When it comes to decorations for Easter, sometimes one simple display is all that's needed to add that little bit of Easter atmosphere to your home.
Easter decorating is usually based on bright and colourful themes, with flowers, decorated eggs and Easter bunnies.
One of the most common displays would be an Easter basket. Using straw as a base, I've just added in a decorated bunny, surrounded with flowers I already had on hand and added some decorated eggs I bought from a discount shop.
Using a decorated paper mache bunny, surrounded with flowers and some decorated eggs, this colourful Easter basket would make a lovely Easter display in your home.
With one inexpensive bunch of flowers, some egg cups and a painted bunny, another simple display can be created, with colours to suit your theme or decor.
Easter eggs can also be part of your floral display. These polystyrene decorated eggs are put on sticks so they can join your flower arrangement.
Try doing something a little different by adding your eggs to the floral display itself.
A different floral display but the same accessories give you a totally different look. I've had the little fairies for quite some time and the jewelled dragonfly is a Christmas decoration. It was too pretty just to bring out for Christmas so I have it on display permanently.
Swapping the plain white bunny for a decoupaged bunny with spring colours changes the look of the display once again.
A tealight candle in a small crystal holder adds another dynamic,especially if you would like to highlight your display in the evening.
And for something even easier and a little more understated, you can leave the flowers out altogether and just use a decorated bunny, egg cups with decorated eggs and a simple candle.
A simple Easter display with a painted bunny, egg cups with eggs and a candle.
So remember the phrase, sometimes less is more. With just a few inexpensive flowers and decorations, you can create an Easter display that is inexpensive but still colourful and cheerful.