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Easter Centerpiece Ideas

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Create a festive Easter table with the addition of a seasonal centerpiece. This is a guide about Easter centerpiece ideas.


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By 6 found this helpful
April 17, 2014

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!

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By 1 found this helpful
April 12, 2006

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.


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By 4 found this helpful
March 24, 2015

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!


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By 2 found this helpful
April 18, 2011

Easter decoration center piece for my table.

By Becky from Clio, Michigan

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March 4, 2009

Create this cute bunny vase for your Easter table from a pint jar, felt, and few other supplies.

Approximate Time: About 30 minutes.




  1. Draw a bunny head, including the neck onto a piece of thin cardboard or poster board; cut out the design. Using this as a template, trace around the head onto a piece of white felt; cut out.
  2. Glue felt head to cardboard template and set aside.
  3. For arms, draw a football shape onto cardboard that measures approximately 4 1/2 inches wide by 11 inches long; cut out. Using this as a template, trace around arms onto a piece of white felt; cut out.
  4. Glue felt arms around jar; they will overlap slightly in front.
  5. Draw an inner ear onto piece of cardboard; cut out. Using this as a template, trace around inner ear onto pink felt twice; cut out both pieces and glue to inside of bunny's ears.
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  7. Glue on wiggly eyes, chenille stem whiskers, and pom pom nose.
  8. Use black marker to draw on the paws and to draw on a mouth.
  9. Glue the neck of the bunny inside the jar to hold in place.
  10. Glue white cotton ball at the bottom center on back of the jar for the tail.
  11. Fill the jar with fresh or artificial flowers.

By Rachel's Mom from Wilkesboro, NC

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March 2, 20050 found this helpful

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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April 18, 20110 found this helpful

Frugal Easter Centerpiece
Frugal Easter Centerpiece

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

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