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15-Minute centerpiece crafts for Easter

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Spring vases

Just found out that Easter brunch will be at your house this year? Don't fret — we've found three fabulous DIY vases that will instantly add glam to your Easter tablescape.
Glitter vase

Spring
vases

Just found out that Easter brunch will be at your house this year? Don't fret — we've found three fabulous DIY vases that will instantly add glam to your Easter tablescape.

These adorable DIY projects are perfect for spring and only take 15 minutes to make. In addition to being quick, they are also cheap to make, only requiring a few materials. After you've made these vases, simply add a few bouquets or fresh blooms for stunning centerpieces your family will think you spent days on.

DIY glittery vases

DIY glittery vases

Photo by Alice G. Peterson for The Sweetest Occasion

Add some feminine glamour to your brunch table with these adorably easy glitter vases styled by Cyd Converse of The Sweetest Occasion. To keep your look elegant and not crazy, stick to just a few colors on your table. We love simple pastels for Easter, like pale blues, yellows and pinks. You can also add some glitz by dipping a few in silver. Since the vases are statement pieces, keep the blooms simple, like white hydrangeas or a bouquet of Lily of the Valley.

What you'll need: 

  • Mason jars or glass vases
  • Glitter
  • Foam brush
  • Painters brush
  • Mod Podge glue

For the step-by-step tutorial on how to create these glittery jars, check out The Sweetest Occasion >>

Scrap paper vases

Scrap paper vases

Photo by Holly of Decor8

These adorable vases take less than 15 minutes, in fact, they take less than 5! All you do is tape fun printed paper to empty wine bottles, jars or milk bottles and add some twine. Add a few of these different papered bottles to make a unique, mismatched centerpiece, or line them up on a longer dining room table and add some candles and luminaries for a rustic look. We love the simple pastel blooms that don't detract from the vases.

What you'll need: 

  • Scrap tissue paper, cardstock or fabric
  • Patterned and colored tape
  • Scissors
  • Twine

Check out Holly's blog, Decor8, for more easy pattern inspiration and how to make the vases >>

Easy painted beer bottle vases

Easy painted beer bottle vases

Photo by Colorful Living

It's amazing how easily you can transform everyday items into something gorgeous with just a little bit of paint. The blogger behind Colorful Living did just that with some empty beer bottles and white spray paint! We love the simplicity behind these vases and the versatility. You can leave them as is for a classic, easy look, or add glitter, colored twine or even ribbon to spruce them up. Because they are so simple, add some brightly colored flowers to really give your centerpiece some oomph.

What you'll need: 

  • Empty beer or wine bottles
  • Spray paint
  • Newspaper or cardboard

For the step-by-step tutorial on how to make these super easy vases, check out Colorful Living >>

More easy and quick centerpiece ideas

Easter centerpieces: How to dress up your table for Easter
Spring table ideas
DIY wine bottle table numbers

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