Quick Easter Vignette to add a little seasonal cheer to your spring decor that can be created with little effort.
I'd like to thank my sweet friend, Amber, from Follow the Yellow Brick Home for organizing this blog hop with Easter ideas that you can do this week!
Be sure to read to the end of the post where you will find links to the other Easter ideas that are NEW today!
You can see this spring post with this earlier vignette.
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I find myself decorating less specifically for Easter and more for spring. I used to go all out when the kids were younger.
Both are grown now and getting married in a few months.
I've been up to my elbows lately with painting the front porch and my son's bathroom. Finding the energy to add Easter decor this year just hasn't happened.
I decided that I needed to do a little something, and Amber's tour gave me that little extra push.
If you are joining me from Debra's lovely Easter dining room, welcome! I just adore her French country style. over at Common Ground.
Quick Easter Vignette
I still may end up doing an Easter tablescape. I need to talk with my mom to see if we are going to eat with her or over here. The date honestly slipped up on me with all the remodeling going on with the porch.
In the meantime, I've got an oh so easy way to add instant Easter to your decor.
Sprinkle in some pretty Easter eggs!
Yes, it's that simple.
How to Use Easter Eggs
- fill an urn or vase with Easter eggs
- tuck them in a basket with flowers
- tuck them in already existing floral arrangements
- set a pretty table and use one in the center of your plate as a place card written with a gold paint pen
With this vignette, I simply removed the large moss ball from the urn on the left.
I then filled it with a few faux Easter eggs from my large stash of eggs.
I decided to go with the more neutral ones with gold.
I then added a piece of thrift store milk glass and filled it with Easter eggs as well.
I now have a pretty entry table in our family room that represents the season.
I'll also go around this week and sprinkle in more eggs throughout the kitchen and family room. It's an easy and quick way to add a seasonal, spring touch.
Up next on the tour is Cindy from Count Road 407. She is sharing a yummy dessert for the holiday.