Hey everyone! Hope you’ve had a great weekend! It may be April Fools Day, but this is NO JOKE! We woke up to 6 inches of snow Friday morning! Welcome to Spring in Utah!
We’re excited to give you a tour of our homes today to share how we decorated for Easter with you. You’ve seen my porch up close, now you’ve seen the piled up snow, lets take a closer look at the porch decor before we head inside.
A few years back my Mom and I made these darling carrot wreaths for our front doors. We found the idea on Pinterest. We purchased artificial tulips at Michaels, layered and wired them together then added a little greenery at the top, fun and easy. They’ve been fun to use during the Easter season.
Another darling addition to our front porches are these “Welcome Peeps!” signs. My Sister-in-law found this cute idea and all the girls got together for a craft day and make these out of old pallet wood.
Alrighty, come on in! The top of my piano has been a simple area of my home to easily transition between the holiday decor. These darling chalkboard eggs, and chalkboard like piece of art came from At Home. If you’ve never ventured to their store before plan a whole day! It’s ginormous and full of so many goodies for your home!
Take a closer look and see my version of the double sided craft. I first painted the edges of the egg an aqua blue, then I simply traced the egg onto a piece of scrapbook paper and adhered it to the egg with modpodge. Then I applied the egg to the craft with wood glue. Simple and cute!
Click here to see the double sided craft tutorial!
On this side of the piano, I have a frame that was also purchased from At Home, a cute little bunny my Mom made for me, geez probably 15 years ago or so, and one of the 4 new FREE Easter printables. This one has been printed to a 5×7 and adhered to a block of wood. A super easy way to add a little decor to your home!
Scroll through the rest of the post to access the printable downloads.
Another darling way to incorporate the free printables into your decor is to make a small bunting. We printed the bunny to a 5×7 and rounded the bottom corners. Then we made 4 small triangles 5″ wide out of scrapbook paper and strung them all on a piece of jute. Tie a few ribbons in-between each pendant and you have yourself a darling bunting in less than 10 minutes for a couple dollars! (Really the only expense here was printing the picture, everything else I had on hand.)
Another simple way to use this cute bunny print is to display it in a picture frame!
Here’s a closeup of another printable displayed in a frame.
And for our last printable, this was also printed as a 5×7 and mounted on a block of wood.
Yes, it’s true my Mom and I have many of the same decor items. That’s just bound to happen when we shop together and our tastes are similar, oh well. Here we have her version of the double sided craft, and her cute chalkboard eggs. We love this black and white Easter vignette.
Scattering some bunnies and flowers around is another simple way to bring some Easter decor into your space.
The mantle is another darling place to hang a bunting. Add a little more decor to the top of the mantle to tie everything together.
If you’ve been following along for a while now, you know we have a love of decorating with tiered trays. It’s just so much fun to organize and display little trinkets in these trays.
Scattering some faux forsythia and greenery also helps to brighten up the space and make it feel like Spring, and the Easter season.
We hope we inspired you with new ideas to brighten up your home for the Easter season! Make sure to download your FREE printables and share with us how you used them in your home, we’d love to hear from you! Happy decorating and happy Spring!