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How to decorate your house for a hoppy Easter

It’s almost time for Easter and if you are planning on decorating your house to mark the occasion, here are some tips to help you…

Fill a tray with moss and votive candles. Finish the display with a bunny figure (or chocolate bunny), candies, and decorated Easter eggs.

Get your house ready by hanging pastel balloons outside your home and an Easter decoration on your door. Google ‘printable Easter signage’ or make simple Easter themed signage on Canvas, a free and easy to use design platform.

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Decorate a few tables with pastel-colour tablecloths and streamers.

Make your home extra pretty with bunches of flowers (picked from your garden … don’t ignore the lockdown rules) arranged in big white milk jugs.

A generic crepe paper lantern can become an Easter bunny head with the addition of craft paper ears, eyes, and whiskers, plus pom-poms for the nose and eyes.

Paint hard-boiled eggs for easy Easter decorations, or you could even decorate with temporary tattoos.

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