Other than Christmas, Easter decorations are my favorite accessories to dress up the house… its so refreshing to see all of the colors of spring come out to play after a cold winter. We’re having a pretty typical end of winter here in Ohio, they say it’s the only state where you can experience all 4 seasons in one week and that’s about right! The snow today is making me even more excited to see spring arrive.
So to be clear, I have absolutely nothing against rabbits or the Easter bunny. They’re adorable, in fact I had babies in my front yard last year and they were so adorable that I didn’t even get mad when they ate all of my flowers. Ok, actually I did get mad, I just got over it quickly because they were so cute.
Now that we’ve established that I do in fact like bunnies, in the next breath I’m saying I’m going to step away from the bunnies for my Easter decor. For years the majority of my Easter decorations have had rabbits on/in/with them, so I’m ready to move on. I’m not ridding myself of them but I’m introducing some decor that doesn’t revolve around rabbits. Now eggs on the other hand, well let’s just say get ready for a bunch of eggs! 😉 Feast your eyes on these beautiful Easter decorations that are fueling my inspiration for this season!
Orange Tulips & Carrots Spring Flower Arrangement
DIY Dyed Robin Eggs
Reversible Easter/Spring Wood Blocks
Birch Wrapped Basket with Tulips and Daffodils
DIY Button Easter Egg Craft
Jelly Bean Filled Candle Holders
Easter Egg & Baby’s Breath Floral Arrangement
The Casual Craftlete
Easter Mason Jar Floral Arrangement
Easter Bunny Wreath
I know, I know, I totally caved! I couldn’t resist this adorable bunny door hanging though, I’ve never seen anything like it before… isn’t it the cutest?!
What are your favorite Easter decorations? Do you have ones you use each year or do you like to mix it up from year to year?
Thanks for reading and have a great rest of your week!
I luv bunnies too..they are so adorable!! Creative decorations..very neat.
Debbie Davidson says
Love all of these.