I don't have a lot of Easter decorations so I decided to group them all in the dining room since that's where we'll be having Easter dinner.
I made this plastic Easter egg garland from the eggs we used to hang outside. I wish I had a picture! It looks so cute to have a real tree filled with dangling eggs! Some of you probably still do this.
It was pretty easy to make. Just make sure your eggs have holes on both ends otherwise you'll have to drill holes! That would be way too much trouble for me. I think a bag of plastic eggs with holes are about 75 cents at Target. I used a needle to help thread the invisible nylon thread I used through the holes. I put a dot of hot glue on the first and last egg's holes to keep the thread from moving. The bows are hot glued to the tacks I used to hold the garland.
I had everything put out the way I wanted it and decided that the white of the buffet was too stark so I had to take everything off. I tried several different things and decided on some Easter grass. Then I had to put everything back!
This is a Bethany Lowe bunny below that I bought a couple of years ago at Tuesday Morning. Do you know, I haven't been in that store for at least a year!
He used to be a blue bunny but I spray painted him with some left over apple green paint. The blue wasn't working for me!
I love the Easter bottlebrush trees! The mercury glass egg is a ornament that I got at Pier One