Happy Friday guy’s, wow this is a rare treat. I’m usually not posting on Fridays, but the Mood Board post took a little longer than expected to prepare. So that brings me here. I couldn’t pass up the chance to share my Easter décor with you guys. Can you believe it’s quickly approaching? I have so much to check off my list in the next two weeks: Easter outfits, fun baskets, cool eggs. But one thing I can go ahead and scratch off is all my fun Easter décor pieces. So who wants to take a quick Easter Décor Home Tour with me!?
Here we go, I’ll share how I’ve decorated on a budget (as always.)
One of my favorite Banner DIY’s was this Easter burlap banner. I created a stencil through a simple Microsoft program, cut out each letter and used a sponge to paint each pendant. I then hot glued twine to string it together. The little bunnies on the end each received a cotton tail. Burlap banners make for a great focal piece on any mantle or shelf.
Another fun and frugal way to decorate can be seen here. That cute little bunny was a lucky flea market find. It’s also fun to add flowers to any table. I’m a killer of plants, so faux all the way. I found these faux lavender pieces at Hobby Lobby for half off. Two bucks yall.
Springtime is all about the flowers. I continued with these tulips in the flour jar. Like what I did there? Flowers in the flour jar. But what this space is all about are the Easter books on display. If your kids have Peter Rabbit books, snag them and display them on your shelf. The Two From Galilee and Three From Galilee are some of my favorite books about the life of Jesus. He is THE reason why we as a family celebrate Easter, so I’ve got to have him represented here.
These are three fun and frugal ways to spruce up your own home in time for Easter. Now head over to Instagram land and watch for this weekends warrior projects. I tackle a project each weekend that is featured in InstaStories. But guy’s, these Stories are only up for 24 hours, so don’t miss out. I’ve got some fun farmhouse hacks up my sleeve for this weekend. See you over there.