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Three Cross Centerpiece
When we think of spring, most people are reminded of things like bunnies, birds, flowers, and colorful eggs. Decorating with items like this breathes new life into our homes after winter ends, and is also cheerful and kid-friendly. Since, after all, Easter is a Christian holiday, you may decide that you would like to decorate with one or two home accessories that reflect your faith. Take a cue from these bloggers, who have crafted their own religious Easter accessories using symbols of faith such as crosses and scripture.
Three Cross Centerpiece
A simple and rustic trio of crosses made out of twigs symbolizes the scene on Calvary. Combined with spring grass, this box makes a great centerpiece for an Easter meal or could be displayed on a mantel.Continue to 2 of 10 below.
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Twig Cross Wreath
This DIY door decoration is a simple declaration of faith. Made out of twigs and softened with Easter lilies, this unique wreath is definitely inexpensive to make, too!
Twig Cross Wreath from Cheerios and LattesContinue to 3 of 10 below.
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Cross and Moss Terrarium
Terrariums made with ferns or succulents are trendy right now, and it's easy to make your own. If you already have one, simply insert a wooden cross for an homage to Easter, or create one from scratch using moss and a glass hurricane. (Hurricanes are often available at the dollar store, making this another inexpensive DIY accessory.)Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Moss Covered Cross
Moss is a common element of springtime decor, and you can find it at craft stores or the dollar store. This pretty cross was covered in moss and could be displayed just about anywhere as an Easter reminder.
Moss Covered Cross from It's OverflowingContinue to 6 of 10 below.
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He Has Risen Pillow Cover
You can buy religious pillow covers from places like Etsy, or this one from Dear Lillie. But if you would like to use your own favorite passage from the Bible or lyrics from a hymn, you can customize your own pillow using this freezer paper stenciling technique.Continue to 8 of 10 below.
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Free Easter PrintableContinue to 10 of 10 below.
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Twine Covered Cross
Finally, this simple foam cross was wrapped in sisal cording for a rustic look. Hang it on the front door, place it on your mantel, or incorporate it into a gallery wall for a profession of your faith that can be displayed all year round, not just at Easter-time.