Seven Fun ideas to create for Easter

Easter is right around the corner and there is no better time to get ready than now. I am sharing 6 ideas to bring Easter decor into your home.

Spring is such a beautiful season, full of hope and newness. It’s the beginning of something great.

I am hoping the weather will begin to warm up soon, we have had so much rain. The garden is going to be so spectacular this year.

Seven blogging friends and I have gathered today to share some of our favorite spring decor and DIY ideas.

Thank you to Kristy @athomewithkristy for hosting this fun Easter share. I hope you find some inspiration for Easter today.

Dyeing Easter eggs with Natural dyes

The Easter bunny will be arriving soon and the egg hunts will begin. I started dying my Easter eggs with natural dye last year. The grandkids and I had so much fun that I wanted to experiment a bit more this year. I tried several different vegetables and a few spices. Wait until you see all of the gorgeous colors you can get with dyes that are most likely already in your refrigerator.

You can read my full blog post and be inspired by great ideas on how to dye eggs using natural dye to create some fun and interesting Easter eggs this year.

cabbage dyed eggs

And there is a bonus! at the end of my post, I share how to make this adorable blue eggshell wreath!

Blueberry dyed Easter Eggs
Red cabbage dyed Easter Eggs
dyed eggs
Easter eggshell wreath

On my blog WM Design House, I may sometimes use affiliate links, which means a small commission is earned if you make a purchase via the link. The price will be the same whether you use the affiliate link or go directly to the vendor’s website using a non-affiliate link.

Easter decor at its best

Now it’s time to meet my friends and see what kind of Easter projects they have created.

My dear friend Regina @savedfromsalvage

Isn’t this wreath adorable? Regina is so cleaver and she has created these darling air dry clay rabbits and carrots to perk up her front door! Air dry clay is so fun to work with and dries so quickly. And Regina will show you everything you need to know to make your own wreath.

Easter wreath

Meet Brooke @farmhouse1820

Brooke has the most beautiful style and a natural knack for putting gorgeous tables together. Collecting dishes is one of Brooke’s favorite pass times. You will enjoy how she mixes and matches all of her dishes to create an inviting dinner table.

Easter tablescape

Next up is my friend Crystal @sweetvalleyacres

Crystal really went all out on this Easter bunny painting. I love how she incorporated dried flowers that she had been saving and made her painting 3D. You will be so impressed with her painting skills when you see this work of art.

Easter rabbit painting

Missy @sonatahomedesigns

Do you love color? Missy created two of the cutest Easter Tablescapes that will make your home look as colorful and fanciful as the holiday season itself.

Missy shares beautiful flowers to table runners, that are certain to bring some much-needed cheer into your home this Easter.

Blue easter bunny

More Easter Decor Inspiration

Meet another one of my friends, Kristy @athomewithkristy

Sweet and simple is what Kristy has created today with her “Create a beautiful neutral Easter table “. Just look at this gorgeous kitchen. Can you imagine what the table looks like? Kristy will share how you can create these darling wreaths to add to your Easter table.

boxwood wreaths around plates

Meet Sheri @savvyinthesuburbs

If you love neutrals, this is a post for you. Sheri has created the sweetest mini wreaths for her dining room chairs and barn doors. She takes you step by step to make these sweet additions for your dining room.

Easter Wreaths

Now that you have seen all these creative projects, It’s time to roll up your sleeves and make Easter appear in your home! With these 7 inspiring ideas, you can turn any space into a vibrant oasis.

Wendy Signature
pin it
7 of the best Ester ideas

Similar Posts


  1. I love your colorful Easter eggs, Wendy! Who knew there are so many ways to use spice, food, and natural plants to create bio-friendly dyes? I’m excited to check out everyone else’s blog posts too, because I know they’ll be just as amazing as their photos look!

  2. Your eggs! They turned out so pretty! And everyone has such fun ideas. Great inspo!

  3. Thanks for sharing today, Wendy! I always admire your work and love to read and share. Your naturally dyed eggs are an inspiration!

  4. Your natural dyes color are so beautiful and I love it that they are made from veggies and spices! All the other ideas are great too! So nice to find all this inspo in one place.

  5. I love your natural way to dye eggs! So good, Wendy!

    1. Thank you, Kim! They are really fun to make as you never know what you are going to get.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *