StyleFile #28: Easy Easter Decorating

As a busy mom, I’m all for the words- fast and easy decorating. But it’s also nice to add colorful, fun and great looking. In the recent issue of Family Circle, I was pleasantly surprised by their article on Easter decorating. I was able to check off every word on my list!


Instead of pastels, Family Circle chose a more vibrant color scheme- fuschia, blue, lime green, yellow and lots of white. They did a white table cloth with doubled two-inch wide ribbons, white bowls with colored eggs, and bright pink plates.


I love this idea- yellow daffodils, white narcissus and pink tulips cut short and placed in white Japanese teacups.


An alternative to the paper chain-here it’s ribbon cut into strips and secured with double sided tape. Hang from a fireplace mantle, window, or door opening. The rabbit is from Smith and Hawken.


White card stock, colored paper and the pattern (available in the magazine) are all you need to create these fun eggs!


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