This Easter vignette using a thrift store frame was easy to put together using items I had on hand. I love finding ways to use the stash of thrift store frames that I have. Using a pretty oval one as a base for the display pieces worked great.
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We’re excited to be co-hosting our annual Welcome, Spring Link Party again this year. The party gets started on March 28 and we’d love to have you join us. Along with the other co-hosts, we’re sharing a spring time post to kick off the party.
How to Make an Easter Vignette Using a Thrift Store Frame
Supplies Used for Easter Vignette on a Thrift Store Frame
- Thrift Store Oval Frame
- Chalk Paint (white & blue) and paint brush
- Ceramic Bunny
- Blue Bud Vase
- Floral Greenery and Beads
- Faux Eggs
I can’t seem to pass up a pretty frame when I’m shopping at my local Goodwill. There is always an assortment to chose from and I enjoy finding ways to put them to use. I especially like when I find oval frames that are in good condition and just need a bit of paint to work with my decor.
After removing the screws holding the backing in place, I gave the frame a coat of white chalk paint. I like to start out with white and then add the final color.
My new favorite paint color is Agave by Waverly. I love the coastal look it has. I used it for my dollar store wall art makeover recently. The insert piece for this frame is made out of sturdy cardboard. I used a sheet of white vinyl from my Cricut stash to cover it because it was large enough and it was an easy way to adhere it without using glue.
I found these floral beads in my spring craft stash and they are a perfect color to use with the frame. I twisted two of them together and tied a white bow around the stems.
I have more eggs in my Easter stash than I can ever use. I pulled out some blue and green ones that have a pearlized look to them and nestled them into the beads.
I wanted to keep the look of the vignette simple, so I opted for greenery instead of blooms. The blue vase is one that’s usually on a corner shelf in my breakfast nook area.
The finishing touch was to add a ceramic bunny to the display. None of the pieces are glued to the frame, so I can easily change it up for other seasons.
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Using items I had on hand is a budget friendly way to create a holiday decor piece. Shopping your own home is a good way to find ways to reuse items and to create new looks by mixing up the pieces from year to year.
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Easter Vignette Using a Thrift Store Frame
Be sure to stop by our Welcome, Spring Link Party for inspiration and to share your springtime creativity with us starting on March 28.