Easter Decorations (Tuesday Tutorials)

Spring has sprung and the grass has ris'!

A rhyme my dad used to recite to me as a child and this weekend has definitely seen nature reawaken from a deep slumber. Once Spring is on its way, Easter follows closely behind and for this week's Tuesday Tutorials, I've chosen some great examples of decorations to embrace the Easter weekend.

We've been busy decorating eggs for our Ostereierbaum this weekend. This German tradition of decorating bushes and trees with Easter eggs is so sweet and really helps to welcome nature from her deep sleep!

6 Easy Easter Decorations

There were some great bunting ideas last week linked up to Tuesday Tutorials, I particularly like the pompom-tailed bunny garland and the puffy paint used on this egg garland, I'll be adding that to our own stash of Easter bunting. I absolutely love the simplicity of this tissue paper wreath, it's a simple activity with maximum results. My final choice was these very cute eggbox full of chalkboard eggs, such a different and very creative decoration.

Please go and check out the round-ups from the other Tuesday Tutorial hosts; ET Speaks From Home, Crafts On Sea and Hodge Podge Craft.

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