My DIY Easter Table Decor for each individual place setting is a beautiful way to take your Easter table-scape to the next level.
This design uses a small terra cotta as the base for the extra large egg.
But, you don’t need to limit yourself to an egg. You can also use a cute bunny, a mercury glass Easter themed ornament, or even a live plant as your centerpiece.
All you need are a few simple elements to create this fun and unique project.
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small terra cotta pots (the quantity you need wilbased on your guests/family)
moss textured paint (it comes in a spray can as well as a two step process)
faux grass sprigs (comes on a matt and you just pull out the individual sprigs you need)
needle nose pliers
Decorative Element (Easter egg, Easter bunny, Easter decor, small plant)
- Gently spray the white spray paint on the pots to tone down the terra cotta color. I did not cover the pots completely.
- After the white paint has dried, gently spray the textured moss paint over the pots. You can go as heavy or as light as you want.
- While the moss paint is drying, wrap some grapevine into a small circle (loosely the diameter of your pot) and secure the grapevine with floral wire.
- Spray each grapevine wreath with some moss paint and allow the wreath to dry.
- After the pot has dried, glue sprigs of faux grass to the inside of the pot, allowing the grass to peek out of the top.
- Next, using your glue gun, add preserved moss around the top of the pot.
- Place a small piece of moss inside the pot.
- Gently place your grapevine wreath around the bottom of the pot.
- Finally, place the pot on the plate and place the Easter egg or other element on the plate.
Photos of Process
Slip the grapevine wreath onto the bottom of the pot and place it on your place setting.
Nestle the egg or other Easter decor into the center of the pot.
Voilà! You have the perfect Easter table decor for each of your guests to enjoy!
Don’t forget to pin this image for later!
This tablescape idea is not just for Easter. You can easily change out whatever Easter element you have in the pot for a potted plant or succulent later in the season.
I hope you enjoy this simple and fun Easter Table Decor DIY. Drop me a comment below and let me know your plans for Easter.
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