Easter is coming closer and closer, and you haven’t chosen the décor? I have easy and fast to realize ideas for you! Take usual mason jars and turn them into cool Easter centerpieces! Need some ideas? Here they are!
A floral centerpiece is the easiest and most realizable idea for any occasion, and of course, there’s nothing more comfortable than a mason jar as a vase. A mason jar can be covered with a doily, twine, burlap, lace or just painted – painted white, pastels or with florals. Add cool ribbon and burlap bows to make the mason jars look cuter, or just create a whole combo of mason jars in a wooden crate. Then just insert some fresh flowers inside, and I’d recommend fresh tulips or daffodils as they are truly springy.
a mason jar covered with a doily and twine, fresh spring blooms
a mason jar with a burlap bow and yellow daffodils
a mason jar with a paper heart and pink tulips
silver mason jars with twine, fresh flowers
pastel-painted mason jars with burlap and twine, fresh bloom
mason jars with twine and fresh tulips
mason jars wrapped with twine and with baby’s breath is a cute rustic idea
lavender painted jars with fresh blooms
blue mason jars with fresh yellow tulips along the table
a mint-colored mason jar with baby’s breath and faux butterflies
a wooden box with blue mason jars with fresh tulips inside
blue mason jars with painted camellias and with fresh blooms, too
a mason jar with colorful candies and some bold fresh flowers
green jars with checked fabric and fresh spring blooms
Some other ideas can include: colorful mason jars with candies, Easter terrariums with moss and faux nests, mason jars with branches and Easter egg ornaments on them. Allow your kids to create fun centerpieces of mason jars – turn them into rabbits and other animals. The possibilities are almost endless, turn on your creativity!
a mason jar with moss and a faux bird nest is a cool Easter terrarium
pastel painted jars with colorful candies with lace