37 of the Best Easter Decoration Ideas to Make this Spring

Thirty-seven DIY Easter decoration ideas to make that will spruce up your home for the holiday, from front-door wreaths to Easter eggs.

There is no better way to decorate your home for Easter than making your own Easter crafts! So, join me as I share some of the best Easter decoration ideas that you can use to add spring color and charm to your home this season. Whether you are looking for ideas for your living room, dining room, kitchen, or outdoor spaces, you’ll find many new Easter decor ideas to inspire you. From Easter egg decorating to flower arrangements to table decor, these Easter craft ideas will be a perfect addition to your celebration.

Best Easter Decoration Ideas to Make this Spring

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1. Air Dry Clay Ornaments on Easter Eggs

Stamped Easter egg with air dried clay ornament

Have you ever worked with air dry clay? It is straightforward, and you can get so creative with it. I took one of my hand-stamped eggs and glued an air-dried clay ornament onto the egg for an added touch. The clay comes in many colors. I used white, painted the bee black, and added some gold touches with Rub and Buff. You can see my post about four ways to decorate eggs here.

2. Tiered Easter Tray

Tiered Easter Tray

The great thing about tiered trays is that you can style them for any holiday, season, or occasion. For example, for my tiered Easter tray, I used several Easter craft ideas mixed with other decorations I have picked up from craft stores and flea markets. I love incorporating vintage decor with natural materials and greenery to create a beautiful display.

3. Hand-Stamped Easter Eggs

Hand Stamped Easter Eggs

Decorating Easter eggs is not just for kids! I love using different methods to create gorgeous eggs in my Easter decorations. These hand-stamped eggs are one of my favorites. Use faux eggs, ink pads, and rubber stamps to achieve this effect. For the full tutorial for these and other Easter craft ideas, see 4 DIY Easter Egg Decorating ideas.

4. Silk Tie Easter Eggs

Silk Tie Dyed Easter Eggs

These vibrant Easter eggs were made using a modern technique with silk ties and plain white eggs. When the egg is wrapped in a silk tie and boiled in a mixture of water and vinegar, the pattern from the tie transfers to the eggs, creating a stunning result. The bright colors and intricate designs make this DIY Easter decoration stand out! You can read about how to make your Easter eggs with silk ties HERE.

5. Pink Foiled Easter Eggs

Pink Foiled Easter Eggs

These shiny pink foiled eggs from my friend @amysadlerdesigns are fast to make and elegant. Check out Amy’s blog post Here. Look how pretty they look, nestled on a bed of moss and colorful butterflies! These eggs add the perfect pop of color.

6. Gold Foiled Easter Eggs

Gold Foiiled Easter Eggs

For a different effect, try these gold-foiled Easter eggs. I used speckled eggs for this version and chose not to cover the entire egg with foil. Add a little adhesive on a sponge, blot it onto the egg, and apply the gold foil. (You will need two sheets, 3″ x 3″ per egg). Once dry, use a chip brush to remove the excess and leave the foil smooth and shiny. Remember, you can always add more but can’t remove it. The finished eggs look so elegant on their own or in decorative arrangements.

7. Feathered Easter Eggs

Feathered Easter Eggs

Try these feathered Easter eggs for an easy yet gorgeous Easter egg decorating idea. You will need faux eggs, pretty feathers, and Mod Podge. Use a brush to apply a thin layer of Mod Podge onto the egg, lay the feather on the same spot, and finish with another coat of Mod Podge. Be careful to brush in the direction of the feather. This is one of the most straightforward Easter decorating ideas on this list!

8. Easter Decoration Ideas To Make; Egg Carton Roses

Egg Carton Roses

Are you looking for a great way to reuse all those empty egg cartons from decorating Easter eggs? These egg carton roses are so pretty and add to your spring-season decor. Grab a pair of scissors and a hot glue gun for this easy DIY. Check out my video tutorial on YouTube to learn how to make them. They look great paired with some twigs and some natural greenery!

