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43 Stylish Easter Mantel Decorating Ideas

Tue, Feb 26, 2013 | Decorating | By Kate |

This year Easter isn’t so soon – in May but if you want to decorate the mantel not only in spring style but also with some pretty Easter touches, here are some ideas. Eggs are the first thing that we expect to see when we hear the word ‘Easter’. No matter if you take plastic or natural eggs, chicken or quail eggs – just paint them and use in wreaths or just out in a beautiful bowl. Spring flowers like daffodils will make a nice company for the eggs, so will rabbits, chicken and pretty animal porcelain figures. Add garlands and wreaths, some pictures and inscriptions of your choice, and voila – your stylish mantelpiece is ready!

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