While you could Easter-ize your house in mossy wreaths and ceramic bunnies, we’re big fans of adding a personal touch and showing off our DIY skills. Whether you’re looking for ways to use your dyed eggs or you want an excuse to eat a few more Peeps (#guilty), we’ve got 25 easy projects that’ll get your home ready for Easter brunch on a small budget and in just a few minutes. Check out these DIY decorations to get you started.

easter egg centerpiece

1. Ombre Egg Centerpiece: Whether you’re eating quiche or lamb, let your guests know just how excited you are to be sitting with them. Put your dyed eggs to work and transform them into your centerpiece. (via Brit + Co)

hanging eggs

2. Egg Wall Hanging: If you’ve gone above and beyond with your egg blowing technique, your eggs deserve the spotlight. You may love this wall hanging enough to leave it up until June. (via Pretty Prudent)

ombre votives

3. Ombre Votives: Pastels are a must for Easter decorating. Using a bit of spray paint on some IKEA votive holders is one of the best IKEA hacks we’ve heard of. (via The House That Lars Built)

honeycomb easter eggs

4. Honeycomb Eggs: Why buy tissue-paper eggs when you can make them in whatever colors you choose? They might not be filled with chocolate, but we bet they’ll bring smiles to everyone who spots them. (via Studio DIY)

eggshell succulents

5. Eggshell Succulents: Whether you give them as gift, use them as place cards, or just keep them for yourself, you’ll be proud of these little eggshell planters. (via What You Sow)

peep wreath

6. Peeps Wreath: Oh. My. Peep. Make sure the kids stay away while you’re putting this together or you could run out of Peeps. (via Mom Advice)

egg terrarium

7. Easter Egg Terrarium: All you need is one of those large plastic Easter eggs and a few terrarium necessities to create this masterpiece. (via The House That Lars Built)

easter placecards

8. Place Cards: We can’t get over mixing our pastels with our neons. Add some chocolate to the mix and your guests will be obsessed. (via Brit + Co)

egg wreath

9. Egg Wreath: It’s basically an Easter rule that anywhere you can DIY with colored Easter eggs, you should probably just do it. (via Meatloaf and Melodrama)

origami bunny

10. Origami Bunny: Those ceramic bunnies may cost a pretty penny, but this one is made with stuff you already have in your home. (via Kreativ Buehne)

bunny ring dish

11. Rabbit Ring Dish: Bring a bit of the holiday to your bedroom with this sweet little ring dish. We wouldn’t blame you if you kept it out all year long. (via Craftberry Bush)

easter egg tree

12. Easter Egg Tree: Whether or not you’ve got German roots, recreate one of our fave holiday traditions with this hanging egg tree. (via Really Pretty Useful)

animal ear cake toppers

13. Animal Ear Cake Topper: Once you’ve decorated every nook and cranny, it’s time to decorate your food for Easter. We love how cheerful these guys will look on your table. (via Sugar & Cloth)

14. DIY Color Block Egg Sign: When was the last time you saw a truly cool piece of wall art for the season? This fun project can go so many places. (via Eighteen 25)

15. DIY Origami Candy Chicks: It’s amazing what a little bit of origami can do to a tablescape, especially like hiding some treats! (via The House That Lars Built)

16. Printable Easter Menu: Bring a touch of class to your place settings with a springy printed menu. (via Sarah Hearts)

17. DIY Floral Champagne Saucers: Easter cocktails never looked so good! Although these are faux florals, you could easily use fresh ones. (via Delineate Your Dwelling)

18. Oh My Gold Easter Basket: Anything with disco balls and chocolate is good in our books. (via Studio DIY)

19. DIY Icon Easter Eggs: Sure, this is the time for florals and pastels, but there’s something to be said for going bold. (via Lovely Indeed)

20. Origami Easter Bunny Napkins: Paper napkins never looked better, or cuter. (via Gathering Beauty)

21. Rainbow Easter Egg Wreath: You’ll want to keep this stunning dyed rainbow egg creation up through October. (via The House That Lars Built)

22. DIY Floral Easter Centerpiece: Bunnies? Flowers? Butterflies? Eggs? This adorable tableau just screams spring. (via PMQ for Two)

23. DIY Easter Garland: The fringes and pom-poms will endear you to the kids, but this playful garland will impress guests of all ages. (via Tell Love and Party)

24. DIY Faceted Easter Egg Place Card Holders: Going for a more modern feel with your decor? Try these geometric eggs. (via Sugar & Cloth)

25. DIY Paskris Easter Tree: Get the kids involved with this day-of decor and add some Scandi flair to your celebration. (via Aunt Peaches)

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(Additional reporting by Ariel Garneau)