Holiday Decor: 10 Easter craft ideas!

Sunday, March 17, 2013

Easter is just weeks away and kids love a good Easter egg hunt!! There are so many kids friendly ideas floating around, today we have a round up of craft ideas we specially liked. These are easy to make, quick and just cool fun ways to decorate for the Easter holiday.

Enjoy this selection and don't forget to check out our other posts with lots of interesting Easter themed decoration ideas and Easter kids craft, and Easter egg designs!

This is just hard boiled egg soaked in beetroot juice. Bright little bunnies sitting on plates! Could you imagine how cute this would look on your kid's plate!! No artificial color here.

Easter bunting is very popular and this felt carrot garland is sure to look adorable anywhere! Decorate for Easter lunch, a little sewing skill goes a long way. So lovely!

If you have been looking for an easy craft idea to add a personal touch to your lunch setting, this would fit the bill perfectly! Little bunny, folded napkin, the steps are really easy to follow too :-)

A lovely egg cup made out of egg carton! What a perfect way to upcycle the egg cartons, earth friendly and pocket friendly too. The cuteness factor cannot be argued on here. Super fun!!

Hide a little surprise for each of your guests in this carrot name place holder! There is nothing as sweet as handmade decoration, and craft lovingly made. Enjoy crafting!!

Do you love drawing, making Easter cards cannot get easier! There are step by step instructions to draw these adorable little Easter bunnies. Preschoolers would love drawing :-)

This is just the cover of a book, but I fell in love with the hen on the egg carton ideas! The inspiration is easy and with card stock and tape this should be fun to make. Recycle/upcycle alert!!

Bunny come in all shapes! These face cloth bunnies are fast to make and look so sweet when decorated. Place them in interesting spots, tuck a little surprise for the guests :-)

An on trend ombre bunny garland made with card stock and sewn together. A simple, no fuss craft, which would be really easy if you have a cricut cutter, but not too bad with scissors too!

Easy peasy wooden beads, pipe cleaner and colored feather chicks! A quick craft and perfect for kids too, a lot of fun for the Easter weekend! Keep the little ones busy.
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Holiday Decor: 10 fun Easter egg decoration ideas!

Thursday, March 7, 2013

Easter is around the corner!! Colorful decorated eggs top the list of my must do craft this month. If you are looking for some amazing ideas to make unique Easter eggs your hunt might just have gotten easier!

Some of the best way to decorate Easter eggs, food coloring and vinegar, water color, sharpie pens, felt pens, nail color. Decorate with sequins, glitter, pom poms, feathers, stickers, washi tape..the list is really endless!!

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Animal print is just so much in fashion! These are perfect for brown and white eggs, just get bottles of nail color or sharpie and get started. These would be fun and super easy!!

Very simple food color and vinegar dip. Use fine tip felt pens to doodle as you please. This would be so zen drawing the pattern. Love the simple sophistication!

A twist on doily and white glue! Cut out patterns of your choice, stick them on the eggs, color with nail color or acrylic and peel, or leave them for a more blingy effect. Done!!

A very fun and boho modern way to decorate eggs on Easter! This would be perfect for those who are looking for new inspiration this year. You could use felt tip pen and water color pencil. Sweet!

From Martha, tie a band of lovely lace and a quick dip in food color bath. Unwrap the lace before it gets too soaked. The lace will leave a lovely relief design. So neat!

Use plastic eggs and felt supplies. Soapy water is a favorite way to felt. It would be awesome to cut them open with an exacto and hide surprises inside! So heart this <3

A very simple scratch design on dyed eggs. These would be fun to make, keep the dyed eggs ready and carve at leisure. Has a sweet rustic elegance to it too!

Eco friendly and perfect for different levels of skill. White glue and check your kitchen for lovely colorful grains. Wild rice, split lentils, wheat, green and yellow splits, pour out your soup mix! :-)

Paint and decoupage for this lovely effect! Cut out bunnies, florals from tissue paper and add strokes of hand painted leaves. These would make gorgeous hostess gift too, for keeps!

Easy to handle pom poms for little fingers and some white glue. These are easy to make and absolutely adorable too!

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Theme Inspiration: 10 Hallway decorating ideas!

Saturday, March 2, 2013

The hallway is a part of home that should not be ignored. There should be no reason why it could not be stylish and functional at the same time! An entryway makes the first impact and a lovely welcoming decor would take the style quotient up a few notch. Including a console table or dresser, art, and mirror with good lighting will do the trick perfectly!

Do check out a previous post on 15 ways to decorate hallway here.

Good tip for narrow hallway, do not over crowd, take it vertically up. A narrow console table with beautiful assortment of art and lots of wood texture. Interesting and so crisp!

Love the low bench with the focus clearly on the wall display. Sometimes pictures tell so much about the family, conversation starter and personal touch to the decor. Sweet!

A rustic mix of furniture and gorgeous vintage prints! This is vintage chic. The chest is absolutely perfect to catch all your keys, bag, lists etc. Comfortable and clutter free.

Shades of gray look absolutely amazing in combination with white and black! The simple color scheme is easy on the eyes and lets the print art get all the attention. Like the duo design wall too.

A cozy lived in feel to the hallway. Mix of family pictures and art, cheerful bright cushions in floral and warm distressed wood seating. Love the wooden alphabets. Fabulous!

Less is more, few basic furniture and some decorative items. What I love here is the unusual way of stacking the books. Neutral colors widen the space. Can't go wrong with mid-century accent!

If your hallway opens to the main door directly, place mirrors to widen the space and make the most of the natural light. The uncluttered look with lush plant is so inviting. Love the woods!

A narrow space can have perky personality too! This is so unusual and absolutely beautiful. The shades of blue look fantastic on white. Ornate neoclassical crossed with modern maybe..

This is just sweet quirkiness! A not to subtle 'bunny' theme going on here. This is so perfect for Easter!! Did you spy the almost hidden bunny on the wainscot? Cuteness overload! :-)

What an amazing diy! A sure way to impress your guests, just as they walk in. A decoupaged chest and magazine file. Swoon! You could choose your own clip art and check link for instruction!

from here

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