Changing out decor in your craft room or home doesn’t have to be expensive! Read below for sources and I think you’ll find you can find a lot of these items at the Dollar Tree or thrift stores!
Welcome to my Easter craft room!
Decorating the shelves in my craft room is a fun way to celebrate each season!
I’ll post sources below, but honestly, most things are from Dollar Tree or are DIYs made a die cutting machine, like a Cricut Maker machine.
Changing out this seasonal décor is not that expensive.
In fact, the “Bunny Trail” sign, which came from Michaels was my most expensive purchase at $17.99. The little Bunny hiney poking out of the green pick up came from there too.
The rest I either thrifted (like the mailbox) or purchased from the Dollar Tree. I like to use the thrifted stuff for different seasons. You can see how I used the mailbox for Valentine’s Day here.
In fact, all of the little signs were ONLY A DOLLAR!
The other items that I gathered at the Dollar Tree were these cloth Easter baskets.
I filled them with some bubble wrap and I laid some paper grass on top. The Rae Dunn inspired eggs are just regular old cheap plastic eggs that are painted and dolled up with some vinyl cut on the Cricut. Tutorial is here.
The garland / banner is leftover from last year and is made from fabric (technically I cut it on my Silhouette machine, but the Cricut would work better – in my opinion). Here is the post on how I made the No Sew Bunny Garland .
The bunnies are just haning on some basic baker’s twine. I added in some pom poms and some carrots (also a Dollar Tree find).
And as for the gnomes?
Well, if you’ve been following me for any amount of time, you know these tall guys are my own creation. I LOVE LOVE LOVE making them for each holiday. I have a few spring-themed gnomes left in my shop, so hop on over and take a peek!
A few of these gnomes are left in my Etsy shop! They are so cute!
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