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11 Easy DIY Easter Centerpieces

eggshell flower centerpiece (via littleinspiration)

Continuing the topic of Easter décor, we’d like to tell you about some simple Easter centerpieces that you can easily make yourself even if you are not much of a crafter. The height of fashion this year is a centerpiece of empty egg shells and flowers or succulents as it’s a slight hint on the holiday and very spring-like. Paper butterflies and artificial nests would make your table very festive, and so would gilded eggs in nests. A funny jelly beans centerpiece is an ideal variant for the kids’ table, and a glitter chevron vase with eggs will do for both tables. A funny spring centerpiece can be made of big carrots and flowers in a vase, complete the décor with grass boxes with eggs. Have a look at the tutorials and get inspired!

egg-static centerpiece (via paperyandcakery)

grass and eggs centerpiece (via eclecticallyvintage)

springtime blossoms in shells (via gratefulprayerthankfulheart)

butterfly branch centerpiece (via eclecticallyvintage)

speckled and gilded eggs centerpiece (via sandandsisal)

funny marshmallow centerpiece (via allparenting)

unusual painted eggs centerpiece (via acquiringthetaste)

glitter chevron vase with eggs (via becomingmartha)

Easter carrot centerpiece (via lovegrowswild)

candy and flowers centerpiece (via sheknows)


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