Easter Branch Decoration – Easy Home Decor Idea For Spring

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Looking for a fun and creative way to decorate your home for Easter?

Try making your own EASTER BRANCH DECORATION! This tutorial will guide you through the steps to create a beautiful display that will add a touch of spring to any room in your home.

With just a few supplies and some creativity, you can make a unique and festive decoration that your family and guests will love.

DIY EASTER BRANCH DISPLAY - Super easy and fun spring home decor idea using curly willow branches and glittery Easter eggs.
DIY Easter Branch Decoration
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I love spring and Easter because it gives you an excuse to go mad with the beautiful spring colours and cute Easter decor.

Even though I had already done most of my decorating for Spring and Easter, my mum-in-law very kindly popped around with some large curly willow branches for me.

So I decided to make an additional Easter-themed display in a big glass vase.

I had been playing around with some air drying clay the other day and had made some pretty embossed clay cones (I had actually made them to display lavender and other flowers).

DIY EASTER BRANCH DISPLAY - Super easy and fun spring home decor idea using curly willow branches and glittery Easter eggs.
DIY Easter Branch Decoration

Whilst hunting around for bits I could use to decorate the twigs I had a sudden flash of inspiration and thought that these AIR DRYING CLAY CONES would also look cute hanging from the branches.

These are so easy to make and I think they look really effective.

How To Make An Easter Easter Branch Decoration

Easter Branch Display – Materials Used

Here’s what I used to make this arrangement.

Easter Twig Display Instructions

Step 1.  Arrange your curly willow twigs

Step 2.  Place the large acrylic crystal stones in the bottom of the vase to secure the twigs

Step 3.  Add your decorative sisal grass on top of the acrylic crystals

Step 4.  Add a postcard or photograph to add a bit of colour and interest

Step 5.  Hang your decorations.  Be sure to try and balance the decorations depending on their weight and colour

Glass vase filled with green sisal fiber, Easter postcard and glitter eggs.

(Vrolijk Pasen means Happy Easter!)

And that’s all there is to it… a really simple and easy budget Easter decor idea!

This is such an easy and cheap way to add a bit of colour to your home for Easter.

There are so many ideas out there.

You can include things like birds, butterflies, eggs, feathers bits of ribbon, mini pom poms, little flowers, and moss.

Basically, anything you like!

Curly willow twigs displayed in a glass vase with hanging Easter decorations and eggs.

I’d love to do a round-up of other people’s creations so if you have already made your own Easter Branch Display or are planning to please send me a link or a photo and I will include it.

It would be fun to see everyone else’s different designs.

Other Ideas For Decorating With Branches & Twigs

Handmade DIY Clay Hearts Displayed On Curly Willow Twigs

I often use twigs and branches to create seasonal displays.

The nice thing about decorating with branches and twigs is that once you have bought them you can let them dry out (if you have fresh ones) and keep them for a long time.

Because of this, you can just change the accessories in the display to match the season.

If you would like to see some examples of these then you should head over to my Valentine’s Branch Display, or How To Decorate With Tulips & Spring Twigs and Fall Branch Display Made With Horse Chestnuts where you can see a few more examples.

Other Easter Decor Ideas

Table Dressed For Easter With Tulips And Eggs
Decorating For Easter – Table Decor Ideas

If you still looking for more ideas to decorate your home for Easter then you may also like this Easter Tablescape Idea or this Easy Spring Wreath Idea.

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14 thoughts on “Easter Branch Decoration – Easy Home Decor Idea For Spring

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    Love your curly willow branches! We'd pay a pretty penny for those here in the States. Lovely post and enjoyed reading about your traditions:) XO-Wendi @H2OBungalow

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      Thanks Wendi. Really? You can buy them fairly cheaply here, you can even pick up a bunch in the local supermarket. But in my book free is even better 😉

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      Those willow branches would cost quite a few pretty pennies here in Australia. Love the little egg decorations!

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    very pretty! The willow branches add so much interest! The little egg trays are so cute! Nice job 🙂

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      Thanks Vanessa! Yes I like the curly branches better too.

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      Yes I love the bright colours! Thanks for sharing!

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      Thank you so much Beverly! See you at the next linky on Sunday! x

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    Such an innovative way to re-use materials! Wish I was that crafty. Pinned for later 🙂

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      Thanks for pinning! :). Honestly making a twig decoration is so easy, you can just hang anything you have lying around at home – or just get the kids to make decorations with tissue paper or card.

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    I love this! It's so pretty and fun. I am going to save this idea for next Easter or maybe change it up a little for another holiday.

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    What a beautiful decoration to make and have as a centerpiece! I love the branches and the cones. So lovely.

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      Thanks Julie! It's such an easy way to create a great centrepiece, I always do a variation of this at christmas time with pretty baubles and fairy lights.

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