Rustic Easter décor is very popular because this is a cozy family holiday. Easter eggs are not only the main treat but also the main decoration for this day, so decorate them in rustic style. There are different ideas to make them look rustic: burlap, lace, twine, feathers, fabric and so on, let me share the most popular options.
Burlap And Twine
Burlap and twine are among the most popular rustic materials, so you can just cover the eggs with them. You can leave them as they are, or add vintage buttons, images, wooden decorations and so on. This way you can make the eggs both vintage and rustic, so they will fit two styles.
burlap Easter eggs are simple to make yourself
burlap eggs with buttons look messy and cute
burlap, lace and twine Easter eggs are very fast to make
twine eggs with lace and vintage buttons are vintage and rustic at the same time
twine covered Easter eggs with buttons and lace
twine and burlap Easter eggs
twine wrapped Easter eggs with wooden decorations
wooden Easter eggs with twine and flowers
Don’t like dying eggs? Cover them with moss! Add buttons, flowers, burlap, put them into tiny baskets or woven egg holders to achieve a cool rustic look. One more cute idea is to buy wooden eggs and decorate them with wire and moss, so the eggs will look industrial and rustic.
moss covered Easter eggs with twine, buttons and in nests
moss covered eggs with twine and pansies
wooden Easter eggs with wire and moss look both rustic and industrial
You can dye the egg in pastel colors and add speckle décor; dying eggs with all-natural products is a rustic idea, and you can add nature-inspired prints, too. If you don’t like dying, try rustic-inspired decals like a hen, a cock, a chicken, a bunny and so on. Another idea is attaching feathers to the eggs, such eggs look ethereal and super cute, not only rustic but also Scandinavian and modern.
Easter eggs with butterfly and bird decals instead of painting them
egg ornaments with twine and cock prints
feather Easter eggs will fit Scandinavian and rustic decor