Spring / Easter Decorating

Spring / Easter Decorating

Spring is kind of a weird time. If you are into sports there is March Madness, the beginning of baseball season, and the end of hockey season. For anyone that’s Irish (or likes Irish people or green or likes to drink) we have St. Patrick’s Day. And sometimes in March and sometimes in April we have Passover and Easter.

I have a couple of friends that are Jewish. Some years we get together for these holidays and celebrate Passover and Easter together. While the decorations for Passover are quite sparse Easter decorations can be really fun.  Here are a few I recommend:

  1. Carrot-theme vases – Take a large hurricane and put a smaller bud vase in the center. Put carrots around the outside and add flowers to the bud vase. Adding water to the entire thing is recommended to keep it looking fresh.
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  2. Candy-theme vase – if you have children in your home this might be more fun for them. It’s the same concept only trade the carrots for colorful candy and add water ONLY to the bud vase. (full details at getcreativejuice.com)
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  3. Colored Deviled Easter Eggs –  Why do they call these “deviled” eggs when they are mostly served at Easter? Isn’t that weird? Anyway, once your eggs have been hard boiled dip them in food-safe colored dyes, then make them up as usual.  It will add some fun color to your dinner table.
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  4. Make a bunny Napkin – fold your napkins into cute little bunny shapes and place them on your dinner plates. Instructions are at drivenbydecor.com
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  5. Shell tea lights – For this one you’re going to want to harden these shells a bit. The easiest way will be to take your shells (just shells after you’ve cracked an egg) and some white glue with food coloring added. Brush the glue onto the egg and let dry. Add several coats so it’s strong enough for a tea light to sit inside without breaking the shell. Once reinforced with another pretty colored “shell” place them in a tea light holder.  This one looks like an egg crate but yours doesn’t have to to look great. Carefully put tea lights in the center either turned on or then light. Now isn’t that a beautiful way to light up your room?
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