Back when I started this blog, this Easter Egg Wreath was one of my very first tutorials. Like one of the first three projects I ever did for the blog. It’s a very simple Spring project that will brighten up your front door and it’s very easy to make! Today I am updating this post with a couple of new pictures and tips on how to make this easy Easter Egg Wreath:
It’s pretty to easy to make. It only took me about 30 minutes and I love how it turned out!! It’s a great Easter or Spring decoration.
Easter Egg Wreath Tutorial:
- Styrofoam Wreath form (any size you want)
- Plastic Easter Eggs (I used about 55. It will depend a little bit on the size of your wreath.)
- Hot glue
Grab all your supplies:
I recommend doing one batch around the wreath and then go around once more adding them to the outer bottom to fill in some of the blanks.
When you are done, cut a piece of ribbon about 12 inches long and loop it in half. Glue the raw edges on the back so that it forms a way to hang it from your door. Let it all dry and you are done!
Here’s a peek at my original version. Maybe you will like the bright colors better. Do whatever you like best!