Make It: Easy Easter Table Decorations
This spring I am making my Easter table decorations. With the cold and snowy winter months behind us, a pop of fresh color for the table is a welcome sight.
Every year I try to come up with something new and festive for my Easter table. I decided to use leftover paint from other projects to make the plastic eggs you buy at the Dollar Store look a bit more stylish.
I simply painted the eggs with leftover paint in pastel colors. Once they were dry, I mixed white paint and water together and dipped my brush into the mix. Then I held the loaded brush over the eggs and moved my thumb across the bristles, creating little splatters of paint. I also used the same method with brown paint to make different speckles.
Let them dry and then place them in a basket or on a decorative platter lined with sheet moss and put them on your table.
For the rest of the Easter table decorations, add a colorful tablecloth or runner. Use napkins and plates in all different colors, and don’t forget a vase of pretty tulips. Nothing says spring more than a simple bouquet of Easter tulips.
For a final touch, make the table settings personal by adding a place card at each seat. Last year I made these napkin rings. To learn how to make bunny ears napkin rings for your own Easter dinner, check out this post on my personal blog. It gives you step-by-step instructions and a free printable.
I hope these little ideas and tips give you the inspiration you need to create your own festive Easter dinner this spring!
I have been sponsored by the Glidden® brand paint for PPG to write this post but the thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.