A Country Easter

With (hypothetical) Spring in the air and Easter to celebrate this weekend, my kids and I needed some country-esque decorating inspiration. As such, we turned to Pinterest and found a few cool ideas we thought we’d share with you. After all, a snow storm outside plus time off school means this household needs a few crafts to keep everyone happy.

First up was a tablescape for our Easter dinner. With its peat moss and bunny features, this one from Nora Murphy Country House is a favorite:

Next up were the eggs. These ones caught our eyes…

As found on Pinterest

and the same with these…

As found on Pinterest

…or these are adorable.

As found on Pinterest

However in reality, this is more our style:

The Easter Bunny also has some work to do, to help the kids gather their eggs after the Easter egg hunt. This is an adorable idea for the little horse lovers in your lives!

Speaking of Easter egg hunts, I’ve always wanted to do this. Just not sure this is the year for it…

In whatever capacity you celebrate Easter, we hope you have a wonderful weekend!


  1. Love the Easter Bucket list. I remember an Easter when it was still snowing outside, and cold, and we went “camping”. The Easter bunny left his “chocolate droppings” in the snow, and you followed them all the way to the Easter baskets and goodies, hidden in the trees……and your sister went fishing in her nightgown and her rubber boots, and fell in the ice cold lake……and your brother laughed, and laughed……and he found all the goodies before you did…… My Easter Bucket list……. but all we saw was horse pies, no horses.