Time to decorate with something new this Spring without spending a fortune? Try making an upcycled Easter display.
I LOVE the boho experience of thrift shopping. I enjoy the sport of never knowing what I’ll find and sometimes manifesting just what I want. And when I decorate, I love mixing old with new to create my own unique style. Can’t get much more bohemian than that!
We were ready to do something new with our beloved Easter decorations this year. We have a beautiful storage cabinet in our kitchen that needed a new display. I try and change the space out every few months.
We have a slew of velvet Easter eggs and Easter egg candles that I usually arrange in baskets around the house. This year I wanted to display them in glass somehow. So what an excellent reason to head over to our local thrift shop!
For about $10 I purchased a mix of miscellaneous crystal and glass wine glasses, champagne glasses, and cordial glasses. I selected a variety of looks and heights, enough to make an interesting display. After a bit of scrubbing, the glasses shined beautifully and here is what I came up with for my upcycled Easter display:
I set eggs into the top of each of the glasses and arranged the glassware until it looked appealing. Then, I set a glass bowl full of additional eggs in the middle of the display and added the grass rabbits and other décor around it. I also added a tall glass vase filled with eggs and topped that with birds sitting on a nest.
To finish the display, I surrounded the decor in white lights. I set the lights up on an easy remote control clicker so they are easy to turn on and off at night.
I enjoy looking at the display especially at night with the white lights reflecting all the crystal glassware. This upcycled Easter display makes my boho spirit very happy I hope that it inspires your creativity too!
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