As much as I love to decorate, I usually do not display very many Easter decorations around our home. Perhaps if we had kids it would be worthwhile but we usually keep it very simple. Just some Annalee dolls here and there (with thanks to my BFF and her mom) and some pretty flowers in a crystal vase.
After seeing some uniquely-shaped topiaries, I'm seriously considering expanding my horizons with these cute finds. The topiary in the shape of a basket is a nature-friendly way of decorating for Easter. You could include decorated eggs in the basket and use it as a centerpiece for the table.
How about a topiary bunny to greet your guests at the front door? If you have decorative cabbage growing in your garden, wouldn't it be adorable to place the bunny sitting next to it, pretending to eat the cabbage.
Getting back to eggs, decorative ones would look great in this topiary nest. If you are hosting an Easter egg hunt, you could place this nest in a low spot in a tree and hide a couple eggs there.
And if you want to bestow an Easter gift that lasts beyond the holiday itself, live topiaries are certainly a nice option.
OK, I am ready for Spring. The real question is, are we ready for yard work?