Easter is just around the corner and I thought I would share one of favorite Easter centerpieces I created a couple years ago. This was such a fun arrangement because it actually sprung as the days went on. It’s not to late to create one for this Easter.
1. find your container. This could be a wicker basket like I have above or a tin bucket anything would be cute. (Note: my basket is unusually large because I needed it proportional to my fake chocolate Easter bunny. This basket is about 24″ wide x 18″ deep. Yours does not have to be this large.)
2. If using a basket, line the inside of the basket with a garbage bag so the soil doesn’t come through all the cracks and then place a coco fiber lining that is used for hanging pots (it kind of looks like a nest- you can find these all over in a garden section with the pots and flowers).
3. I did this part outside- Fill with soil and plant your greenery or flowers. Water your flowers before you bring them in and your done! Trust me this centerpiece does not require a green thumb… simple and easy!
4. Place a chocolate bunny and some easter eggs around in the “grass/flowers” and watch your Easter centerpiece bloom! It was so fun to wake up each morning and see new flower blooms each day.