Create a simple Easter Floral Arrangement with just a few inexpensive supplies.
Y’all, I can’t believe it’s almost Easter! It is really early this year. Today I am sharing a super easy Easter Floral Arrangement. I just love the simplicity and charm of this floral arrangement. This is also a great way to display some really pretty Easter eggs. I chose some natural speckled foam eggs for my arrangement and added Baby’s Breath for a classic look. The rusty orange colored basket really makes this Easter floral arrangement pop.
Here are the materials I used to make this Easter Floral Arrangement:
- Wire basket
- Natural speckled foam Easter eggs
- Baby’s Breath
I found these really pretty Easter eggs at Hobby Lobby and snatched them right up. I am in love with these natural pale speckled eggs. The muted tones are just so beautiful and they were 50% off. The colors are natural off white, pale green, a slightly darker green and light blue. I bought two cartons to use in my floral arrangement. Each carton contains twelve eggs.
I added a glass vase in the center of my wire basket. I bought this basket last fall at a local craft fair and use it in my kitchen for display. I love the burnt orange color and it looks rustic but is brand new. Next, I just filled the basket around the vase with the eggs. There’s no special way to do this. Just put the eggs in how you like. After all the eggs where in the basket, I filled the vase with water.
It’s time to add some flowers to this floral arrangement. I used white baby’s breath. I know these flowers are considered “fillers” but I think they are beautiful on their own. Not to mention they are very inexpensive and last a lot longer than most flowers. I think they stand alone perfect in this arrangement. What do you think?
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