An easy way to have a spot of Easter decorations here and there, is to use these Vintage Easter Buckets from RAZ. They come as a set of took and have an old fashioned, vintage look.
We filled the RAZ Bunny Buckets with crumpled newspaper and added some vintage Easter grass in straw color. You could use the buckets for flowers too or they are pretty just by themselves.
The Vintage Easter Grass is such a nice change from the plastic, cellophane Easter grass. You could use this in any floral arrangement too. We have also the Vintage Easter Grass in a green color.
We used some simple Pastel Easter Eggs. These eggs come in a bag of 12 and are about 2.5″ They are speckled like bird eggs and come in soft colors.
The eggs were just laid on top of the grass. Nothing was secured with hot glue or anything. When I put something together to use at home, I usually like to be able to take it apart and store away or use the products for another project. The RAZ Bunny Buckets do have Happy Easter on them, but you could turn that around from view and use the buckets in a child’s room for decoration.
We placed some a Linen Raffia Carrot Bundle in the smaller of the buckets. The Raffia Carrot bundle is just three carrots tied together, so we untied and used them individually.
We have some other choices for carrots too.
Another product for Easter that is just so cute….is this Chick Eggs in a Crate….three have hatched out!
A small bow was created for the the larger bucket using some scrap ribbon. Small bows like this is a great way to use up small pieces of ribbon. The ribbon came from Trendy Tree, but the exact ribbons could be sold out so the SKU are not listed. But, we have literally hundreds if not thousands of styles of ribbon to choose from! Just browse the Ribbon Category.
Bows can be made so many ways and sometimes we use the ProBow, Bowdabra and the EZ Bowmaker. Today, we used the EZ Bowmaker. It’s for sale on Trendy Tree and you can get one right here.
These RAZ Bunny Buckets filled with eggs or carrots are a perfect little spot of Easter decoration! And so easy to do!
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