3 Pretty After Easter Spring Decor Ideas!

Hi friends! Happy Easter Monday! I hope you had a great weekend and spent some precious time with your loved ones, regardless if you celebrate Easter or not! Now that the bunny-fest is over, how can we keep our homes looking fresh and Spring-like, without looking like we just didn’t take down our Easter decorations? I’ve got three great decor craft ideas from Pinterest that I hope will inspire you! So let’s get to it! As always, you can click the pictures to be taken to their sources. Enjoy!

Painted Egg Mini Planters

What better way to resuse your painted Easter eggs then to grow little plants in them! Take out the hard boiled egg, add some pot soil, and you’ve got an adorable mini planter.  There’s something so renewing about the image of a small flower or plant hatching out of an egg.

Easter egg upcycle diy planter
Since your Easter eggs are already painted, these mini planters look fancy without any extra work!

Framed Spring Chalkboard

An old framed painting from the thrift store, some gold spray paint, some chalkboard paint, and you have pretty chalkboard art for your mantle or wall! The best part is that it doesn’t have to stay spring-themed, you can wipe off the chalk and change it up throughout the seasons!

diy framed chalkboard
I love the green pots that are sitting infront of it too! The whole arrangement is fresh and inviting!

Chalkboard Herb Planters

And finally, new growing plants are the epitome of what springtime is all about, and making a fresh start in your kitchen by growing your own herbs is an excellent way to welcome spring into your home.  These planters have been painted with chalkboard paint so you can write exactly what’s growing in them! And whenever you repot or change what you want to grow, the pot’s label can easily be changed as well. This is how you can use your leftover chalkboard paint from the previous idea, wink wink!

diy herb garden, diy planter,chalkboard paint
I love the distressed look on these pots as well! Painting them with chalk paint then rubbing them lightly with sandpaper can make this look. It goes excellent with the chalkboard paint!

So there you go guys, three easy ways to add some spring decor to your home without making it look Eastery. So thanks so much for stopping by, and till next time, keep creating!

-Ashley <3

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