Pretty ways to decorate with ribbon for Easter
- Published on Monday, 25 April 2016 12:49
- Eliot Chapman
It is almost time to celebrate spring and with it Easter. Unlike other holidays, particularly Christmas, there are no standards and traditions for decorating at Easter. This basically means that you are free to do whatever you want. However, this does make your task a little bit challenging, but not impossible. You have the opportunity to get creative, but if you are stuck for inspiration, then you may want to consider a few points and ideas. If you are decorating on a budget, then there are essential Easter decorations that you may want to try: personalised ribbons
. You can match them with other supplies in order to obtain a fresh spring look.
Holiday decorating starts first with your windows. With regards to Easter eggs, this season is all about embracing new materials and textures. Therefore, Easter eggs that are made from materials like ribbon strands pack a visual punch. Even the simplest ribbon Easter egg will brighten up the room and add a spring touch to decorate for Easter. What you have to do is cut several egg shapes from a scrapbook paper and use some pastel paper, although the colours do not matter very much since you will be covering them up. Bring out your ribbon stash. Is it normal to have a lot of ribbon? Well, if you are like most people, then you probably have some ribbon left from decorating wedding cakes. Making a ribbon Easter egg is so simple that your child can do it. Just cut stripes of material and glue them onto the egg shape.
Easter party decorations
Easter is not Easter without the eggs. If you decide to buy artificial eggs, then the decorating possibilities are quite endless. For instance, you can group them together in a tray filled with artificial ribbon or in a glass vase. Even the plain boiled eggs can be dressed in ribbon. You can complete the look of the boiled egg with glue-dots that stick to practically anything. In order to create a festive place card at Easter table, you can decorate the egg in a small tin. Thread a small card onto a thin piece of ribbon and you are done. Last but not least, if you wish your Easter party to be a memorable one, you should choose the ribbon shade that matches your party. You can choose a message to print on the material and display it for everyone to see.