9. Pink Foil Fruit 

Pink foiled Pears

Have you ever tried pink-foiling faux fruit? It is effortless to do, and the results are breathtaking. You can use this process to add extra glamour and shine to almost anything! Follow the detailed instructions outlined here. I made this fabulous craft using faux pears and pink foil sheets for Easter. Arrange your pink foiled pears on a wooden tray for a pretty centerpiece or attach name tags and place one at each table setting on your Easter table. You can use pears, apples, or the fruit of your choice.

10. DIY Personalized Easter Basket 

DIY Dollar Tree Easter Basket
DIY Dollar Tree Easter Basket

Make this personalized Easter basket to make a young child feel special. I made these baskets for my grandchildren using the cutest wooden bunny shapes I found at the Dollar Tree. See the detailed instructions for how to make this adorable and easy DIY Easter Basket. Whether you fill it with plastic eggs and treats or use it for an egg hunt, this will be their favorite Easter gift.

11. Air Dry Clay Eggs In A Basket

Air dry clay Easter eggs in a basket

These stamped clay eggs can be styled differently for your Easter celebration. Regina @savedfromsalvage shows us how to make these sweet light blue eggs with air dry clay, a cookie cutter, a wooden stamp, and some chalk paint. You can change the shape, color, and symbol to fit any seasonal decor. So many possibilities!

12. Air Dry Clay Carrots 

clay carrots

I love the air-dry clay carrots my friend Michelle @thistlekeylane created! Make an adorable carrot bundle to display by following her easy tutorial. All you need is some air-dry clay, sculpting tools, and green ribbon or tissue paper to create these colorful spring veggies fit for the Easter bunny.

13. Bunny And Carrot Name Card Boxes

DIY Easter Bunny box for name card
Carrot Name Card Box

I created these sweet boxes out of treasures from Dollar tree. A simple wooden box and a deconstructed garland made these boxes the perfect name card holders for my Easter table. I added some crinkled sheet music and an egg for a finishing touch.

14. Carrot Dyed Wreath

Carrot Dyed Rag Wreath

There is nothing better than making your own Easter decor! If you want a new Easter wreath idea, look no further than this hand-dyed carrot wreath. Use carrots to naturally dye your fabric in this creative craft that looks beautiful hanging on your front door. This DIY Easter decoration is the perfect way to welcome guests to your home for your Easter gathering.

15. Pink Dogwood Tablescape

Dog Wood Tablescape

Create a beautiful display on your Easter table using fresh blooms from your yard, like this pink dogwood. I paired it with adorable bunnies and some of my favorite Easter crafts and decorations. I love the spring color palette of bright pink and natural white with a touch of green. You can create a gorgeous Easter tablescape with fresh flowers wherever you live.

16. Book Page Easter Egg

Book Page Easter Egg

I love to upcycle old books. This Easter decoration is quick and easy. A simple paperback book transforms old book pages into a one-of-a-kind piece. These can be displayed in so many ways throughout your home and enjoyed year after year. You can see a full tutorial HERE.

17. Rabbit Ear Napkin Rings

Place setting for Easter at the dining room table

Add a fun decoration to your Easter table settings with these adorable bunny ear napkin rings. This project comes together in no time flat. You will need a hot glue gun, felt, TP roll, wire, and scissors. I like to bend the bunny’s ears to give them a little character. It adds the cutest touch to your Easter Sunday table. See the easy instructions and other ideas for how to style an Easter place setting.

18. Natural Dyed Eggs

dyed eggs

Have you ever dyed Easter eggs using raw materials from your kitchen? Not only is it eco-friendly, but it’s also so easy, and you will be amazed at the colors you can achieve. First, learn how to make natural dye using vegetables and spices HERE. Then, use the handy guide to determine which foods and plants can make natural dyes and what colors they produce. Fill your Easter basket with natural beauty.

19. Jelly Bean Vase And Flower Arrangement

Jelly Bean Vase
Jelly Bean Flower Arrangement

If you want ideas to decorate a table for Easter Sunday, this jelly bean vase flower arrangement is one of my favorites! By inserting a small vase inside a larger one, you create a space to fill in with bright-colored jelly beans. Then, arrange fresh flowers inside the smaller vase to create a sweet and simple Easter centerpiece.

