Hop into spring with these Easter porch décor ideas.
Saturday, April 2, 2022
Even if you aren’t sure you’re able to change your home’s energy, you can be confident that these suggestions will still give your curb appeal and entryway a boost.
Rain Boot Vase » On Sutton Place
Few things say “spring” like a beautiful bunch of blooming flowers. To take your porch décor to the next level, though, arrange them in a container that’s also inspired by the season. On Sutton Place packed flowers into rain boots, but you could also hang an upside-down umbrella on your door and fill it with your favorite blooms, or use a watering can as a planter.
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Decoupage Egg Garland » Purely Katie
Garlands aren’t just for Christmas, as Purely Katie shows us here. She decoupaged some foam eggs and attached them to store-bought greenery for this easy craft. When choosing your garland greens, though, be sure to pick something light and delicate looking instead of winter evergreens. You can then hang this along stair railings, around your door frame or on a mantel if you want to bring your spring décor inside.
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Bunny wreath » Sprinkle some fun
You probably saw a similar DIY snowman wreath back in the winter, and now Sprinkle Some Fun has the spring version – a grapevine bunny wreath with sweet little flowers and a ribbon bow to complete the look. Hang this on your front door or any wall, inside or out.
Reclaimed Wood Easter Bunny » My Recipe Confessions
Using reclaimed wood for DIY projects is always a good idea, especially if you’re looking for ways to reduce waste while also keeping your home looking great. This tutorial shows us how to make an adorable bunny out of scrap wood. It also includes a stand, so you can move it around – from your porch to the front yard, maybe peeking out from behind the bushes – and save the door for your favorite spring wreath.
Rainbow Egg Wreath » The House that Lars Built
If you’re into bright colors and less traditional wreaths, this one’s for you. Grab some crepe paper in multiple colors, papier mache eggs and a wreath frame, and you’re on your way to this customized door décor. We love the versatility of this wreath, too. The colors are entirely up to you. Plus, it’s a subtle nod to Easter, perfect if the holiday décor isn’t really your thing but you still want to be festive.
Easter Egg Topiary » Celebrate and Decorate
Topiaries and container gardens are very popular right now. They’re so easy to transition from season to season so your curb appeal is always on point. Celebrate and Decorate shows us how to make a topiary with giant eggs and artificial flowers. It’s a fun take on an otherwise traditional approach to curb appeal.
Upcycled chick planters » Parents
Who cares if the chicken or the egg came first when you have something this cute? Despite being on the smaller side for porch décor, these chicks would make the perfect addition to a patio table or windowsill that needs a little seasonal touch. Fill them with your favorite artificial flowers or something from your garden.
Wooden Yard Carrots » Instructables
Even brown thumbs can enjoy giant carrots this year! If you have some carpentry skills, we recommend this garden DIY. You don’t need a big yard or vegetable patch, either. Try tucking these into larger container gardens, along walkways or around your mailbox, too.
DIY Easter Door Mat » The 2 Seasons
Don’t forget the real estate on the ground, especially if April showers are common in your area. The 2 Seasons’ stenciled bunny door mat is simple enough you can probably recruit your kids to put their personal touch on it. The hardest part will be wiping your shoes on those adorable little cotton tails.
Easter Bunny Door » East Coast Mommy
Lastly, try decorating the door itself. Just a few paper cutouts transform this entranceway into a giant bunny that’s sure to make everyone smile. We don’t think you have to have a white door to pull this off, either. Embrace whatever color you have or pick a different critter for an entirely different look. That yellow door is just asking to be a friendly chick, coral or turquoise doors could be Peeps, or a green door could transform into a bed of grass for stick-on Easter eggs.
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