Find out how easy it is to create your own DIY Easter decorations using household items that can transform into festive Easter décor. These budget-friendly, super simple Easter decorating ideas and inspiration can be done with limited resources as well as at the very last minute.
They are so easy to do that no tutorial or instructions are needed to get your home ready to celebrate the Easter weekend.
Easter Decor Ideas
Even though I don’t have any standalone Easter decorations like ceramic rabbits chomping on carrots, Easter themed dinnerware, an Easter tree or decorative throw pillows specifically made for Easter, I was able to get my home’s entryway Easter ready in only a few minutes with the following ideas.
Get Creative with Color Schemes
As a child, I fondly remember that I had many navy blue Easter dresses and coats worn with white patent leather shoes, accessorized with a matching purse and white gloves.
Navy and white just feels like Easter to me, so I searched for items around my houses that were blue, white and also lavender as an accent color to use to decorate the sideboard in my entry.
When placed together in an artful way, the unrelated items I gathered can become Easter decor, even though each on their own, they are not.
The Faux Flowering Branches I made a few years ago to use to decorate my living room for spring. I filled the vase with floral foam to hold the branches and then covered with moss I had. If you don’t have moss, you can use Easter grass.
Use Greeting Cards As Art
I had an Easter Bunny card with Happy Easter greetings that was perfect to use as decor so I placed it in a prior DIY project I made where I used a ceramic canister lid and wire to make a DIY Photo Holder.
You may also remember the Clothespin Frame I made displaying a photo of hydrangeas.
Placing the items together on a white wicker tray that can be lined with blue and white gift wrap or fabric cut with scissors, pulls the unrelated items together. Once my Easter celebration is over, I can place these items back into the rooms where they came from.
Easy DIY’s with Plastic Eggs
Most of us probably have a few plastic Easter eggs from the dollar store stashed in storage along with Easter baskets in our homes. Both can be used as instant decor on a table.
Choose a few of the eggs in your chosen color scheme and place in a glass canister or jar.
Spring or Easter wreaths can be expensive. Instead of buying a new one for your front door, revive an old wreath. Use a hot glue gun to attach plastic eggs. Group the eggs by color or randomly all over the wreath.
Make Your Own Easter Basket Grass
If you don’t have any Easter basket grass left over from your kid’s Easter baskets, did you know you can shred tissue paper or construction paper in a paper shredder to make your own in any color paper you have.
No Craft Skills Needed for Adding Fresh Flowers
One of the easiest ways to add a pop of color and freshness to your home during Easter is by incorporating fresh flowers. Not only do flowers brighten up a room, but they also add a natural element that complements any Easter decor while adding Easter joy to your home.
If you are lucky and have spring flowers growing in your yard, snip a few to bring inside to use in a vase or pitcher to create a table centerpiece.
Or buy a bunch of colorful flowers at the supermarket to place on your kitchen counter or dining table.
You can also scatter small arrangements on surfaces throughout your home, like on a mantel using Mason jars or by cleaning out glass bottles from your recycling bin.
No Easter Table Cloth?
If you don’t have any Easter dinner table linens, head to your gift wrap stash to see if you have a springlike color of wrapping paper. Cut a piece in a long strip to make a table runner or cut into rectangles to make placemats.
Display Easter Candies
Another easy way to add some Easter color to your kitchen is to fill a bowl or glass canister with colorful Easter candy.
My go-to candy to decorate with is to use pastel M&M’s or Easter colored-foiled wrapped Hershey Kisses.
Cardboard Berry Baskets
Berry baskets come in many colors. I have a few of them that I use from tie to time to organize items in drawers. I buy them at the craft store. They can be filled with Easter grass and used as decoration for table place settings.
Decorating your home for Easter doesn’t have to have you putting time aside to make Easter crafts. As you can see from these, almost instant DIY easter decoration ideas that you can add a festive touch to your space to celebrate Easter and spring without too much fuss or effort.
So, look around your house for items to use and have fun creating something special and unique for you and your family this Easter.