Posts tagged ‘Easter’

March 20, 2012

15 Decor Ideas Of Easter In Blue

Blue is not a typical color for Easter decorations, but why not to try? If you are not ready to use blue everywhere, you can just add some, for example, napkins, tablecloth or take blue and green tableware. Paint the eggs blue with some pattern or without; put them in nests or baskets. Of course, you can make a precious centerpiece of blue flowers, candles or eggs, or all of them together. If you have a simple dinner, you can put the food into blue baskets or containers. Blue garlands and other decorations like wreaths would add charm to your space. Happy Easter!

 
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March 20, 2012

25 Creative Ways To Decorate Easter Eggs

Eggs are almost the most important symbol of Easter, everyone tries to be original painting them. What are the simplest and the most stylish ways you can do that? Have a look. If you are good at painting – paint something spring-like on them – some flowers, stars, stripes or grass. If you are not – just dye them and glue something like grass or flowers or put on a crochet decoration. An original way to decorate the eggs is to put some flowers in them, like in vases – that looks fresh and unusual. Use your imagination and the materials you prefer to make the most creative Easter eggs.

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March 19, 2012

How To Make Paper-Napkin Decoupage Easter Eggs

Guys, Easter is close! It’s high time to think of decorations for your Easter dinner with the closest people. Painting eggs is traditional but now we have many opportunities to make them more original. For example, make napkin decoupage eggs. How to do it?  Trim loosely around the designs on a white napkin using small scissors. Separate printed top layer; discard lower sheets. Coat part of a white egg with Mod Podge using a small brush. Apply 1 cutout design to egg (or tag); smooth with brush. Let dry. Repeat, adding designs as desired. Apply Mod Podge with a medium brush to entire egg and let dry. Cool, isn’t it?

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March 12, 2012

40 Easter Table Décor Ideas To Make This Family Holiday Special

Serving the table for Easter the first thing to do is to remember that it’s spring now and fresh flowers are among the best and simplest decorations. Of course, traditional rabbits and eggs are not to be forgotten! Choose bright color schemes with green, pink, blue and gold to remind to you that it’s the most beautiful time of the year and everything soon will be in blossom. Or you may choose something more traditional like beige and pink and add some porcelain rabbits. Eggs for decoration and to it and of course baskets! Take some low baskets and put the plates right in them or make a centerpiece. Let everything be perfect on this beautiful day!

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