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11 Quick And Easy Easter Decorating Ideas That Won’t Take Any Time (But Will Impress)

Check out these easy and creative ideas!

Before you know it, spring will have officially sprung and the Easter Bunny will be making his rounds. It’ll be time to celebrate the season and all of the traditions that go along with this holiday including pastels, flowers, Easter egg hunts and of course, adorable bunnies.

If you’re having people over on Easter Sunday, but don’t have a lot of time to prepare the decorations, the food and hide the eggs— well, don’t worry.

These Easter décor ideas are super simple and can be whipped up quickly before your guests arrive. You can also turn these into something fun to do with the kids on Easter, if you’re looking for a fun activity.

So, feel free to incorporate these decorations however you’d like. Whether you make them a group effort or not, these adorable ideas will have your home looking festive in no time!

1. Jelly Bean Carrot

This is not only fun and festive— it’s edible. And it doesn’t get much better than that, if you ask me. Treat your guests by setting out jelly-bean filled carrots as decorations and, you know, snacks. Follow this tutorial.

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Martha Stewart

2. Eggshell Flower Arrangements

If you’re really careful, eggshells can become a beautifully simple and delicate part of your décor. Follow this tutorial.

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Martha Stewart

3. Eggshell Candles

If you’re getting pretty good at cracking your eggs carefully, why not fill those shells with colorful wax and have little eggshell candles all over your home? How precious! Follow this tutorial.

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Martha Stewart

4. DIY Baskets

Get crafty and put that leftover egg carton to good use by DIYing an Easter basket for the little ones to fill with goodies. Follow this tutorial.

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Martha Stewart

5. Bunny Garland

It just doesn’t get cuter than a little cotton tail bunny, does it? Absolutely not. So, hang this garland in each and every one of your doorways, would you? Follow this tutorial.

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6. Candy-Filled Centerpiece

You’re sure to be buying a ton of Easter candy, so why not use some of it as decoration? But, be sure to leave a piece or two out for you to enjoy, too! Follow this tutorial.

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Two Sisters Crafting

7. Paint Chip Easter Egg Garland

Using paint chips as decoration is not only easy— it’s free! So, get to cutting these into egg-shapes, already. Follow this tutorial.

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Modern Parents Messy Kids

8. Carrot Treat Boxes

This is a great way to get the kiddos involved on Easter Sunday. Have them create little carrot-shaped boxes to hold their candies. Get a free printable and follow the tutorial here.

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Ella Claire

9. Glitter Eggs

If you want to take your Easter egg-dying to the next level (or skip the dying part all together, even)— break out the glitter. Follow this tutorial.

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10. Easter Bunny Flower Pot

If you’re only wanting to do one simple thing to decorate, this needs to be it. It’s seriously too cute to pass up. Follow this tutorial.

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Diva of DIY

11. Tulip Place Setting

This place setting is simple and sophisticated. It’s the perfect touch for a grown-up Easter celebration. Follow this tutorial.

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These simple Easter décor ideas will have you embracing springtime in no time at all. I’ll take any excuse I can to eat chocolate, so pass me the scissors and a chocolate bunny. I’m ready to get crafty for Easter, aren’t you?

[h/t: Martha Stewart]