Easter Kitchen Décor

Happy Monday everyone! Hope you guys had a wonderful weekend. We were pretty much snowed in on Sunday so I got a lot of projects done around the house, including getting out some decorations for Easter. Felt kind of weird decorating with flowers and bunnies with half a foot of snow on the ground, but at least it now feels like Spring indoors.

Alright, you guys ready?
Come take a tour of my Easter kitchen…

easter kitchen decorationsYou might notice that I use a couple key pieces when I decorate for each holiday, such as greenery and my pitcher vases. I just switch out flowers or little knick knacks (see my St. Patrick’s Day kitchen or Christmas kitchen). This definitely helps to keep the costs down when decorating for each season.

easter kitchen decorationsAround the sink I added some fun pops of pastels.

kitchen easter decorationsI filled my pie dish with $1 plastic eggs.

kitchen easter decorAnd my large pitcher with spring flowers and glitter eggs that I scooped up from Dollar General.

kitchen easter decorationThe little bunnies I got from Gordman’s on clearance last Spring. That’s definitely my favorite time to score some deals, right after each holiday. I usually budget myself about $25 to spend on clearance items. If you can snag deals at 80% off, totally worth it!

kitchen bunny easter decorationsThis bunny I also got on clearance last year. $2. Boom.

kitchen easter bunny decorationsI created a new printable for this Easter season, framed it and put it on my counter (I’ll share it for free tomorrow, too). I also added some white candles and eggs from Michael’s on my cake plate. Super easy décor!

easter free printable

easter spring kitchen decorationsI reused my torn scrapbook paper H from my St. Patrick’s Day kitchen. I figured it’s green and still goes, right? Then more glittery eggs because it’s really the cheapest way to decorate for Easter. All 8 of those cost $1 from Dollar General. Woot.

easter kitchen countertop decorationsI also added a little spring fun to my kitchen barstools.

easter decorations kitchenThis project only cost me $5 for all 4 chairs, but more on that later…

kitchen easter chair decorationsAnd of course I had to snag these adorable carrot hand towels from Target. They weren’t even supposed to be Easter decor, just normal everyday kitchen towels. But it totally works, right?

easter kitchen towelsSo nothing overly decorated and I didn’t even spend more than $25 on new décor, but this little burst of Easter makes my kitchen super happy! Now if only this snow would melt and the flowers were freshly cut from my garden.

easter kitchen decoration ideasCan you believe Easter is only one month away?
I have some other fun Easter projects to show you through the next two weeks.
Stay tuned!



St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Banner

If you saw my St. Patrick’s Day kitchen, you may have noticed my little shamrock banner on my metal shelving unit. This was a last minute, super easy project that cost about $7 in new supplies. Seriously.

st patricks day clover bannerSupplies needed:

  • chip art boards or wooden cutouts
  • scrapbook paper
  • foam shamrocks
  • Mod Podge
  • twine
  • scissors

st patricks day banner suppliesI actually found these chip art cutouts from Tuesday Morning of all places. It’s actually a bracket book and I scooped it up for $2. I loved the shape and knew it would make a good template for a banner.

st patricks day bannerI traced the cutouts in scrapbook paper, 4 total. I then trimmed with scissors and used a hole punch to cut the two holes in each paper to match the chip boards. Next I used Mod Podge to attach the scrapbook paper to the chip board cutouts.

st patricks day easy bannerLast step was to add the glitter shamrocks from Michael’s then feed the twine through the holes to hang!

st patricks day clover bannerSeriously a quick and easy project!

st patricks day shamrock bannerNothing too fancy, but not bad for about $7 total in new supplies.

shamrock st patricks day bannerOK, I think I’m officially done with St. Patrick’s Day decorations for this year. Well, since I’ve never really crafted and shared anything for Easter on this blog except for printables, I think I’ll go get a head start on some projects now!

shamrock st patricks day banner TUTORIAL