Make your own DIY Easter Centerpiece for a casual Easter table. Upcycle some thrift store finds along with dollar store items to create a one of a kind decor piece.
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For our breakfast nook table I like to keep the table setting casual and fun for holidays. This DIY Easter Centerpiece will go great with the colorful tablescape I plan on putting together.
Easter Centerpiece with Thrift Store Find Items
I’ve had these thrift store finds in my craft stash for a while. Making a DIY Easter Centerpiece using them was a great way to repurpose them.
After cleaning them all, I used white chalk paint for the frame and the charger plate. They both got two coats, allowing for drying time between coats.
To dress up the glass insert of the frame I used some pastel multicolored yarn. I started by adding a small dot of hot glue to the glass and pressing the end of the yarn into it. From there, it’s just wrapping and pushing the yarn together to keep it even and tight. I finished it off with another dot of glue.
Before adding the yarn wrapped glass back to the frame, I gave the frame a coat of Dura Clear Gloss Finish.
The charger also got a coat of the finish. Since I’m using lots of pastel colors for this centerpiece, I was happy enough with the color of green of the candle holder.
Using E6000 glue, the holder is attached to the charger. Colorful Easter grass is then spread around it. I found this grass at Dollar Tree.
Next, I added an assortment of speckled eggs to the tray. I’ve had these for a few years. Small floral sprigs are tucked among the eggs.
When I saw these bunny headbands at Dollar Tree I wasn’t sure just what I would use them for, but they are just right for this Easter centerpiece.
I used jewelry pliers to remove the bunnies from the headbands and then used hot glue to attach them to the oval frame.
The fourth bunny is glued to the front of the frame. It worked out that the space between the tiers was just the right size for it to fit.
The finishing touch was to add an egg shaped candle that I also bought at Dollar Tree.
I love how colorful this is and I think it’s going to look great on my casual Easter table. Since I made this using thrift store finds and dollar store items, it’s a budget friendly decor piece.
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Budget Friendly DIY
Supply List Upcycled Easter Tiered Tray
- Thrift Store Find Charger Plate
- Thrift Store Find Oval Frame
- Bunny Headbands from Dollar Tree
- Easter Grass
- Speckled Eggs
- E6000 Glue
- Hot Glue
- White Paint and Brush
- Jewelry Pliers
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