Thanks so much to all of the fantastic artists who linked up here last Monday! There were so many fantastic Spring and Easter Subway Art printables submitted that it was extremely difficult to narrow it down to just the 10 best! So I might have added a bonus (kinda like a baker’s dozen… it’s the Momof 6 Top 10!) So without further ado, here are the Ten Best Free Easter & Spring Subway Art Printables!
Easter Subway Art
I enjoy using these beautiful art prints as part of a mantle display, and for Easter I paired them up with tissue paper pom-poms nestled in flower pots and this adorable “Happy Easter” polka-dot banner.
In the kitchen I displayed 4 gorgeous spring prints on the wall, and underneath I displayed 3 bell jars stocked full of jelly beans and chocolate covered eggs (I seriously doubt that these jars will remain this full through the Easter season!), along with this sweet mesh bunny stuffed with pastel egg candles given to me one Easter by my good friend Lisa.
Easter and Spring Subway Art
In the dining room I prefer to use a slightly more formal display…. but that’s mainly because I have a nice wide, perfectly flat mantle to work with! So here I am using my tall candy jars filled with plastic eggs and easter candy, a sweet bunny statue, a set of hot pink beeswax candles that I love, and a few more of my tissue paper pom-poms all accompanied by three beautiful art prints.
Decorating with Plastic Easter Eggs
Over the years we have accumulated a rather large stash of plastic easter eggs, gathered from various easter egg hunts held by our town. And at the end of the Easter season, I just toss them all into large shopping bags with the intention of sorting them before the start of the next Easter season. And like everything else in our basement, they just continued to accumulate and grow and grow and grow. Until the “big basement clean out“, when I gathered together all of the bags waiting for just this weekend to have the kids and I all work together to sort them out, put together matching ends and find “just the good ones” to keep…. and display! I assembled a half-dozen big bowls of plastic eggs nestled in brightly colored Easter grass. I think they look fantastic all over the house…. and of course- these springtime decorations didn’t cost me a thing!