Easter Mantel Decor – fabric carrots, burlap bunny banner, lanterns, free printable carrot signs and more! A fun and colorful mantel that is perfect for spring!
CARROTS FOR EASTER
Last year I found some darling jute wrapped carrots and a string of carrots at Joann’s, and I just had to have them! I used them as inspiration for my Easter mantel decorations. I love the bold and happy green and orange colors!
I tied three of the jute wrapped carrots together and hung them in the middle of my wreath. I strung white, orange, and green wool felt balls on a piece of cotton twine and hung it above the wreath on my “pallet” sign.
You can make the wood pallet sign by following my easy tutorial. Don’t worry, you don’t actually need a pallet!
Several years ago I posted a tutorial for fabric carrots, and they were perfect with all the other decorations, so I pulled those out.
And of course I had to design a couple of carrot patch Easter printables to go in my 5″ farmhouse frames. You can download them below.
I found the moss bunny burlap banner at Home Goods, and I love it! Those cute pom pom tails are so fun!
I placed one of my dough bowls in the middle of the mantel, then placed a frame on each side. The lanterns are from Kirklands.
It’s hard to see because of the reflection, but inside the lanterns are candle holder filled with green moss stones.
I’ve included the carrot Easter signs for you to download. One says “Carrot Patch”, and the other says “Farm Fresh Carrots”. I got my 5×5 frames at Rodworks, but you can find them here online: 5″ WHITE FRAME.
I got the two wood cutout bunnies at TJ Maxx. On the very edges of the mantel, I covered two easter eggs with moss and placed them in tiny porcelain egg cups.
Simple, but beautiful!
MORE 5″ PRINTABLES:
- Clover Printable (for St. Patrick’s Day)
- Merry and Bright Sign
- Square Art Prints (for Valentine’s Day)
MORE EASTER IDEAS:
For these Easter printables, here’s what you need to do . . .
- Click on the link below and download the file.
- Print them off either at home on white cardstock, or at any printer. (I personally like getting my prints done at Costco so I can just pick them up when I shop there.)
- Cut out the prints with a pair of sharp scissors.
- Put them into your frames and hang them on the wall or place them on the shelf. Enjoy your new Easter decor!