Hello, and Happy Spring! I am giddy with excitement that Spring is here at last! Even though it is currently only 48º here in Columbus, I am so ready to infuse our house with some Spring and Easter decor! If you’ve read my blog before, you may have seen some of my everyday decor mainstays that I have switched up for Fall, Christmas/Winter and Valentine’s Day. It’s now time for these pieces to make their Easter debut.
I always like to begin the seasonal transformation with my wreath. As always, I start out with my grapevine wreath and monogram letter “N.” From the Christmas and Valentine’s wreath, I had to sand the glitter off of the monogram to get the smooth surface I wanted for the pretty peach color I chose for Easter. Then I used a glue gun to add dark sheet moss and bright reindeer moss in between branches. I found this peach with gold polka dot ribbon from Hobby Lobby and the small vine bird’s nest from Joann. I found speckled Easter egg jelly beans at Dollar Tree and thought they were simply adorable! I glued 3 of them into the birds nest for the “Easter eggs” to finish off my Easter wreath. You can find the ribbon wreath hanger tutorial here.
I decided to sprinkle the Easter egg jelly beans from the wreath throughout the house to bring some Easter spirit in. I poured 3 bags into my crackled glass hurricanes to make our Easter table centerpiece.
I added more of the them to the base of the moss topiaries that live on our mantle year round. There is a great moss topiary tutorial on Liz Marie Blog.
This Easter decor transformation was fun; it kind of felt like the grown up equivalent of decorating eggs and Easter egg hunts!
Do you do any type of decorating for Easter? I hope you had a wonderful 1st weekend of Spring!
I absolutely love your wreath! The wreath itself, the way it is hung, simply all of it. Thanks for sharing your decor ideas with us at Merry Monday this week!
I love the versatility of your decor ideas, very inexpensive to change and looks fabulous!
Lydia Nordhoff says
Thank you Heather!