Tuesday, March 29

Easter Topiaries

It's time to start decorating for Easter. Yay! Bright colors.... springy themes. I'm so ready for some color and warmth after a long, cold winter.

And topiaries are a great way to start. They are easy to make and can be used all around the house from your mantle, to buffet tables and even in bathrooms. Take a look at some cute ideas I found around the web.


She's Kinda Crafty has a cute idea for an ribbon topiary using an egg-shaped
paper mache form. I just love her creations.


And this one is adorable, too, from Creek Water Mommies.... an Easter ribbon tree.



Love, Laughter and Decor has a fabulous tutorial for this moss covered Easter egg topiary.




And these beautiful moss covered topiaries are from The Creativity Exchange . Made from posterboard forms, these are a simple solution to those expensive moss creations we see in all the stores these days. Posterboard! I love it!



Twigglebox has some sweet tissue paper, egg-shaped topiaries with a tutorial.



And how about this adorable set of jelly bean topiaries from My Garden of Eden?



A gumdrop topiary from She Knows is a pretty simple candy themed topiary, too.




How cute would it look next to this sweet gumdrop wreath from Huckleberry Prairie?

I hope these ideas bring you lots of inspiration for your own Easter decorating!

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8 comments:

Kristin said...

Thanks for showing these beautiful Easter decorations and getting us in the decorating spirit!

Frog Prince Paperie said...

Great collection of inspirational ideas!

Jodie said...

So many wonderful ideas!

Thank you so much for featuring my topiary! What a fantastic surprise!

Warm Wishes,
Jodie

My Garden of Eden said...

Hey! Thank you for the feature! What a nice surprise!!

Abbi

Stacy @ She's {kinda} Crafty said...

Thank you so much for featuring my Egg Shaped Topiary! Love your site!!

JC's Loft said...

Totally inspired...I love looking at cute decor for Holidays : )

Paula

Karan said...

What wonderful ideas. Love each and every one of them. Gave me a few new blogs to explore also.

Bellenza Wedding Bistro said...

Very inspiring! Really lovely projects :)