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15 Decor Ideas Of Easter In Blue

Fri, Mar 16, 2012 | Decorating | By Kate |

Blue is not a typical color for Easter decorations, but why not to try? If you are not ready to use blue everywhere, you can just add some, for example, napkins, tablecloth or take blue and green tableware. Paint the eggs blue with some pattern or without; put them in nests or baskets. Of course, you can make a precious centerpiece of blue flowers, candles or eggs, or all of them together. If you have a simple dinner, you can put the food into blue baskets or containers. Blue garlands and other decorations like wreaths would add charm to your space. Happy Easter!

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