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Lilac Centerpiece

Steps:4
You can boost the height and visual drama of any arrangement with the help of a serving bowl from the kitchen or china cabinet. Set a vase inside the bowl, and then fill both vessels with billowing flowers.
Materials
  • Serving bowl
  • Plastic wrap
  • Tall vase
  • Floral adhesive
  • Blocks of floral foam, cut to fit bowl and soaked in water for 20 to 30 minutes
  • Lilacs (or other flowers)
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Easter Egg Tree

Steps:4
In Germany and Austria, it's customary to celebrate Easter by hanging hollow eggs from the branches of trees. This year, bring the tradition indoors by creating a unique display for your blown and decorated eggs.
Materials
  • Ice bucket (optional)
  • Floral foam (optional)
  • Grass (optional)
  • Branches, such as pussy willow, flowering quince, magnolia, forsythia, or cherry blossom
  • Vase (optional)
  • Pebbles (optional)
  • Ribbon
  • Large-eyed needle
  • Blown and decorated eggs
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Bunny Ears

Steps:10
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Floral-Cutout Wrap and Cards

Steps:3
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Easter Basket Favors

Steps:4
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Dyed Easter Baskets

Steps:2
Why should eggs have all the fun? For one-stop decorating, dye the basket -- and everything inside it -- at once.
Materials
  • White vinegar
  • Liquid food coloring (1/4-ounce bottle)
  • Large, heatproof glass bowl
  • Wooden baking basket (available at technobake.com)
  • Raffia
  • Eggs in different sizes and colors (Quail eggs are available at some Whole Foods markets and through localharvest.org.)
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Yarn Flowers

Steps:6
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Paper Pinwheels

Steps:6
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