Easter egg tree decor and more

You will never believe how I created this Easter egg tree and what I used. This egg tree was super easy to create and it completed all my Easter decor around the house for the season. Come see how I made this.

I used birch tree branches from my Christmas decorations for this Easter egg tree! It’s great to repurpose things from one holiday to another. You get more bang for your buck and it alleviates storage for seasonal decor.

I used a champagne bucket with a floral foam block to secure the birch branches inside. Spanish moss decorates the crown of the bucket, hiding the floral foam, while glitter eggs adorn the branches. I bought these eggs years and years and years ago. It’s been so long, it’s hard to remember where or when. I know I bought them because of the color palette, and the box has a 75% off sticker on them. Score! I use them year after year in different ways because the colors are.all.me.

On the bed of Spanish moss I laid some hand painted eggs I got a bazillion years ago. These eggs I do remember exactly where I bought. I got these at the Javitz Center in NYC @ the gift show with my mother-in-law before she was my MIL. We were actually shopping for my wedding, but for whatever reason I purchased these eggs. Obviously they spoke to me. We will celebrate 25 years of marriage next month so that puts the timeline in perspective.

I believe I originally bought these eggs for our Christmas tree, but honestly I can’t even remember it’s been so long. A sweet little silver basket sits alongside also adorned with said eggs. If you don’t know already, I have a slight addiction to silver plate and pick up pieces all the time while thrifting; more on that here {metals I – silverplate}.

The entire sweet, Spring vignette is corralled on a round wooden tray, which sits on our living room coffee table. The Easter egg tree is accompanied with fresh blooms, birds, nests and a beautiful mini vintage French bible.

We have so many fresh flowers around the house right now. As many of you know my daughter is a senior in high school and will be graduating this year. Lexi and I have been part of one of the local chapters of the National Charity League and she just completed 6 years of service. We had the ceremony celebration recently and we came home with a ton of flowers from the event.

I have sprinkled the flowers all around the house, including the green hydrangeas in the vintage crock here and the white roses in the Tiffany & Co. crystal bowl. The crystal basketweave bowl was either an engagement or a wedding gift.

We still aren’t sure what we are exactly doing for Easter yet. My son will be at college and my cousin is traveling, which only leaves me, the hubby and Lexi. I am thinking brunch reservations somewhere will suffice this year. What are your plans for Easter?

Since I won’t be setting an Easter table this year {which saddens me more than you know}, I created this Easter tablescape to share with everyone here.

faux chocolate Easter bunnies tablescape – Target dollar spot hack

The Easter crafts this year included the paper napkin decoupaged eggs with all the step by steps instructions.

how to decoupage Easter eggs

We also used grapevine carrots to create the vintage frame wreath, which included a decor vignette for the dining room.

rustic Easter carrots wreath frame

I love how this frame has transformed throughout the year, remaining festive for each season and holiday.

My go to instant decor boost for any theme, holiday or season is always the living room mantel. By decorating the mantel it immediately gives our home the right vibes.

rustic Easter decor idea

The outside of the house also got some Easter love.

I have one last Easter project coming your way on Tuesday for the Easter on a tray blog tour hosted by Katherine @ Katherine’s Corner. Here’s a sneak peek. Make sure to check back on Tuesday to see my tray plus 12 other talented bloggers.

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“Easter is the demonstration of God that life is essentially spiritual and timeless.”

Charles M. Crowe

sharing @ Between Naps on the Porch Metamorphosis Monday


  1. Love all these great Easter ideas

    1. Thanks so much Meagan. I love the visit and so appreciate the sweet comment. XO- MJ

  2. Love your Easter tree centerpiece! And those woven carrots – swoon! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm and Happy Easter! xo Kathleen

    1. Thanks so much Kathleen! XO- MJ

  3. Denise/My Home of All Seasons says:

    I love all your Easter decorations MaryJo, especially that adorable tree! Thanks so much for sharing with us. Happy Easter to you and your family!

    1. Thanks so much Denise. XO- MJ

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