Today I’m sharing how to make a quick and easy DIY Easter centerpiece.
In my last post, I shared how to create a unique spring centerpiece. I really enjoyed creating that centerpiece. It left me craving more DIY spring decor! I placed that centerpiece on the living room table so now I decided I would create something for my kitchen table.
I searched Pinterest for some inspiration and came across tons of centerpiece ideas using plastic Easter eggs. I’ve never used those plastic eggs for anything other than Easter baskets for my nieces.
How did I not know about this genius, inexpensive and easy way to decorate?!?
Anyway, I started searching through my home to see how I can create a centerpiece of my own using plastic Easter eggs. I didn’t want to just copycat someone else’s idea off of Pinterest. That would just be wrong.
So, after a bit of search for what items I could use (I love decorating with items I already own!) I came across a few blue faux hydrangeas I had in my bedroom and some plastic cups in the kitchen and sure enough, I knew exactly what to do.
Here we go…
A super quick and easy DIY Easter centerpiece!
Here are all the supplies you will need:
4 clear plastic cups I’m using solo brand 9 oz cups from Walmart but you can also find similar cups at the dollar store
Plastic Easter eggs, preferably of different sizes and textures (I had a few large and medium eggs left over from previous years and I purchased a bag of mini eggs covered with glitter from the dollar tree)
Faux Flowers with small flowers and/or roses that you can pull off. I’m using blue and white flowers but any color will do.
FYI: the mini eggs I purchase from the dollar tree had a short string connected to them for hanging. I just yanked the string out of each egg. So if you find these eggs be sure to grab them and don’t worry, the string will come right out!
1. Start by lining up the plastic cups side by side on your table:
2. Drop your Easter eggs into the cups. I placed one large egg first, followed by a medium egg. Then I placed two small eggs next to the medium egg:
Do you see the Easter cuteness coming together!
3. Pull off your small flowers. I used 3 flowers per cup:
4. Place your flowers on top of the eggs:
Is anyone else getting a fun Hawaiian vibe here?
And that’s it!
You now have a very sweet, quick and easy DIY Easter centerpiece to display in your home!
Who else has a high chair right by their kitchen table? lol
Ok, I’ll stop now. But don’t these little cups just put a smile on your face!
Ok seriously I’m done now 🙂🙃
Thanks for stopping by my blog!
I hope you enjoyed this and decide to try it out in your home too.