An Easy Easter Centerpiece with Basic Supplies!

Hi Friends! Today I will show you how to make this pretty Easter decoration using basic crafting supplies:

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Supplies:

Time needed: 1.5 hours plus drying time

Directions:

  1. Paint a tin can (mine was from spaghetti sauce) with aqua acrylic paint. Let dry.
  2. Coat Styrofoam eggs with tacky glue and wrap with pastel colored yarn. Let dry.
  3. Wrap doilies around can (trimming the bottom flat) and secure with glue.
  4. Wrap can with ribbons and adhere. Tie a bow at the tip pf the can.
  5. Fill the can with sand or marbles so it does not tip over.
  6. Use scissors the fringe strips of green paper and place them in the can.
  7. Push bamboo skewers into the eggs and arrange in the can.
  8. Tie a bow on the tallest egg skewer to decorate.

I hope you enjoyed this project sponsored by Offray.com, please visit their website for more seasonal project ideas and inspiration. Til next time happy crafting!

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15 Responses

  1. This is so pretty and I love that it is quite easy to accomplish! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  2. Hi Lindsay 🙂
    What a lovely Easter centerpiece! Thanks for sharing!
    Best wishes.

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  3. Very pretty.

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  4. I love this, perfect timing for the easter break, i can get my grandchildren doing this as a gift for their parents, tfs xx

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  5. Seems easy enough, Turns out very nicely. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Fabulous! Very simple, great looking centerpiece for Easter table. I think I have everything I need for this except the skewers. I can pick that up at the store! Thank you for the idea!

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  7. Thumbs up! Great idea!

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  8. Great idea for Easter. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Simply amazing! 😀

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  10. Great little project, so pretty xx Wendy

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  11. This looks amazing!! It gives me some ideas for my Goddaughter’s baptism. Thank you so much!!

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  12. Hi my love Lindsay, oh my goodness, I love this!! I just have a huge ceramic bunny and a milk glass mixing bowl full of plastic eggs on my table….lol Thank you for all you do for us. Love ya’ Patricia B

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  13. Reblogged this on fashionornaments and commented:
    They are so cute, you have inspired me to start to make yarn eggs for easter. I can’t wait to try these. Thank you!

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  14. This center piece is very nice, love these colors together !

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