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Easter Craft- Easy Centerpiece!

Easy Easter Craft

 

Are you looking for easy Easter craft ideas?What about an Easter centerpiece? This Easter centerpiece is simple to make yet makes a nice statement. Made from a few inexpensive supplies, this easy Easter craft is one you can make with friends, the kiddos, or even on your own. Take a look below at how you can craft one in just minutes and have the perfect Easter centerpiece in no time.

Easy Easter Centerpiece

Supplies needed

Pinwheel picks
Glass candle holder
Assorted Easter grass filler(Easter grass or a pastel shredded filler will do)
Spring foam shapes (available by the bag at your local dollar or craft store)
Glue

We were able to find all of these supplies at our local craft store. Each product was just around $1-$2 each, and we were left with plenty of materials leftover for our future craft projects. Now that is a great is a fun and frugal Easter craft!

Directions

1. Begin by applying a generous amount of glue to the back of your foam shape. Press the shape to the front and center of your glass candle holder. Press it firmly in place until it has had the chance to dry securely in place.

2. Fill the vase with spring filler such as Easter grass or shredded pastel paper. We were able to find a bag of filler for a dollar, so a product like this is ideal. Stuff the candle holder nice and full. Don’t be afraid to let some of the filler overflow.

3. You now want to insert your pinwheels. These add a fun spring feel. Add a dab of glue to the ends of the pinwheels to help anchor them in place a little better. Press them down into the filler until they are touching the bottom of the candle holder.

Your easy Easter centerpiece is now complete. Place this on your dining room table, on an end table, or even on your office desk. It is a great way to add some spring color and charm to your space without spending a lot of money. If you are so inclined, this piece would also make a great gift for teachers, baby sitters, or anyone else who would love the look of spring in their home.

Gather your supplies and give this easy and inexpensive Easter craft  a try. It is a fun yet very frugal way to get ready for the holiday! 🙂

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    Robin (Masshole Mommy)
    12 March, 2014 at 10:59 am

    I love that it is so simple to make and its’ very festive. I usually host Easter, but we will be traveling this year on Easter, but I may make one anyways – just because 🙂

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    Marika
    12 March, 2014 at 3:59 pm

    What a wonderful craft tutorials! I’ll have to try this one, especially with Easter almost upon us.

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    Terry
    12 March, 2014 at 4:03 pm

    These would even look very cute outside in my garden. They might even keep the birds away from my seeds that I am trying to sprout. Very cute idea.
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    Lawna
    12 March, 2014 at 5:20 pm

    What a fun craft to do with my kiddos for Easter. It’s time to start getting all my supplies out!

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    Angel
    12 March, 2014 at 5:49 pm

    That is so cute, and simple enough to make that it’s right up my alley! Thank you for sharing doable crafts! 🙂

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    Kristen from The Road to Domestication
    12 March, 2014 at 9:32 pm

    That’s so pretty! I LOVE pinwheels! And I’m so excited for Spring…
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    Theresa
    12 March, 2014 at 10:26 pm

    What says spring more than some pastel colored pinwheels! I do think they would make a great centerpiece idea at an Easter dinner!
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    katherine
    13 March, 2014 at 1:10 am

    Although we don’t do easter, this looks really cute!

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    Michele
    13 March, 2014 at 3:47 am

    How pretty that is-I love the soft colors you chose. It really does remind me of springtime–I am not crafty so probably will not even attempt this although it sounds not too hard-I will leave it to all you really crafty people!
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    amanda @attachedmoms
    13 March, 2014 at 6:23 am

    The pinwheels are classic and you have chosen some nice spring colors.

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    Amanda Love
    13 March, 2014 at 2:48 pm

    That sure is easy and looks really great too. I haven’t done anything yet for easter so may give this a try with my toddler.
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    Samantha
    15 March, 2014 at 12:27 pm

    This is such a cute craft! I am going to try it with my kidlets
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