20. Jelly Bean Ice Cream Sundae

Jelly Bean Ice Cream Sundae

I used more spring-colored jelly beans to create this yummy ice cream sundae-inspired place card holder. To make these for your Easter party, use dabs of hot glue to attach jelly beans to a large plastic egg. Then, fill a glass dish with more jelly beans, add a pretty ribbon and a name tag, and place your egg on top. This is a great way to add color and charm to your Easter table!

21. Pressed Flower Eggs

Pressed Flower Easter Eggs

Spring is the perfect time to incorporate flowers into your crafts. But did you know you can make these beautiful Easter eggs using dried flowers right from your garden? Learn how to dry flowers and apply them to eggs HERE. These lovely decorations look stunning when arranged in a bird’s nest or natural basket to decorate your coffee table.

22. Easter Decoration Ideas To Make; Peat Pot Easter Basket  

Peat Pot Easter Basket

Peat pots are an inexpensive way to create an Easter basket. I used these adorable graphics from my friend Bobbi @frenchdoorstudio. She has these vintage Easter graphics that can be used in many ways. Be sure to check them out HERE.

23. Blueberry Dyed Easter Eggs

Blue Easter Eggs and rabbit

Another natural dye that works great for Easter eggs is blueberries. This dye will give you a variety of shades of blue depending on how long you let your eggs steep in the dye. For example, I was striving for a dark navy blue egg, so I let them steep overnight in the blueberry dye. I love the outcome. The best part is that natural dye is better for the environment than synthetic alternatives.

24. Floral Arrangement In Cabbage

I enjoy incorporating vegetables into my decor. There are so many fun textures and colors to work with. For an easy DIY Easter decoration for your table, hollow out a pretty purple cabbage, insert a glass of water, and create a beautiful spring floral arrangement inside. Easy, eco-friendly, and so unique!

Floral Arrangement In A Head Of Cabbage
Fresh flowers and vegetables

25. Flower Vase Wrapped with Kale and Carrots 

Easter flower arrangement made with vegetables

For another way to decorate with veggies, wrap a flower vase with kale on the exterior of the glass and tie it with twine. Add a vibrant pop of color by playfully attaching carrots and beets to the arrangement using floral pins, crafting a whimsical and eye-catching display.

26. Fill Apothecary Jars

Jars filled with Easter Candy

27. Easter Floral Arrangement with Arbor

Sometimes the best Easter decoration ideas are also the easiest! I love decorating with apothecary jars because you can change the contents seasonally. For the spring season, fill jars of different heights with colorful candy like jelly beans, Jordan almonds, and robin’s eggs for a whimsical look. Then, arrange them in the perfect place on your kitchen counter, shelf, or mantle to liven up any space and satisfy your sweet tooth!

Easter Arbor Flower Arrangement

My friend Diane @southhousedesigns came for a visit last week, and we had some fun. It is not often that I get a visitor from Kansas City. I was anxious to take her to the Los Angeles flower market for inspiration, and we created this masterpiece in the She-shed. You can make this arrangement in a variety of sizes. See the full post HERE for step-by-step instructions.

28. Eggshell Wreath Floral Arrangement

DIY Easter Eggshell Wreath  with flowers

If you like the look of naturally dyed Easter eggs, you’ll love this sweet eggshell arrangement. This craft uses eggs that have not been hard-boiled, so you can empty them and use them as vases for tiny flowers, such as chamomile. Then, add a tall vase in the center of the wreath filled with fresh spring flowers to complete the look.

29. Red Cabbage Dyed Easter Eggs

Red Cabbage Dyed Easter Eggs

Did you know red cabbage produces a turquoise blue dye that makes wonderful naturally dyed Easter eggs? Depending on how long you leave the eggs in the dye, you can get a variety of brilliant blues. Try making these eggs today

30. Easter Tree with Bird’s Nests

Let’s make an Easter tree. Gather some tree branches or Cherry blossoms and place them in a tall vase. Hang some small bird’s nests with three pieces of wax cording. In addition, you can hot glue some directly to the branches. Decorate them with colorful eggs. The effect is lovely, with buds and flowers just starting to bloom.

