9 Stylish DIY Ideas for Easter
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Egg-cellent!1 of 10
By Natasha Burton
Step away from the chocolate bunnies and artificial green grass. Celebrate Easter in style with these nine creative DIY ideas from some of our favorite bloggers.
Glass Act2 of 10
Give your Easter tablescape a chic vintage vibe by complementing elegant white china and linens with a mini glass cake stand holding a nest of specked eggs, similar to this one from Amanda at Dixie Delights.
Tie Dye3 of 10
Jessie Jane of Lilyshop discovered an innovative way to dye eggs: Use silk patterned neckties and white vinegar, transferring the tie pattern onto each egg. The finished product adds serious style that’s sure to wow your Easter brunch guests.
Hop to It4 of 10
Kids—and adults— will get into the holiday spirit with these cute Easter bunny paw prints, made from flour by Melissa of The Larson Lingo. (Just be sure to sweep them up before it rains!)
Take a Shine5 of 10
While these fancy eggs (also from Lilyshop) might look difficult to replicate, they only require a few supplies and a steady hand. Bonus: If you use blown-out (i.e. hollow) eggs, you can keep your sparkly creations for years to come.
Garden Variety6 of 10
A chic alternative to dyeing your eggs: Hollow them out and use them as mini vases for succulents then repurpose your creations as place cards or a centerpiece. Check out the tutorial from Animal Head Vintage.
Golden Egg7 of 10
Even the most DIY-averse can re-create these gilded eggs from Waiting On Martha by using gold Sharpies and brown eggs, which can be styled to look modern, or antique, depending on how you decorate them.
Fine Feathers8 of 10
Decorating the påsk ris is a holiday tradition in Sweden. To get the festive look in your home, try this project from Aunt Peaches using twigs, feathers and colored eggs to create an Easter centerpiece that's just the right balance of folklore and fun.
Frill Seeker9 of 10
Infuse some candy-filled excitement into your Easter decor with these piñatas created by Jordan Ferney of Oh Happy Day. The only hard part? Resisting the urge to bust them open before your guests arrive.
Bake Off10 of 10
Baking maven Carrie Sellman of The Cake Blog created this incredible confection with frosting that mimics a speckled robin's egg in the chicest way possible. This cake is almost too pretty to eat. Almost.
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