Bunnies, baby chicks, egg hunts and parades are all hallmarks of a traditional Easter.
With more outdoor activities than most holidays, this is the time of year for garden-inspired decorations.
To give your home an Easter theme all you need is a carton of eggs and a few bits and pieces from the pantry and craft aisle of the hardware store.
Blow out raw eggs and decorate with water-based paints or food dye.
Wrap them in twine and nestle them in a basket of cat grass and flowers as a centrepiece for your Easter table.
Make an egg mobile to hang up indoors or out and create nests of bright, beaded eggs as decorations.
TIP: For a longer-lasting centrepiece, use artificial grass and flowers.
Egg basket centrepiece step 1. Cut the balsa
Make a basket from 1mm thick balsa, add a base of 3mm corrugated plastic then decorate it with twine and fill it with real grass for a living table decoration.
TIP: Balsa is a light, flexible wood from hardware and hobby stores that is used for craft.
Step 2. Wrap the twine
Wind the twine around the balsa basket then tie off the ends and secure with a dab of adhesive.
Cut out a circle of corrugated plastic as a base.
Step 3. Position the cat grass
Put the grass in the base of the balsa basket, removing each plant from the pot first.
Trim the cat grass using scissors.