Sharing photos of our Easter decorations. Like I did with my Christmas decorations, I decided to just start putting stuff around, making up new ideas, rather than looking at last year's post or the year before. I know I'm kind of reinventing the wheel, but I don't want to get bored with the few decorations I have, so I'm mixing it up.
The kitchen window. The red paper tulip was a craft that E "made" at school (he wasn't there when they made it so the YMCA staff gave us an extra one they had made).
I moved this wreath here after Christmas. The framed photos and the "Love" were added for Valentine's Day, and now the eggs and bunnies have joined in for Easter.
Last year when I put up the "Hello Spring" sign, Easter was early and I think there was still snow on the ground, but this year, it's alright.
I wasn't sure what to do with the pink and blue branches this year so put them in the window so you can see them from the front porch. Maybe the mailman appreciates them!
A cozy friend and fresh spring coloured blanket
I clipped a branch from the park on our walk home from school (I even brought clippers with me) and decided this was a good spot for it. Usually the family room doesn't get any decorations so this will brighten up this corner.
One of the eggs I painted with the kids last week #sotalented
The egg garland made it to the stairs this year.
We will dye some eggs this weekend, but then eat them. I also picked up a package of plastic sleeves that can be fit over some eggs, they look like Ukrainian eggs, which is fitting for our neighbourhood. I'll let you know how those turn out next week.
What a lovely collection of Easter decorations! Your tree looks bright and fun. I'd like to see how the sleeved eggs turn out.ReplyDelete