9 DIY Rustic Easter Decor Ideas

9 DIY Rustic Easter Decor Ideas

As Spring rolls in, so does the Easter holiday. To help you decorate your home, I’ve rounded up some of the cutest DIY rustic Easter decor ideas. These are not only adorable but also easy and inexpensive to make. Get ready to give your creative juices a boost because these are too cute to not try!

9 DIY Rustic Easter Decor Ideas

These ideas are sure to help you get into the feel of Spring and Easter, even if the weather doesn’t quite agree yet. They’re cute, rustic, and inexpensive to make!

Eggs and Daffodils in a Wood Box Centerpiece (JSH Home Essentials)

Wood always adds a rustic touch to decor so it’s no wonder why it makes the perfect centerpiece base piece. In this decor idea, you’ll use a wooden box filled with real dirt (if you plan to plant real flowers) and/or moss with real (or fake) daffodils planted in the same space apart. Finish off the centerpiece by adding several Easter eggs in the pastel colors of your choice. 

Rustic Easter Egg Wreath (Meatloaf and Melodrama)

A grapevine wreath embellished with faux yellow and white flowers, faux speckled eggs, and thin burlap ribbon is what brings all things rustic to this craft. The best part is all of the supplies needed for this project can be purchased at the Dollar Tree! 

Framed Watercolor Easter Printables (Nina Hendrick)

If you’ve never thought to decorate with printables, now is the time to try. These beautiful watercolor Easter printables can be put into wooden frames to instantly add a chic, yet rustic, touch to any space in your home. In addition to printable images, you’ll also find a banner and tags.

Upscale Farmhouse Wood Box Centerpiece (The Turquoise Home)

This is another spin on using a box for a centerpiece. Laura created her box from pieces of wood, however, if you have an old wooden box or even a wooden drawer, you can use those as well. If your box isn’t already a rustic kind of color, you can stain it, paint it, or do both to give it that look. Afterward, add mason jars in the box filled with faux flowers of your choice.

Burlap & Bird’s Nest Table Runner (Inspiration from Pinterest)

In the link above, you’ll notice it uses a wooden box; however, I like the idea of using burlap fabric as a table runner and placing faux garland along with bird’s nests, faux birds, and eggs along the runner. It’s simple, cute, and inexpensive. All of the supplies can most likely be found at your local Dollar Store!

Galvanized Bucket Vase (Country Living)

Pick up a few galvanized buckets, a few packs of moss, and your favorite flower arrangements. Fill the buckets with the flowers, allowing them to flow over the bucket. These “vases” would become great rustic centerpieces for your kitchen table, fireplace mantle, or end tables in your living room.

Rustic Place Settings (Liz Marie Blog)

Wood rounds, tin cans, small grapevine wreaths, and a few other rustic touches come together to make centerpieces you’ll want to keep up far beyond Easter. Grab a thorough tutorial here and even get an idea for a springy moss table runner.

Vintage Easter-Themed Cloche (So Much Better with Age)

This vintage Easter cloche is made with bunnies, books, and tulips to bring a beautiful look to any table you place it on. These are so easy to create and can typically be used with things you already have lying around your home or hidden in your craft stash.

One Roll of Mesh Easter Wreath (Hard Working Mom)

I have a super cute Easter-themed wreath that’s made from one roll of mesh. You can easily make this rustic depending on the type of ribbon and accents you choose to use. Instead of the bunny, consider using nests, birds, and eggs. You can find a list of our Easter supplies in the shop here.

Final Thoughts

As Easter rolls around, keep these decor ideas in mind. They can stay up long after Easter is gone since they also have a Spring touch to them as well. Which one(s) are you most excited about trying? Let me know in the comments below. Also, feel free to share some of your own rustic Easter decor ideas as well.

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