Creating Easter Decor with Vintage Treasures

Updated: May 22

Does everybody have a stash of vintage items? Yes? No? Just me? I didn't think so. Using your vintage items in your Easter decor is easy. You just need to think out of the box or basically throw some eggs in anything that doesn't move. I have compiled a bunch of my Easter decor projects utilizing vintage items.


Click on the link to see the full post for each project.

Quilt and Bunny Egg Basket Fillers

These are cute and really easy to make if you have an old tattered quilt.

Non Traditional Easter Baskets

You can often find old silver-plate easily at thrift stores.



Oval Silverplate

This was a new one this year.

Boxed Easter Eggs



Vintage Spool Carrots

This one takes a little bit of work but the result is well worth the minimal effort required.

Potato Masher Easter Decor

You can even use you kitchen utensils as Easter decor.

Wooden Filing Box with Colorful Spools of Thread

This may be a stretch, but these resemble eggs—right?



This egg scale makes a perfect display for a colorful egg.

This cute little container makes a great nest for an egg.

A bunny is nested in this ceramic leaf bowl with spools of thread for "eggs".



This is more of a spring decor idea rather than specific to Easter. This old enamel teapot is a beautiful green color. It is missing the top percolator part, but that just makes it a perfect vase.

A bunch of Spring flowers fits perfectly!


I hope this inspires you to look at what you already may have to use for seasonal decor. Have a blessed Easter!



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Whether my junk is from a garage sale, estate or farm auction, flea market or the side of the road, I love to find it, fix it, clean it, sell it or keep it. So come along the backroads of Indiana with Junk is My Life (me), let's find something vintage and do something cool with it! Formerly Junk Journal.