Spring Garden DIY Easter Centerpiece!

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Hi everyone!  Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by!  It's so fun to be a part of this Easter inspired blog hop hosted by the lovely Annie from Zevy Joy!  Be sure to check out the entire group of participants at the bottom of this post!

One of my favourite things about spring is seeing spring flowers slowly beginning to pop up in the garden.  I also love seeing crocus sprouting in the grass, and that vision inspired me to create a centrepiece!

Here's what you'll need to create your very own spring garden centrepiece:

gold spray paint (or any colour, really!)
faux eggs (picked up from craft store)
fake flowers
floral foam

To create the look, I cut the floral foam so that it sat securely in the base of the container.  I then covered the floral foam with the moss (one bag was enough for the size of this container.

I chose to use wire cutter to break apart the plastic flowers.  This way, I could create more of an organic look and play with the height of each flower.

For the eggs, I took them outside and sprayed them while they were sitting in an empty paper egg crate.  Small bursts worked best for me, they allowed me to create a bit more of a speckled look.  I think next time I may cover them in a little more spray paint so that there isn't as much white showing.

Once you have your flowers in place, you can scatter your eggs throughout and around the flowers.  To me, this mimics an outdoor Easter egg hunt on a beautiful spring day!

I think what I love most about this DIY (other than how quick & easy it is!) is that you can totally customize it to coordinate with your tablescape.  Choose the colour of flowers and spray paint that works best for you!  You could spray paint a handful of eggs and scatter them along the table for an added touch!

If you're looking for some brilliant and inspiring Easter decor inspiration, then be sure to check out the incredible tutorials below!

Kid's Easter Table by Summer Adams How To Dye Eggs With Food Coloring by TIDBITS | Easter Wreath by Shades of Blue Interiors | Easter Egg Decorating Idea - Mini Floral Bunny Ears by A Burst of Beautiful | DIY Easter Sign - Hello Peeps by My Sweet Savannah DIY Bunny Napkin Rings by Craftberry Bush | A Kindred Easter with Kindred Vintage & Co. | DIY Metallic Easter Eggs with Maison de Pax | Spring Garden DIY Easter Centerpiece by Elliven Studio Bunny Ears Bags and Free Printable by Ella Claire | Free Printable Easter Cards by Boxwood Avenue | Simple Modern Easter Tablescape by Cherished Bliss | DIY Vintage 'Happy Easter' Eggs by So Much Better With Age Printable Watercolor Easter Banner by Nina Hendrick Design Co. | DIY Bunny Garden Easter Basket by Zevy Joy | Easter Cake - Paleo Coconut Pineapple Cake with Topper by Nesting With Grace | Moss Wrapped Candle by Design, Dining and Diapers




  1. Julie how gorgeous! This was so clever and pretty for the season... I love the eggs nestled amongst the pretty details. Thank you so much for joining!

  2. What a great idea! I love that bowl. Such a beautiful centrepiece.
    Hugs, Jamie

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