With bright colors and DIY projects, this Easter Kids’ Table is the perfect place to welcome spring and celebrate Easter!
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Easter Kids’ Table
I am so excited to finally see these bright bold colors! I’m writing this post while watching snow fall from the sky! I know I’m not the only one who is ready for Spring! Living in an area that experiences all four seasons is wonderful, but I’m usually looking forward to the next season before the current one is over!
I was really happy to create this Easter Kids’ Table, because of all of the beautiful spring colors. I already had several of the items on the table, and I picked up the others from my favorite go to spots…the Target dollar spot and Michaels!
As usual, I covered my kids’ table in white craft paper that I keep on hand from Amazon. It’s the perfect table cover, because the kids can draw, paint, spill on it, and it’s totally ok! I just rip it off when it gets messy.
The next thing that I did was make my DIY watercolor chargers! I used some of my son’s crayola watercolor paint to make them, and I am so in love! I feel like you could take these to a whole new level! There’s no need to keep these for the kids’ table only! I’m sure the adults would be just as happy with some bright colors on their Easter table. I’ll be posting more about this DIY project soon! They were ridiculously easy to make and add such a statement to the Easter kids’ table. Want more easy DIY party projects? Visit my post “DIY Balloon Centerpieces!”
To make for some easy clean-up, I topped the DIY watercolor chargers with some paper plates and napkins! In order to make the plates and chargers pop against the white background, I mixed and matched the colors. It’s a bit unexpected, but definitely fun!
I found a bunch of things in the Target dollar spot this season…like every season! The egg garland that is hanging in the background, the bright colored “Happy Easter” sign, the pink chicks (How cute are they!), the colorful eggs to decorate, and lastly the bunny chair backs that I personalized, were all from Target! Run don’t walk if you want to find any of these items! They go so quickly! Why don’t the sell them online!? Grrrr…
The eggs in the green carton came with a set of markers to use to decorate the eggs. I thought this would be a fantastic activity for the Easter kids’ table! I always try to have an activity for the kids to do to keep them busy and have a little fun. Not only can they decorate their eggs, but they can also draw on the white craft paper that’s covering the table!
The “monogramed” bunny chair backs were a VERY EASY DIY project. Using one of my sticker sets, I spelled out my kids’ names and just stuck the letters onto the bunnies! Boom…done! If you really felt like getting crafty, you could totally make these bunny chair backs, but for a few dollars, I’m thrilled that I did not have to! Ha!
The paper fans from Michaels got added to the decor, as well as, the glass milk bottles and blue and white striped straws. Lastly, to complete the Easter kids’ table I put some blue bunny peeps on the milk bottles as a cute little garnish! I love decorating the kids’ table for different holidays and seasons! If you want to see another example, here is my “Easy Peasy Dr. Seuss Tablescape!”
Easter Kids’ Table
white craft paper | watercolor paint | pink paper dinner plates | green paper dinner plates | white paper dessert plates | blue paper napkins | white plastic utensils | glass milk bottles | blue and white striped straws | white wooden kid’s chair | alphabet stickers
Do you like using bright colors in your spring and Easter decorating or do you stick to pastels?? I love them both, but after a loooooooong winter, I chose bright pops of color!
If you like the colors in this post, you’ll love “A Pink & Cozy Reading Nook” and “Rainbow & Cloud St. Patrick’s Day Garland!”