In the words of Taylor Swift, “I don’t know about you but I am feeling Easter 1982.” or something like that.
A little neon green, pink and blue will make you feel RAD like 1982. This Easter vignette started with these small plaques I found at Goodwill.
Pretty but not retro. That was an easy fix.
Dollar Tree has Easter decor made of tinsel. These are easy to take a part and use some of the parts. I used tinsel from the bunny and glued to the egg plaques. Also, painted the small basket and added the bunny ears.
i also picked up an Easter sign at Dollar Tree and added a rad touch of paint.
The big wood egg is also a Goodwill find that I painted.
Using what I had from previous parties, I pulled out a couple of banners and glittery picks I used for a party centerpiece.
I used a lamp shade as a vase. The chevron back drop is wrapping paper from Family Dollar.
Dollar Tree also has shiny, glittery Easter eggs. I added them to this triangle shelf from the Target Dollar aisle for $3.
So maybe Easter 1982 looked different than this because I am sure my mother had me in a pastel Easter hat and matching dress but now in 2019 this is my version of a retro inspired Easter.
Because holidays and decorating can be whatever you want them to be. With creativity and a few inexpensive finds that I could give a 1980’s retro makeover, my version of a super rad Easter was created.
Totally rad! Totally tubular! Totally Easter!
Always remember to Create.Share.Inspire!