Eggs are usually hidden for Easter Egg Hunts, but they are also excellent for adding color and variety to your spring décor. From a sophisticated tabletop decor to a colorful Easter tree, here are five creative ways to spruce up your home with eggs.
Rustic Wreath with Colorful Egg Ornaments
I can’t think of a better way to welcome guests to your home than with festive spring wreath. Think “colorful bird’s nest” when coming up with a DIY wreath for your front porch. Choose a woodsy outdoor wreath without any trims, so you can easily add faux wooden eggs all over. I love the muted greens and blues used in this wreath—they remind me of a robin’s nest and pair well with a burlap ribbon. But, definitely choose whatever spring colors coordinate with your front door.
Potted Easter Tree with Salt Dough Eggs
This easy homemade project is something you and your kids can enjoy. If you’ve ever worked with salt dough, you know how easy it is to make these flat Easter egg ornaments. After baking the dough, simply paint them with spray or acrylic paint and add your own designs using a paint pen. Salt dough is also tough, so you can use them year after year! You can find everything you need for this fun project from Design Mom here.
Bird’s Nest Table Setting
This bird’s nest table setting from Martha Stewart is a great way to spruce up your spring dining table with minimal fuss. On top of a plate and table napkin, place a handful of brown paper grass and fashion them like a bird’s nest. Place three or four candy-eggs on top and voila, you’re done! These are so easy to do, making them perfect for last-minute Easter parties! Learn more about this simple Easter table setting here.
Ombre Eggs Tabletop Décor
Who knew that eggs can be sophisticated and modern? Stack dyed eggs in clear glass jars to add color to a mantel or tabletop. They’re very simple and perfect for a minimal spring setup. Here’s a quick tutorial on how to make your own DIY ombre eggs from Felt & Honey.
Shabby Chic Easter Eggs
This shabby chic Easter eggs from Design, Dining, and Diapers is made from plastic Easter eggs and materials you can find in any craft and dollar store. Use hot glue to wrap the cheap eggs with jute. Once completely covered, add lace, ribbons, buttons, and other vintage embellishments of your choice. You can use these eggs as add-ons to your other spring décor or create your own tabletop décor by placing them in a ceramic bowl. Find everything you need for this project here.
Add color and variety to your spring home with these five creative egg decorating ideas. What are your favorite ways to use eggs to decorate your home for Easter or spring? Share them in the comments section below!