Need decorating ideas for the Easter holiday? Well here are some fun decorations that you and your family can create and enjoy within your own home. These custom made ornaments are sure elegance and life to any space that they occupy.
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Grass candles are a simplistic way to add color and variety to your home during the Easter holiday. In order to create these decorative candles you would first need to purchase light-colored pillars, nonflammable all-purpose glue stick, and blades of wheat grass or grass from outside of your home whichever works best for you. Take the glue and paste each blade of grass to the candle making sure to fold the bottom of the blades underneath the bottom of the candle. (For the best natural look, glue the blades at varying lengths and turning at different directions imitating nature’s pattern).
Easter Egg Garlands
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Put something to brighten up the mantel, staircase, table lining, and top of the door or hallway opening. An Easter egg garland would the ideal asset for accomplishing this task. To do an Easter egg garland then get three dozens eggs and drill one tiny hole on opposite sides of each egg. Once the holes have been made then blow out the yoke, then dip the empty eggs in dye and let dry after drying put the eggs on a stretchable jewelry cord. Lastly choose the placement of the garland.
Easter Egg and Carnation Centerpiece
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Easter egg and carnation nesting center pieces would be a great accessory for the whole dining table presentation. Hard boil the eggs and dye them (different colors and designs if you like) then purchase some carnations a dozen should be good (you can use other flowers if you like) and cut the buds off and place the buds in a circular pattern on the dish. Next, take the dyed hard boiled eggs and set them in the center of the circle and there you have your centerpiece.
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Egg planters, these miniature floral arrangements are great for little pops of color and freshness around the table. First, begin with cracking the egg at the top and carefully cleaning it out with water. After rinsing out the egg shell then fill the bottom layer with water and a scoop of dirt then take small cuts of your favorite flowers and place them within the egg (while doing this process set the egg shells in the carton for stability). When everything has been set in place if you have small egg shaped dishes to put the eggs in that would be fantastic and you could place the planters in them if not then just leave the arrangements in the carton and place them wherever you would like.
Great ways to decorate your home for Easter. Try them out and see how they work for you!
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