Crack into these fun and affordable Easter egg décor ideas
Like Christmas, Easter is a sacred day for many. It’s also a holiday that says “springtime”–and it’s a favorite of children everywhere. Really, what child can resist décor that involves cute rabbits? And who doesn’t have fun coloring eggs–child or adult?
Easter is April 5, so get out and pick up a bit of décor to nestle next to that lily. With so many holiday options, we’ve focused on the mighty egg. Take a pick of a few inexpensive ways to highlight eggs–for both the Martha Stewart types, and those who prefer to stay away from messy dying projects.
A spring wreath
Beautiful wreaths aren’t just for Christmas. This pretty speckled egg version uses a real twig base and raffia to chic effect. Speckled egg wreath, $24.99, worldmarket.com
Set the tone at the front of your house with this whimsical, wonderful rug. Blossoms & Blooms eggs rug, $4.99 on sale, kohls.com
See the light
When the daylight fades bring out this carton of eggs, guaranteed to brighten up any room. The set includes a classic “crate” and a sweet half dozen egg-shaped, speckled candles. Seven-piece egg and crate set, $11.99 on sale, kohls.com
A candle will last a few days, a true egg, not long at all–but a wooden egg will decorate your home for years to come. So if you’re not into painting your own, try these hand-crafted painted wooden eggs. Painted wooded eggs, $9.95 for a set of six, pier1.com
Might we suggest a perfect platter for your Easter goodies? Serve up everything from appetizers to sliced ham to, well, deviled eggs on this artful style. Boston International Easter egg serving platter, $14.99, bedbathandbeyond.com