I have been sifting through my old Easter postcards and thinking about different ways to display them. I love to surround myself with Easter Decor.
For a simply sweet display make one card your focal point and add a piece of scrumptious ribbon to curl around it, and accent it with small flowers and a few eggs.
I like to make copies of my originals onto cardstock, add a bit of glitter, and hang them from a pretty ribbon on an Easter tree, door handle or the back of a dining chair.
I love this idea of a wreath made from Jordan almonds hot glued onto a straw wreath base. The daffodil yellow is truly glorious. I think propping up a postcard next to the vase would be just the right finishing touch.
Seemingly random things can be brought together under a cloche. An old photo of a sweet girl in her Easter finest, a silver egg cup, a small bunch of flowers and an image cut from a postcard nestled into another sweet silver dish all work beautifully together.
TIP: If you don’t have a pedestal, recreate one with a plate and an overturned bowl.
I thought I might like a cloche over the new arrangement. It is easy enough to turn any old glass vase into a cloche by the addition of a votive cup and either a lamp finial or drawer pull.
Add some epoxy and voila a very inexpensive but cute cloche!