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DIY Easter – Décor, Blooms and Printables

As part of my Easter décor, I am creating vignettes combined with beautiful delicate blooms and some gilded Easter eggs. The combination of elements together makes for a pretty visual around the home celebrating the festivities.

Easter Décor Blooms and Frame

I bought a blossom sprig from a florist and added my own paper blooms in between them to make a pretty visual. I like combining paper with other elements for a truly unique look.

As part of the look, I also designed a pretty Easter wreath that you can download and print for free as part of your home décor. I added mine to a simple sale frame bought from Mr Price – I keep on recycling my frame with different printables around my home.
*To download the printable, click on the image hereunder to enlarge it, then right click and select ‘Save image as..’
Easter Décor Blooms - Printable in Frame

Making my flowers were so easy…

  • Step 1

    Freehand cut some circles out of pattered paper. You can use a circle punch as well or even a die-cut.

  • Easter Décor Blooms - Step 1

  • Step 2

    Cut a swirl into the circles. I just eyeball them and cut them freehand.

  • Easter Décor Blooms - Step 2

  • Step 3

    Use a quilling tool and start rolling your flower from the outside inward to the inside.

  • Easter Décor Blooms - Step 3

  • Step 4

    Adhere your paper blooms to the blossom twig using a hot glue gun. Careful not to burn your fingers while adhering them.

  • Easter Décor Blooms - Step 4

  • Step 5

    For my Easter printable poster, I printed it onto an A4 sheet of textured cardstock, then matted with a white mattboard and inserted it into the frame.

Easter Décor Blooms - Pink Mary

I displayed my framed poster with my handmade bloom and blossom twig in a simple vase and some of my gold glittered and gold leaved Easter eggs.

 

So quick and easy to make your own Easter décor blooms and perfect for displays around the home.

 


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Jowilna Nolte

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