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Easter Wreath Tutorial

This week we’re making an Easter wreath. It might be a little crazy that I am already thinking of Easter decorations but when I see all of the Easter goodies out in the stores it’s hard to resist.  I have come to love making wreaths for my front door, which is odd because I was never really a fan of them before.

Easter wreath

I made a wreath for Christmas and was hooked so I decided to make an Easter one too. It is super cute and SUPER easy but it takes a bit of time to do it so make sure you allow yourself at least an hour for this project.

Easter wreath

What you’ll need:

Take your eggs and glue them all around the front of your wreath, you will need to put a good amount of hot glue on each and hold them for a minute before moving on to the next one.

Easter wreath

You can do them in whatever color pattern you like. I did a row of big ones on the front and side of the wreath and then added some of the paper “grass” to fill in all of the open spots and the inside of the wreath. Once I was done all of that I decided to add the little eggs on top for some height.

Easter wreath

I decided to just sit this wreath on our shelf for now, when it gets closer to Easter I will add some nice ribbon and hang it on our front door.

Easter wreath

You may also like this DIY EASTER DRESS

DIY Easter Dress

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Carmel O'Rourke

Tuesday 23rd of February 2016

Where do I get the plastic eggs?

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Tuesday 23rd of February 2016

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Friday 11th of April 2014

Love love love this great Easter idea!!

Erin McGrath

Wednesday 2nd of April 2014

I love this! Definitely have to make it with my daughter :)


Thursday 21st of March 2013

Love this idea! I always love the look of holiday wreaths but I wasn't sure where to start. We have loads of eggs and plastic grass here so I'd like to give this one a try. Thanks for the idea!

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Tuesday 19th of March 2013

[...] in the spirit of Easter I created a wreath. I saw this tutorial and made my version. It is super easy to make! All you need is plastic eggs, fake grass, cardboard, [...]