I just love this fresh and fun spring centerpiece made by Jaime from That’s My Letter. She gathered up some wood scraps to create the rustic wheelbarrow and then filled it with homegrown wheat grass and marshmallow Peeps, which are just too stinkin’ cute! Jaime suggests also using the wheelbarrow to display plastic eggs, bread, […Read More]
Burlap and bunnies come together again in these festive napkin rings made by Deneen at Dreaming in Color. Deneen made them at no cost using an upcycled wrapping paper tube and burlap she already had on hand. The sweet little bunny ears bring a smile to Deneen’s face and will surely delight her guests at […Read More]
Pottery Barn Kids always has the cutest seasonal chair backers, and lucky for us crafty folks, they are not too challenging to replicate. Amanda from Living in Grace immediately recognized this fact and was inspired to create an adorable lamb and bunny chair backer for Easter. They were a labor of love, requiring hours of […Read More]
When it comes to décor, I am all about sparkle and love me some glitter. So I guess it’s no surprise that these DIY glitter Easter eggs from Debbie at Confessions of a Plate Addict are right up my alley! Debbie shares how to transform your basic plastic Easter eggs into Pottery Barn-inspired beauties, and […Read More]
Shelly of The Dolen Diaries loves Easter and couldn’t wait to get started on her first Easter project this year – silver egg stands inspired by Pottery Barn. Shelly shares the how-to at The Crafting Chicks, and it’s so easy – just some simple gluing and painting. As Shelly suggests, it would also be fun […Read More]
Ashley from 3 Little Greenwoods is back with another DIY project to set your table for Easter – without spending a fortune! Ashley was inspired by an embroidered dot table runner on a recent trip to Pottery Barn. It was the perfect combination of colorful, fun, AND elegant. Add expensive to that list since it […Read More]
Jen from Migonis Home shares a quick and easy DIY spring wreath you can still whip up before Easter. All she did was wrap a wreath form with moss and then glued on a sisal bunny from Michael’s. How darling, and I love all the texture!
Do you like the idea of creating Pottery Barn-inspired Easter décor in only five minutes? Angie of The Country Chic Cottage shows how it’s done at Darice. Angie simply applied self-adhesive stencils to ceramic eggs and colored in the design with a paint pen. The intricate details look so fancy and elegant but are super easy to create. I won’t tell if you won’t!