Want to decorate for Easter and Spring with a simple DIY centerpiece? This dried floral Easter egg tree is easy to make and looks beautiful as table decor. Let’s make it!
I love dried flowers and I love Easter eggs… what better than to combine them into a beautiful “Easter egg tree” for a Spring table decoration? This is an easy DIY that almost anyone can recreate!
This blog post is part of a seasonal blog hop. Make sure to check out all of the other Easter DIY ideas from my blogging friends linked at the bottom of this post!
How to make a simple dried floral Easter egg tree
To begin, place some real or faux branches in a tall vase. I’m using faux pussy willow branches.
Next, brush some Mod Podge onto some plastic Easter eggs with a small brush. I found my faux Easter eggs at Dollarama, and they already had loops attached to the top for hanging.
Now, take a small pressed flower or leaf and apply it to the Mod Podge on the egg. I found a pack of beautiful pressed, dried flowers right here on Amazon.
Then, gently brush another coat of Mod Podge over the dried flower / leaf to seal it onto the egg.
Continue creating more dried floral eggs in this manner until you have at least a dozen. Once they’re dry, you can hang them onto the branches in your vase to create a simple Easter egg tree.
This makes a lovely Spring table centerpiece, or looks beautiful on a dining room sideboard.
Now it’s time for more ideas from my blogging friends!
8 Easter Decor Ideas for Your Home!
A Pretty Table with Easter Decor | My 100 Year Old Home
Dried Floral Easter Egg Tree | The DIY Mommy
How to Make Fast & Easy Easter Decorations | The Design Twins
DIY Clay Rabbit | My Sweet Savannah
Handpainted Watercolor Easter Eggs | Craftberry Bush
Free Printable Easter Egg Art | The Happy Housie
How to Make a Homemade Chocolate Bunny | Happy Happy Nester
Ombre Easter Egg Wreath | Tatertots and Jello