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7 Creative Ideas for Upcycled Easter Decorations

Transform Common Objects into Beautiful Easter Decorations

We love to create upcycled Easter decorations! Easter è the time of renewal of life and hope that comes with spring. &Eegrave; the perfect time for upcycling! That's why we like to embrace the true meaning of the holiday and repurpose old items in the form of Easter eggs, sheep, rabbits and other Easter-themed decorations!

If you live in a condo with a sea view or in a small country house, you definitely have the resources to decorate your home with eco-friendly Easter decorations. And if you have some spare time, this è the perfect opportunity to get creative and turn unwanted items into beautiful and festive decorations.

1. Rabbit Art with Fabric Scraps

Rabbit with Fabric Scraps

This è a'super fun decoration idea that you can make with a piece of scrap wood and some extra fabric. It has a really chic and rustic touch! To make it, use a rabbit template to outline the shape of the rabbit on the wooden board. Then cut the scrap fabric into 1-2 inch thick strips and braid them. Hot glue the braided fabric to the board around the outline of the rabbit. Then fill the outline with some braided fabric.

2. Upcycled Easter Jar Exhibits

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Upcycled Easter Jars

If you like minimalist decoration, this è the option for you! Gather some glass jars or jars from your home. We're sure you have some to use; if not, you can find inexpensive, secondhand options at your local thrift store. Fill the jars with rustling paper and some dyed eggs. You can even use chocolate eggs and bunnies for an edible gift decoration!"

3. Spring Flowers in Upcycled Easter Jars

Spring Flowers in Upcycled Easter Vases

Narcissi, camellias and tulips are among the flowers that symbolize Easter. And if you are a fan of floral-themed decorations, you can make some yourself! There are numerous ways to create upcycled floral displays. We love turning unexpected things into beautiful vases. You can use rubber boots or old garden cans!

4. Newspaper Easter Eggs

Newspaper Paper Easter Eggs

Newspaper eggs are a great Easter craft to do with children. Use empty eggs or plastic eggs and decorate with newspaper and vinyl glue. We like the idea of creating little nests on upcycled jars! You can reuse dough jars and spray them with your favorite colors. Just make sure you're prepared, because spray paint can be messy and your carpet or laminate floor might be a little hard to clean up. We suggest already putting up some newspaper or spray paint outdoors.

5. Naturally Colored Eggs

Eggs Colored Naturally

Coloring eggs è probably the'most popular Easter activity. But if you are against artificial chemicals, you can always try natural dyeing. For this project, you will obviously need empty egg shells, but it gets interesting with the rest of the materials.

The best dyeing results come from red onion skins, turmeric powder, beets, hibiscus or even purple cabbage. Dry eggshells take on color easily, so for example, a tablespoon of turmeric and two tablespoons of vinegar mixed in one or two cups of water will give you a deep yellow color, a cup of grated beet juice will produce a bright pink color, and half a cup of onion peels will create a warm orange hue.

The best dye results come from red onion peels, turmeric powder, hibiscus, or even purple cabbage.

We love the idea of hanging the eggs as part of a magnificent centerpiece!"

6. Carrots with Bulbs

Carrots with Light Bulbs

What dies at Christmas and rises again at Easter? Carrot-shaped light bulbs! Save your old broken Christmas bulbs and turn them into the adorable carrot decoration! You can also turn ordinary C/F series bulbs into carrots. First, paint the bulb orange and let it dry. Then get some moss or leaves and glue them on the bulb with hot glue. Wrap some wire around the thread of the bulb and create a loop. Now you can hang them anywhere!

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7. Upcycled Easter Basket with Brown Paper

Upcycled Easter Basket with Brown Paper

Easter means baskets and eggs, so whyé not build the basket yourself? If you have some brown paper bags, you can make an Easter basket in no time! Take the brown paper bags apart and cut them into 4-inch-wide strips. Take a cardboard box you have on hand and weave the paper strips around it. Use strategic glue dots to secure them.

Finally, you can use some of the other Easter decorations you made to decorate the basket. Choose some Easter eggs, a small rabbit or some flowers and arrange them carefully. And if you really want to upcyclare the basket, you can use it after Easter to store small items in the kitchen or bathroom.

Summary of Upcycled Easter Decorations

As you can see, Easter è a great time for creativity and upcycling. All of these decorations are easy to make, reusable and inexpensive. Just take some old clothes, newspapers, and vegetable peels from last week, and you will have your house ready for Easter in no time!"

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