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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!
By Becky from Clio, Michigan
Create this cute bunny vase for your Easter table from a pint jar, felt, and few other supplies.
Approximate Time: About 30 minutes.
By Rachel's Mom from Wilkesboro, NC
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