Join us at A Very Global Easter series and find globally inspired Spring DIYs and decor ideas like a Tassel and Washi Egg Easter Tree with Eucalyptus branches.
Hi there! Welcome to day 2 of A Very Global Easter! If you are new to this series, Stephanie from Casa Watkins Living and I are teaming up to share 7 straight days of globally inspired decor and DIYs for Easter. Yesterday we started with free printable art and today the theme is DIY Easter Trees!
DIY Easter Tree with Tassels, Eucalyptus, and Washi Eggs
For my global inspiration, I used tassels and DIY Japanese washi eggs from last year. I’ve been dying to use eucalyptus branches in my decor so I decided this was the perfect excuse to purchase some!
What you need for a global DIY Easter tree:
- Washi Plastic Eggs (You can find the easy DIY dollar store washi eggs HERE)
- Bakers String
- Hot Glue
I used supplies from my craft bin but they were all from the 100 yen store (our local dollar store).
Here’s how to create an Eucalyptus Easter tree:
- First cut the bakers string into 6 inch pieces and tie a loop through each tassel.
- Cut additional pieces for the eggs but tie the loop first.
- Secure a loop to each egg with a dot of hot glue.
- Hang your tassels and washi eggs on the eucalyptus branches and enjoy the festive Easter tree.
Mine turned out just how I envisioned and I love that I can keep using the eucalyptus branches in the future. I did spend a little more on the faux branches to get some that looked really nice but both stems were still under $15.
Let’s go check out Stephanie’s gorgeous Global Style Easter Tree Centerpiece, shall we?
Remember to stop by tomorrow for more globally influenced Easter DIYs!
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