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I wanted to create a nice centerpiece for spring. I stopped in Walmart and found these lovely little pots of tulips, narcissus, and hyacinths for only 98 cents each. I chose one of each, plunked them into a pretty Easter basket I had and voila, a lovely spring centerpiece!
It would make a nice gift when visiting as well and looks much more expensive than about $4, including the basket!
Use colored feathers for your Easter centerpieces. Feathers and eggs go great with Easter. Check out the wreath I made.
By Barb from Summerhill, Pa.
Simply add your plastic eggs into a clear vase and then add a bunch of store bought flowers! You may include pussy willows if available. Simple but pretty!
Easter decoration center piece for my table.
Create this cute bunny vase for your Easter table from a pint jar, felt, and few other supplies.
At Easter when cutting fresh white flowers from the garden, I put food coloring in the vase of water. I get beautiful pastel flowers. Kids also enjoy doing this.
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Here is a frugal but elegant way to decorate using plastic Easter eggs -- place them in a glass jar and weave a ribbon through. I already had these items in my house and didn't have to spend any money to make a cute centerpiece.
By Carrie from Yakima, WA