni-ball’s pastel coloured POSCAS).

Then you can hang your pretty Easter eggs on a tree in your garden, or on a branch or artificial tree that have you inside.

3) Crepe Paper Flowers

Do you need a bouquet of spring flowers to see you through the Easter season? Well Ruth Cartwright suggests that you make some!

Check out this short video from Ana DIY Crafts which will show you how to make these spring decorations.

Or Ruth has this idea for tissue paper blossom . . .

4) Sass & Belle Easter Egg Hunt Direction Signs

If you are looking for Easter decorations that can be used outside or inside you can’t go wrong with these stylish Sass & Belle Easter egg direction signs, just one of the many Easter decorations available on sale via Amazon.

They are perfect for any Easter egg hunt!

5) Easter Baskets

Traditional baskets are Easter decorations you can make or buy. For those wanting to buy a traditional Easter basket, you should once again take a look at the reasonably priced Easter decorations on Amazon ().  

These fun DIY felt Easter egg hunt baskets will make a fun Easter Holiday craft activity!

 

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