DIY home decorations for Easter Break

The Easter long weekend is almost here (hooray!). Time to stuff ourselves with chocolate and head off on weekend holidays. But if you're having a staycation this long weekend and wondering what to do - here are some creative DIYs to try around the home. 

DIY Terrarium

Bring the outdoors in with a cute, whimsical terrarium on your windowsill. Lucy's Florist provide a quick break down on how to do it. We love this one by Dani Barbe with delicate crystals and figurines. Gorgeous!

Dani Barbe

Create Art for Your Walls

If you've been staring at blank bedroom walls for far too long this weekend could be a time to change that.

We love this simple idea from Mer Mag to get kids involved in their bedroom art. It just involves easy hole punching of colourful craft paper. 

 wall art with kids

Mer Mag

Another more personalised option is a collage of all your favourite book covers. We love this one because it lets you de-clutter your books while still paying homage to your favourite reads.

 book cover collage  on wall

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Feng-Sheu Your Furniture

This is a tried and true classic because for some (although not all) rearranging furniture can make your house feel brand new again. The Budget Decorator has some great tips on how to position furniture to the best of its advantage. 

bedroom furniture plan

The Budget Decorator

Update Your Bedding

Want to feel amazing sleeping in on Easter Monday? Create a hotel style bed with tips from TDB or just update the coverlet and sheets. It will change the feel of your bedroom and create pure luxury.

hotel style bedding

Inner Design Co 

Have a go and let us know how you did! Use the hashtag #manchestermadness on Facebook or Instagram and we'll reshare your DIYs. Until next time have a hoppy Easter!

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