A few simple decor changes will get your home ready for Easter. Just remember it doesn't have to be complicated, crazy or cluttered. You can achieve simple Easter decor easily!
I picked up this large cage from Home Goods in the clearance section for under $20 and most times it's empty, sitting in a corner. This year, I decided to put a few bunnies (that I got on clearance last year AFTER Easter) in the cage as decoration.
Instead of just setting the bunnies directly onto the floor of the cage (I figured they'd get lost among the eggs), I wrapped an empty box in brown paper and laid some green moss on top randomly, that I had left over from another project. We always have gobs of plastic eggs, so I asked my five year old to pick out the pastel ones and then lay them around the bunnies. I think he did a great job!
Sweet bunnies all nestled in their new home.
The painted egg banner was one my kids made a few years ago, you can see the original post HERE, I just pulled it out of our Easter box and hung it up, still looks as good as the day they finished painting it!
The Easter print, I believe I scored online for $2.99, the frame I had and it was already painted green...score! A simple wire basket with a few large ostrich eggs and a clearanced bunny from last year.
I couldn't pass up the white wooden bunny garland, in the Target $ section this year for only $3. Also the golden bunny sign $3, not sure when the $1 section turned into a $3 section. I never did find one of the green moss bunnies everyone
and their Mother seemed to score at Target but it's okay because I'm partial to wooden bunnies, they are less likely to break in moves. The rest of the mantle decor I already had, just rearranged a bit for Easter.