Natural, Resourceful Easter Décor and Activities

Things are growing again. The earth is adorned in fresh blooms, and it’s hard to not feel brand new. There’s just something different in the air. With it comes the excitement of Easter. Celebrate in style!

We’re trying some cost efficient, resourceful ideas to spruce up your spring time!

Natural Easter Egg Dyes

Mix the items below with 1 tablespoon of vinegar and steep eggs for about 30 minutes. Less time will give you more muted color and steeping longer will give you darker shades.

Amounts vary. Check out this site for natural ingredient measurement ideas.

  • Beets
  • Onions
  • Turmeric
  • Cabbage
  • Coffee
  • Teas

Homemade Bird’s Nest

Try making your own bird’s nest from things found in nature like: Twigs, moss, greenery. This is great for kids to learn about animals as well as what makes up true bird’s nests. Plus, you can have something beautiful and perfectly fitting for spring. Try this resource to make your own bird’s nest.

Build a birdhouse

Bird houses make an awesome wood project for kids. It teaches them how to measure and they get to see birds interact with it. There are so many ways to fashion your own and many stores give workshops. Teach your kids to enjoy nature. Get started with these free birdhouse plans.

Bunny cutout

Draw a simple bunny outline on paper and cut it out. Use it to make your own vinyl piece, trace it on a glass and paint it, or draw it on stationary to make your own cards. The possibilities are endless! Kids can do their own as well!

Sweet treats

There are tons of ideas when it comes to sweet Easter treats! Here are some tasty treats to get you started! The kids will be begging to help in the kitchen!

Celebrate Spring!

We hope you have an amazing Easter and a great spring! Please send us your ideas or suggestions at Happy Easter from all of us!