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Glitter Easter Bouquet for under $15

Whitney Watkins

2 min read

Mar 5



Create a stunning Glitter Easter Bouquet for under $15 with this easy DIY guide. Perfect for a beautiful and inexpensive centerpiece that lasts year after year!

Glitter Easter Bouquet for under $15

I love a beautiful fresh flower arrangement as my table centerpiece. However, sometimes I decorate way before the holiday and want my decor to last. I don't want to have to redo and refresh multiple times throughout the month. March is a very busy month for us and I just do not have the time or head space to worry about flowers. Sometimes, I'm lucky to water myself much less flowers! Also, it's a very difficult time to find good looking flowers around here. So instead, this year I created this fun and glittery Easter Bouquet with products I found at my local Dollar Tree and Walmart. Best of all, it cost me less than $15 and if I actually take my time and pack them up right I'll be able to use them again next year.

Glitter Easter Bouquet using items from Dollar Tree and Walmart

What you'll need:

This Glitter Easter Egg Bouquet was created using items I found at my local Dollar Tree and Walmart. Here is what you'll need and where I found them.

Tall clear vase I already had, any shape will work. My Dollar Tree also had glass vases that would work perfectly for this so be sure to check if you don't have one on hand.

Dollar Tree

  • 6 bundles of glitter eggs/grass, varying color

  • 1 package small eggs on wooden sticks

  • 1 package large eggs on wooden sticks

  • "Happy Easter" Ribbon


  • bright pink Easter grass

  • 2 glitter bunnies

Glitter Easter Bouquet for under $15

How to:

Place easter grass in to clear vase filling about half way. Do not pack it in tight or it'll be difficult to put eggs in, it will pack down as you fill it. Arrange glitter eggs w/ grass, followed by large eggs and then small eggs. Place glitter bunnies in middle. Finish filling with easter grass around the edges by gently pushing arrangement over and stuffing it in to cover up sticks. Tie ribbon around vase.

Click HERE for a full video tutorial.

So easy to do! This took me all of 15 minutes and cost less than $15. That's holiday decor I think we can all handle!

If you make your own Glitter Easter Bouquet be sure to snap a picture and tag me or #simplyextralife so I can see your beautiful holiday decor!

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