Life at the Cottage

Spring and Easter Accents

A Spring/Easter Arrangement

A Spring/Easter Arrangement

I thought I would share some easy Spring and Easter Ideas to brighten your homes. Generally I am not a big seasonal decorator except for Christmas but I do like to add some touches and add pops of color in the spring.


Spring/Easter Arrangement in Watering Can

An easy way to lighten up your home is to bring nature indoors with flowers, baskets, garden accents, and nests. I purchased this watering can at a yard sale and added greenery and flowers to greet visitors in the entry. Because the flowers and greenery are not real, this will last into summer. Then I simply switch out the spring flowers and add summer flowers.

A Spring/Easter Arrangement

A Spring/Easter Arrangement

Nothing says Spring and Easter like tulips, a hand full of pansies, eggs, and a rustic nests. I started with a simple twig nest and added egg sprigs and pansies around the rim. I filled the nest with colorful eggs and a small bird. A purple butterfly adds a pop of color in the back.

Of course what would Easter be without candy. I use candy to decorate because of the colorful and cheery selections. Dollar stores sell a nice assortment of inexpensive seasonal candy. Since I throw the candy away (we are sugar-free) I don’t have to find a place to store them. Adding candy to seasonal accents such as a table scape is a fun way to decorate.

Spring/ Easter Bunnies

Spring/ Easter Bunnies

So bring in your watering cans, garden accents, rustic twigs, and flowers and get creative decorating your home. Happy Spring!

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