Friday, April 3, 2015

Simple Easter Centerpieces

Need a last minute Easter centerpiece idea?
Take a look at these.
Simple, quick, and easy.
You may even have this stuff sitting around your house:
Easter grass, bags of candy, mason jars, and glass candle sticks.

 This one is a Ball jar with a small candle holder in the center which is surrounded by jelly beans.
I tied a simple piece of raffia around the opening of the jar.

Here are three small Mason jars with a bit of colored Easter grass at the bottom of the jars.
On top of the grass in each jar is an LED tea light candle.
A twine bow finishes off these cuties.

For this one, I placed an artificial nest on top of a glass holder, then placed eggs inside the nest.
This would be cute with lace-covered eggs, too!

This is a tall candle holder with raffia across the bottom
and eggs stacked up inside.
You can't get simpler than this!

This idea would be great as name card holders.
Just use Staz-On ink to stamp names onto the eggs.
Then prop the eggs on top of crystal candle holders.

Finally, how about placing a candle at the bottom of a tall candle holder,
then surrounding the candle with bunny Peeps?
Just make sure the candle is high enough above the Peeps so they don't start to melt
 when you light the candle.

Think how cute it would be to mix and match these for a very Easter-y centerpiece?

Here's a little secret: all the glassware above I purchased at a thrift store!

I hope you all have a lovely Easter!

Thanks for stopping by and God bless.

For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son,
 that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.
John 3:16

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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