Easter-y Springtime Décor
Today, I’m sharing some photos of the Easter-y springtime décor that I’ve been playing around with in my home recently.
This year, I spent $0 on Easter and springtime decorations, except for the few supplies that I bought to make my 2 spring wreaths.
This year, I simply pulled out my stash of Easter and spring décor items and grouped them into 5 different vignettes.
Easter Decorating for My Dining Room Table
I made the yarn-wrapped Easter eggs last year. You can read a tutorial in my recent post: Embellished Easter Eggs 3 Ways.
The Mr. Easter Bunny and Mrs. Easter Bunny candle holders are items that I’ve had for many years . . . can’t remember when or where I got them.
Springtime Vignette on an Antique Dresser
Against one wall of the dining room, I have a marble-top antique dresser that belonged to my great-grandparents. It dates from approximately 1880-90 and originally had a matching mirror. It was a piece of my great-grandparents’ bedroom furniture.
On the marble top, I created a springtime vignette on a vintage brass tray that I recently cleaned and polished. Click the link for the tutorial.
I purchased the two chicks and the bunny a few years ago at Tuesday Morning. The finish on the chicks is distressed to make them look old.
The battery-powered LED candle is set to come on at 7:00 each evening. I love how it casts a soft glow over the little scene.
Easter Egg Display in the Foyer
I have an antique library table in the foyer that provides a large surface for seasonal decorating. I recently did a makeover on this table, and I’m so pleased with the “new” finish on it. Click the link to read the tutorial.
Here’s how I built an Easter vignette on this table.
Do you like how I grouped these items for a vignette in the foyer?
The egg tree and bunnies came from Home Goods many years ago. The wreath is so old that I can’t remember where I got it. The little pedestal plate was $6.00 at Home Goods last year.
Springtime on the Living Room Coffee Table
Here’s how I built a vignette on the coffee table in the living room, starting with a collection of bits and pieces from around the house.
So, there you have it. A little “scene” is created in a tray for the living room coffee table.
Easter Décor for the Mantel
Finally, here are some photos of the mantel in the living room. I recently shared similar photos when I posted about my 2 spring wreaths.
The vintage silver-plated water pitcher holds green and white mums from the grocery store paired with shrubbery clippings from my yard. I inserted a large water glass inside the silver pitcher to hold water for the greenery.
A dozen embellished eggs are on display in a small silver dish. The tutorial for these eggs can be found here.
Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny have been in my Easter stash for many years. This year, they’re anchoring one end of the mantel display.
My Front Door Wreath
Click here for tutorial on how to make this spring wreath for your front door.
Takeaways from this Project
- As I said previously, I spent $0 on decorating for spring and Easter this year (except for a few wreath-making supplies).
- I’ve had these Easter and springtime decorations for a long time, but every year, I use them differently.
- Each year, I enjoy playing around with decorative, seasonal items to arrange them into new vignettes.
- The display is different every year. No two years are alike.
How about you?
Do you enjoy playing around with decorating your home as much as I do?
Let me know what you think. I’d love to hear from you.
Enjoy Life Creatively!