Easter is a time of renewal and joy, of new beginnings and refreshment. Easter is a time of deep reflection and tradition. When we think of Easter, we think of celebrating with yummy foods and having close relatives over to share a meal. We think of making new memories, pastel colors, and assorted candies and decorations that can be seen for miles. Below are a few clever egg decorating ideas to help you have a "hoppy" Easter.
Speckled jars are easy to decorate and a must-have around the house at Easter. Decorate mason jars with pastel colors and be sure to add in some fake grass as a finishing touch!
A cute idea - hatching hard boiled eggs. This is so easy to do, you guys! All you need is a few boiled eggs and carrots to make it look like hatching chicks.
Looking to brighten up your home? Then you have to make a rainbow bunny Peeps wreath. Use toothpicks to pin Peeps down to a styrofoam wreath and just like that, you have the best looking house on the block!
Moss-covered easter eggs are another great DIY idea! Take a plastic easter egg, cover it in moss and wrap some twine around it. A beautiful and easy to make decoration.
Now, we all love dying easter eggs, but I think it’s time we mix things up a bit and try making paper napkin eggs. Unfold a paper napkin and cut it into ½-inch-wide strips. Use Mod Podge and a small paintbrush for best results.
Any succulent lovers? Try egg shell planters. These planters make magnificent centerpieces! All you need is a little bit of soil and a few succulents.
We especially love how Love and Lion used our Cheeky plates in their DIY kids’ table setting for Easter brunch.
For more DIY Easter ideas, visit our Pinterest board!
Whether you're hosting an Easter dinner or simply attending Easter brunch, you'll need some color and fun design in your life! Remember to pick up Cheeky at Target. When you buy a Cheeky pack, we'll donate a meal. Cheeky makes mealtime matter with our partnership with Feeding America.