Happy Easter!


At Sharn Enterprises, we are all about making quality displays for all of your display needs. That got us thinking about creative display ideas for you this Easter.

We have compiled some easy and fun ideas for you to “display” your holiday spirit:

  1. Easter Picture Display
    Use adorable Easter bunny stickers to amp up your everyday family photos for a cute and creative decoration. Simply stick bunny ears and mouths on the glass front of your favorite pics.
  2. Easter Chick Display
    Set out our creative egg and chick project for a fun Easter decoration. To make, start by gluing together two yellow pom-poms for the chick. Add a face using felt and fabric paint. Insert the chick into a pre-stretched balloon; blow up to desired size. Knot the balloon and spray with cooking spray. Coat string with white glue; wrap colored string around balloon, adding crisscrossing strands as you go (make sure gaps are no larger than the chick). Let string dry; pop balloon and remove it.
  3. Potted Plant Display                                                                                                                   Nothing blooming outside yet? Create a garden view with an improvised indoor window box in time for Easter. Line up small potted plants or flowering bulbs on a sill, then fence them in with wire garden-bed edging propped on the sill or stapled to the underside.
  4. Paper Easter Basket Decoration
    Use a paper shredder to make an Easter basket centerpiece. To create a paper nest, shred long sheets of craft paper or holiday wrapping scraps, and staple each end together. Add a length of floral wire, hold one end of the strips in each hand, and twist and wrap it into a nest. Clip a few strands with scissors for a loosely woven look. If needed, add a dab of glue to keep the strands in place. Lay real or faux eggs inside to finish the Easter decoration.
  5. Spring Curtain Decor
    Give the window curtains a little springtime sprucing by replacing curtain hooks with colorful ribbons. Be sure to tie the loops loosely enough to allow for easy sliding.
  6. Easter Butterfly Tree
    Inside or out, this tree signals that spring is in the air. Use twine to hang paper butterflies on branches — these are made from note cards, but you can also cut butterfly shapes out of cardstock. For dimension, outline edges of the cards with acrylic crafts paint. Insert branches into foam in a garden container. Silk flowers glued to some branches and moss topping the container finish the look.
  7. Tea Time Flower Display
    Red tulips and white roses are awe-inspiring inside a stacked cup and kettle. Using two different colors adds interest, while the matching green dishes keep the display cohesive.
  8. Simple Easter Mantel Display
    Cut plant sprigs and place them in vases and bottles for a simple mantel display that you can keep up throughout spring.
  9. Twig Easter Nest Centerpiece
    Celebrate Easter and spring simultaneously with this pretty table topper. Simply purchase a faux bird’s nest online or at a crafts store (or build your own), and fill it with plastic eggs for a quick centerpiece.
  10. Flowers-&-Vegetables Display
    Carrots and lettuce leaves arranged around the inside of the wide vases create a unique look. Keep the vegetables propped up by placing a smaller vase inside the larger one and laying the vegetables in between. Wrap string around the vases for a homespun accent. Place a decorative bird or bunny nearby to give the display an Easter touch.

(Credit: Better Homes and Gardens)


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