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I Can't Believe It's Etsy: Easter Decor Done Right

Apr 4 2014 - 11:15am

This Easter, I'm resisting the urge to overindulge in pastels and am looking to neutrals, natural materials, and modern silhouettes to serve as the foundation for my decor. Of course, pastels will still be present — it is Easter, after all — but they'll only sneak in by way of smaller accents. While some of these picks are unabashedly on the cutesy side, they have just the right amount of sophistication to win over adults, as well.

Inspired by Spring, this tulip wreath [1] ($75) is made from silk flowers but looks surprisingly real.

If you need a cute cap to keep your eggs warm, then feast your eyes on this Betty Bunny Egg Cosy [2] ($16) — guaranteed to melt hearts.

Even if you can't spend the holiday with loved ones, you can still make them smile with this Easter card [3] ($5).

You can either hang this bunny banner [4] ($14) over a brunch table or outside to adorn an Easter egg hunt.

These porcelain egg planters [5] ($17 for two) give a hint of an Easter theme but are clean enough to display year-round.

Serving something sweet? Arrange these edible butterflies [6] ($13 for a set of $15) on a homemade cake or individually on cupcakes to add a garden-inspired wow factor.

Sweet enough to use for Easter but simple enough to keep out all year, this ceramic bunny dish [7] ($18) can transition from a candy dish for Easter to a catch-all for rings and delicate jewelry.

Whether you're using it to hang streamers or create a Spring-inspired DIY [8], this pastel washi tape [9] ($3 each) is a seasonal must.

If pastel-dyed eggs aren't your bag, go the natural route with these faux eggs [10] ($16 for a set of nine). Place a bell jar on top and it's rustic elegance at its best!


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