Looking for some thrifty decorating ideas for Easter? Here are some great decorating tips I wanted to highlight, and I’ve shared how I decorated for Easter this year as well.
Easter Egg Tree via Hoosier Homemade. On this post, she actually used a tree out of her yard to make this thrifty venture. Absolutely darling, and so frugal!
And here’s a slightly different version using twigs. This one is via A Pretty Life in the Suburbs.
Jelly Beans in a Jar via Moore Minutes. This is a great way to use all those jars you have hanging out in the cupboards or garage. And if you aren’t interested in using jelly beans, try “real” dried beans and spray paint them your favorite colors.
Scrapbook Covered Cans for Spring and Easter via Green Eye Girl Grafts. Everyone has cans they can access, and this is such a great way to reuse something and save money.
Pom Poms made out of Tissue Paper via Evelyn Kate Designs. You can even use coffee filters to make these! Absolutely darling!
And then, here are my feeble attempts at thrifty decorating for Easter. I keep things pretty simple, and do just enough to add some color to the house. I used plastic eggs and grass that I got with the after Easter sales last year, and just displayed them in a few different pots and bowls around the house.
This one is on display on our kitchen table, and it’s just about my favorite serving dish ever. And I love it centered on my table with Easter decor in it. Would you believe me if I told you I paid $3 for this dish at a thrift shop?
Here is the kitchen window over the sink. I’m always changing out what I put on display in it, and it was fun adding some eggs and blue beads to the mix. If you can’t tell yet, I’m trying to make that blue color the accent in my green walled kitchen! I must be insane right? I’ll show you my inspiration for these color choices very soon.
And here is the mantle. As you can tell, I don’t do much in the way of Easter decorating, but just a few splashes of color are enough for me. And this is about as thrifty as it gets!
What are some of your thrifty Easter decorating ideas for this year? Please feel free to share links to your blog posts in the comment section.