Elaine is an avid crafter who enjoys celebrating holidays with beautiful DIY decorations and gifts.
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Decorating for Easter and the spring season does not have to be an expensive affair. The dollar store is full of adorable festive items that you can stock up on, and if you want to add your own flavor you can transform some of them in the ways described below. Check out these dollar store Easter decorations for inspiration.
You can also reuse certain items from Christmas, including your Christmas tree which can be transformed into an Easter tree!
For a beautiful springtime door decoration for your home or classroom you can use tulips and eggs from the dollar store. Use green tissue paper as a background, and add a quote of your choosing for a customized touch.
Easter Bunny Sign
Make this super cute Easter bunny sign with a dollar store pizza pan. You can spray-paint the pan white or any color you like and then hot glue on decorations such as a bunny and jute carrots. Inside the rim, a piece of rope is hot glued and a burlap ribbon adorns the top.
If you are looking for Easter wreath ideas then a bunny wreath is super cute to craft. Make a bunny wreath by purchasing a wreath form and other supplies including burlap ribbon and a dollar store bunny sign. Begin by wrapping your wreath form with the burlap ribbon—use hot glue to attach it. Then you can hot glue two carrots at the bottom.
Deco Mesh Easter Wreath
Make a colorful Easter wreath with deco mesh from the dollar store. You can combine whatever colors you like and add pretty decorations such as eggs and ribbons.
Make an Easter centerpiece by purchasing items such as bunny eggs, sticks, and faux flowers. These can then be arranged into your favorite vase with some Easter grass for a centerpiece that will decorate your home throughout spring.
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Easter egg wreaths are an ideal decoration for spring. They are budget-friendly and can be made colorful by combing many different colored eggs. Purchase a wreath form and glue on pink Easter grass and plastic eggs to recreate this idea.
Decorating with jars is always fun. You can create your own little spring scene in a jar with fake moss and figurines such as rabbits. Place them at different heights to create interest and add a candle to the display for warmth.
Transform a Christmas tree into one for Easter with decorations from a dollar store. Adorn your tree with cute eggs and use a bunny as the topper. You could also wrap chocolate eggs and put them under the tree just like Christmas gifts.
Make a springtime dessert tray by inverting a dollar store wine glass and hot-gluing a blue plate on top. It could also serve as a base for a cloche if you have a glass jar to place over it and some figurines.
Chick & Bunny Wreath
Make this adorable chick & bunny wreath for your door by hot-gluing chick and bunny eggs onto a wreath form. You can add a glittery bow at the bottom to add extra sparkle. It would also make a cute gift too—you could fill the eggs with cash or favors to make it a gift wreath.
Easter Tiered Tray
Make an Easter tiered tray by hot-gluing dollar store pizza pans to candlesticks. You can add items such as rabbit figurines, jute carrots, and a sign that says "Happy Easter." This will make a wonderful centerpiece for your home throughout spring.
Make a bunny centerpiece with deco mesh and bunny ears. You can hot glue these to an item such as an old jar to create the structure of the piece. Add glittery egg picks and plastic eggs to complete the look.
Make this Easter bouquet with supplies including a terracotta pot, floral foam, egg picks, bunny ears, deco mesh, ribbon, and faux flowers. You can paint your pot whatever color you like and then arrange your display into the floral foam accordingly.
Breathe new life into an old frame by turning it into an Easter sign. You can make carrots from orange yarn to stick on the top and use bunny cutouts and shiplap in the center. If you want to make it twinkle, why not add some fairy lights, too?
Make these egg topiaries for your Easter tablescape by hot-gluing eggs in a line to dollar store candlesticks. You could get even more creative and spray paint the piece in pastel tones.
Make this whimsical bunny planter by purchasing an oval-shaped planter from the dollar store. Place some floral foam inside then make your arrangement of faux flowers, eggs, and a peeping bunny.
Make this adorable wreath with a wreath form, colorful deco mesh ribbon and plastic eggs. You can add a sign that says "Happy Easter" on the bottom as well as two fluffy bunny heads on either side of the wreath.
Vase of Eggs
For a cheap and last-minute idea, fill a vase with a selection of patterned plastic eggs. You can add patterns with washi tape.
Easter Egg Topiary
Make a whimsical Easter egg topiary by purchasing different-sized plastic eggs. You can arrange them in a tree shape and hot glue them together. This could be placed on your porch or indoors.