What’s the Project? This easy to make Easter egg wreath is easy to put together and will add the perfect touch of Spring to your front door! Use pastel colors or bright colors or whatever you choose to make this great Easter wreath!
I know it’s not quite Spring and Easter time yet, but the days are getting a little longer and March is in sight and I’ve got a little bit of Spring fever going on here, so I’m itching to start posting some Easter projects. And this is a good one to get started on because you can make it this week and then hang it on your door for March!
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! Now I am updating this post with a couple of new pictures and tips on how to make this easy Easter Wreath:
It’s pretty to easy to make. It only took me about 30 minutes (perfect amount of time to watch a show while you work) and I love how it turned out!! It’s a great Easter or Spring decoration.
Easter 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
Easter Egg Wreath Instructions:
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!
Super easy Easter egg wreath!
Tresea Hays says
This is such cute ideas. I’m going to try to make some for the kids at church kids. Thank you.
Misty Steininger says
Cute wreathe I used a metal frame and filled in with grass. Looks real good friends were real impressed by the creativity and bought all at the dollar tree. Cheap.
Hi! Love it!! How would you tie on a bow?
I guess just leave a spot for it and glue it on?
This is s cute! I love the bright colors and the eggs themselves. It’s such a fun idea to make them a wreath. And that DIY chick mason jar drives me crazy. It’s so creatively awesome!
Ha ha! Thanks!
Cat Bar says
I love your page. Always look forward to your posts.
Thank you! 🙂
Hello. Love this egg wreath! What I am wondering is if you could use tacky glue instead of a glue gun? Glue guns and I do not get along!! Thank you very much.
You probably could but it would take a long time because you would need to hold each egg in place while the glue dried.
Jean Koebelin says
I have a low heat glue gun. I burn my fingers terribly with a hot glue gun!
Is it legal to make 10 of these and sale to some friends???
Shanyia scott says
Thank u I will try that
Shanyia scott says
That’s cool I will try that thank u
sandy Brownlee says
The wreath is the cutest I’ve seen yet. I’m definitely going to try this. Thanks
Cori Foltz says
I Love The Egg Wreath… Hope to give it a try …..
love your ideaS thanks!!!
Can use easter grass to fill in holes in between eggs
Wrap the styrofoam with a pastel ribbon first so you don’t see that but the ribbon through the eggs, much more finished looking then. I would also add a big Easter theme print bow to it too.
Too cute! And smart to buy them on sale, after the season!
Meredith @ Wait Til Your Father Gets Home says
LOVE this!! Pinning it now 🙂
Gorgeous! Turned out great!