Decorate your Easter Table
Create a sweet and sunny setting for Easter dinner or brunch with these fast and fun ideas. Easter is April 12, so you have some time to collect products and create projects to enjoy for the next several weeks.
This quick and easy table topper will set the scene for your Easter celebration. The table topper showcases several whimsical Easter prints so only a little sewing is required. Corner triangles in an accent color add an eye-catching design element.
Matching napkins feature the same corner design, accented with an appliquéd cut-out. Display each napkin in a mug, or encourage the kids to make napkin holders from construction paper, felt, or age-appropriate beads.
Before the big meal, decorate the table or sideboard with a
whimsical vignette featuring some of your serving pieces. Here a scalloped-edge platter serves as a backdrop for a cute cookie jar, two jelly bean-filled mugs and egg cups filled with decorated faux eggs.
What would Easter be without eggs? These cute egg cups are a sweet way to display real or faux Easter eggs. With four different designs, they add whimsical decoration to each place setting. You can also display your eggs in a basket, an egg holder, or make a faux egg bouquet for a fun centerpiece.
Decorating Easter eggs is a fun family activity. Start early by using faux eggs and a variety of crafting options for eggs that last longer than one Easter egg hunt and provide lasting memories and decorating materials for years to come. Check out our Fun Ways with Eggs for more crafting ideas.
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