I had such a great time decorating for Easter this year. As I mentioned before in my It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like…Easter! (w/Links to my YouTube tutorials included) post, I had only decorated this house once for Easter/Spring. So, I did need to recreate the wheel this year–I love recreating the wheel btw, one of my very favorite pastimes. 😉 Unfortunately, I did break my monthly budget…um…by quite a little bit…haha. BUT, that’s okay, I will now have the items that I’ll need to redecorate moving forward in time. I have really enjoyed the lighter and airier colors that Easter and Spring bring forth–it is quite different than my every-day decor and I am patting myself on the back for a “job-well-done”…haha…NOT really, but, I’m pretty happy that the creative juices flowed in the direction that my mind’s eye had pictured. 🙂
I have now finished the outdoor spaces as well. I started redecorating out there with the front door wreath, if y’all will remember, I had the bright idea to use the same cream burlap wreath that I created using St. Patrick’s Day accent pieces and no glue for my Easter wreath. So, I pulled my St. Patty’s Day wreath off of the front door and I pulled all of the green accent pieces off and replaced them with pinks and soft greens and transformed it into an Easter wreath that I truly love!! 🙂 Here is a picture of the finished Easter wreath and then my YouTube video showing you how I brought the transformation to fruition:
And here it is in the evening hours:
So after that little task was completed, I moved onto my other outdoor spaces, one of which was my “Little Red Wagon” that I love to redecorate for each Season. Here is what I did to that, one of my very favorite spaces to work within:
Then I moved on down the sidewalk where I placed my Deco Mesh Easter Wreath & Easter Decor Shopping Trips and Hauls:
And changed out my decorative flags:
After that, I moved on out to the mailbox and finished the outdoor decorations:
I was pretty impressed that I could see the big pink bow that I had placed on the front door wreath… literally from the road. YaY!! 🙂
The doggies and I posed for a few pictures too. 🙂
Here is my YouTube video where I give you a tour of the outdoor spaces:
Okie dokie, that’s it for now…I’m quite satisfied and happy with how everything turned out and now my mind is already awhirl with ideas of what will come next…been thinking of revising the red&white gingham/mason jar/gerber daisy decor that I had created for our family reunion…uh huh, that’ll probably be next once May arrives. 🙂
Remember what I always say:
**In crafting there are no mistakes, only unique creations**
~Until next time, y’all take good care! ❤
14 thoughts on “Outdoor Easter Decor (w/YouTube Videos Included)”
Everything is beautiful….as always 😉
Are those Newfies?!?
We just got a Great Pyreness/Anatolian/Komondor mix 🙂
Aren’t BIG dogs fun…tons of love 💜
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Hi Nicole!! Thank you so much sweet lady!! ❤
They *are* Newfies!! Good eye girl…And I bet your GreatPyreneess/Anatolian/Komondoor mix is a beauty!!! And yes, I totally agree, BIG doggies are tons of fun and give us tons of love! 🙂 ❤
Hi Arlynn – I love your ideas, even though I don’t always leave a comment. I particularly love the soft, delicate colors in the wreath. And you’re right – why use glue if you do not need to? If you create your own bows, congratulations – they are always outstanding. Does the letter carrier ever comment on your decorations?
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Hey there sweet Pat!
Thanks so very much girl! I’m with you about the soft and delicate colors. 🙂 Thanks also about the bow, and I do create every one that you see. 🙂 (If you want to see how I do it, you can click on the link up there I have a bow tutorial included in that wreath video). 🙂 And yes, our mail person does comment sometimes…haha…Samson is usually barking at her out the window, so he gets some sweet comments too…lol. 😉 Love ya girlie!! ❤
Beautiful! Happy Easter to you and your family – furry members included! 🙂
Hi Kelly! Thank you so very much, and the same right back to you and yours!! 🙂
Beautiful as always! Happy Easter to you and your family!
Hi Lorene–Thank you so very much! And a very Happy Easter to you and yours as well. 🙂
Hi Arlynn! First of all I just love your name! I just recently found your tutorials and enjoy them! I look forward to see what you’re up to next! Love your crafts especially your wreaths that you make. I was wondering where you purchased your wreath hangers that you use inside your beautiful home. See you tomorrow!
Hi Denise! Thank you so much for your kind words! ❤ Regarding that wreath hanger, here is a link for you. 🙂 http://www.grandinroad.com/adjustable-wreath-hanger/808204
Arlynn, I just noticed a candle in one of your lanterns that bubble! Loved it and do you remember where you purchase it? Would love to have one!!!🕯Thank you
Fern Binion. (Evelyn)
Hi Evelyn—I got that candle at Home Depot around Christmastime…I’m thinking that they’ll have them again later in the year. 🙂
just watched your video going to Country Treasures in Harrisonburg Va. I absolutely love that store Have you ever been to the country store in Romney WV. It is another great store. I live in North Carolina and we dont have country stores here. I visit my friend in WV and we shop for days. lots of country stores where she lives. Have a blessed day.
Hey, hey, hey Debra!! SO nice to see you over here at my blog too girlfriend. 🙂 Romney, WV…I know exactly where that is…I have family that live very near there…all over very near there. 🙂 🙂 You have a blessed day too girl. 🙂 ❤