Birds nest in Easter Tree
Bird Nest's Hanging in Tree

31. DIY Easter Decoration Ideas To Make ( Easter Rabbit)

Easter Rabbit and Bird's Nest in Vintage Bed Spring
Sheet Music Easter Bunny

You’d never know these gorgeous Easter decorations started with dollar-store items! Plastic easter eggs create the perfect oval shape for the Easter bunny’s body and head. The addition of the old sheet music transforms them into works of art. When arranged in a group or alone, the completed figures create a beautiful display to add a vintage vibe to your Easter celebration. See the detailed instructions: How to make this Easter rabbit.

32. Easter Egg Topiary

Blue Easter Egg Topiary DIY

Some Easter centerpieces are understated, and some make a big statement, like this Easter egg topiary. This towering creation is filled with shades of blue Easter eggs and will be the focal point of your Easter table decor. You can watch my full tutorial HERE.

33. Bird’s Nest In A Vintage Box Spring 

DIY Bird's Nest In A Vintage Bed Spring

Another upcycled craft! Turn an old box spring into an adorable bird’s nest for this DIY Easter decoration. You can find most items needed at craft stores and around your yard. For the full tutorial and other craft ideas, check out my post on Upcycled Crafts.

34. French Peat Pots With Transfer Art

Easter Peat Pot in a vignette on the kitchen counter

Another Peat pot project. A simple coat of white chalk paint and a rub-on transfer started this sweet Easter basket for my kitchen island. Adding some Curly Willow for a handle, a few feathers, and an Egg tag added the finishing touches.

35. Moss Rabbit

moss rabbit

How cute is this moss-covered rabbit for your Easter decor? Michele @vintagehomedesigns shows us how to turn an ordinary bunny into this stunning Easter craft using only spray adhesive and crafting moss. This little guy goes so well with other spring decorations, thanks to its neutral colors.

36. Handpainted pillow

DIY Easter Egg Pillow

My friend Diane @southhousedesigns painted this adorable Buffalo plaid pillow in just a few simple steps. Starting with a store-bought pillowcase. Check out the full tutorial on how to create this pillow HERE.

37. DIY Lavander Basket

DIY Faux Lavender Basket

There is nothing better than the smell of lavender. Susan @henandhorsedesigns shows us how to create a beautiful basket of faux lavender for the front door. Place a few drops of lavender oil on a cotton ball and insert it behind your florals in the basket. You can read the entire post HERE.

I hope you enjoyed this list of the best Easter decoration ideas to make this spring! Which ones are you most looking forward to?

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  1. Wendy, these are all lovely ideas, and so many! I am not even sure which one I would pick as a favorite if I had to. Thank you for sharing all of these inspirations with Whimsy Home Wednesday!

  2. Hi Wendy! Your creativity never ceases to amaze me! So many beautiful projects! I thought I was being so creative by stamping eggs, and then I saw yours! They are gorgeous! Love that they are black and white, and the music sheets wrapped around the spools are genius! What were you saying about great minds, lol!! Happy day!

    1. You are so sweet Donna, thank you! I did these egg projects last year and had a lot of fun
      trying the different methods. However, I loved your stamped eggs so much! I hope one day we get to craft together, that would be very fun.

  3. So many great ideas, Wendy! I still think the pink foiled fruit is my favorite…but so hard to pick. The nice thing is…I don’t have to! I enjoyed reading about every project!

  4. Oh my goodness! So many really great ideas. You inspire me, my friend.

    1. That was a very long blog post, LOL! Thanks for stopping bye to read it.

  5. Cindy@CountyRoad407 says:

    Each idea was so beautiful! So much color and inspo. Pinning so I can remember some of these. Hope I have time soon! Happy Easter and Spring!

  6. So many cute spring decorations. Thank you so much for the inspiration and for sharing. 🙂

    1. Thank you for stopping by! I hope you have fun preparing for Easter.

  7. Fabulous Wendy!!!! You have so many creative, gorgeous projects.
    Thanks bunches for including my pillow!

    1. Love your sweet pillow! sorry, it was at the bottom. I had already added the others and was too lazy to re-number them all. I just wanted that darn post to be done! lol

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