This is my Bunny and Carrot Entryway Easter Decor…
When a person walks into my home there is a little nook next to our elevator and I’ve placed an entryway table there.
I like to decorate it with the changing seasons and holidays.
It’s fun to switch up how it is decorated because it’s one of the first things a person sees when they enter our home.
I really liked the way that this decoration turned out. The orange and green pair nicely together the wooden and natural colors of the eggs and baskets add a modern touch to it.
Don’t you love these vintage Easter baskets?
I found them both at thrift stores for about a $1.00 or less each.
One of my favorite things to do is look for high-quality timeless items to decorate with at thift stores.
I’ve found some great peices over the years and love to incorporate them in to my decor.
This year my entryway table was very easy to decorate.
I only needed the following supplies:
Supply List for this Bunny and Carrot Entryway Decor
Entryway table— John Richard Fine Furniture product code EUR-01-0152 It was originally $3,500 but I got it off local classifieds for $225.00
DIY Carrot Bunting tutorial on how to make this here.
20 Dollar Tree jute carrots if sold out there are similar here
24 Wooden eggs about 2.28 inches. I bought 48 these last year from SallyFashionStore on Amazon for multiple Easter decorations including these mod podge Easter napkin eggs and this tulip arrangement.
2 Vintage Easter baskets. I found mine for a few cents at thrift stores, or you can try online here.
Wreath that matches. You can get the tutorial on how to make this Bunny Carrot Easter Wreath here.
tissue paper to stuff the baskets with.
This decoration only took a few minutes to arrange, here’s how I arranged it…
How to Put Together This Bunny and Carrot Entryway Decor
First I hung this carrot pipe cleaner bunting on the entryway table that I made last year for my Easter mantel.
Then, I placed two vintage Easter baskets that I’ve found at thrift stores on both sides of the table.
I filled the baskets with some green tissue paper, wooden eggs, jute wrapped carrots and a moss bunny or two.
Then I placed wooden eggs, carrots, and bunnies in piles and scattered them around on the entryway table.
When I put the decor up on the table I scattered it around so that there was height, varrious piles and groupings, and odd numbers in groupings to add interest.
After I was done arranging this decoration, I knew that I needed something above the table for the empty wall space.
So, I made this wreath to match it.
You can get the tutorial and watch the video on how to make this Bunny Carrot Easter Wreath here.
Total Cost for this Bunny and Carrot Entryway Decor
I had everything that I used for this entry way table from past Easter holidays in my large Easter storage totes.
I did have to make the wreath to match it but since I had everything for that as well, this entryway decor was free for me to set up.
I reuse and repurpose Easter holiday decorations each year. It’s a great way to save money and inspire creativity.
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