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Easter Holiday Decor & Tablescape

Phew, Easter weekend has come and gone like a whirlwind. Since moving into our new house in December, a lot of our family still hadn’t had a chance to come and take a peek. We so kindly offered to have it at our place, and I’m so glad we did. I’m still struggling over here, and its only Tuesday. Perhaps Grandma’s Deviled Eggs resulted in a food coma? Very likely.

Anyone that knows me well, knows how I love to craft. I’m definitely a kid at heart. These Cheeto Carrots were just the ticket. Disguising Cheetos as a vegetable? You got it.

To make 20 bags you will need –

2 family size bags of Cheetos,

20 Disposable Decorating Bags,

& 3 yards of Green Ribbon.

What party isn’t complete with fresh blooms? These carnations not only added color, but also gave me a good excuse to break out my Ikea Vase

How was your Easter? If you were crafty or in the mood to bake up a storm – let me know what you created!


Easter Egg Confetti

Side Note before we get started: Easter is going to be here before we know it and it still snowing up here in Iowa (woof). Spring get here soon please.

End Rant – onward to our craft! Confetti meets Easter Egg! Not the same old, same old decorating of eggs this year, my friends

You will need:

  • Eggs (hard boiled or decorating plastic eggs)
  • craft paper
  • paper punch
  • mod podge
  • foam brush


  1. Hole punch your craft paper. I bought my loot here from Target all for $1. Hobby Lobby has lots of craft paper as well.
  2. With your foam brush, wipe the mod podge on a little section of the egg to start
  3. Add the confetti to the section of the egg that you just put mod podge on.
  4. Continue the process until the egg is covered.

Easy Peasy, right? These would look great in a bowl or vase to decorate for Easter this year! For more inspiration and crafty ideas make to sure to visit my Pinterest page.