What’s the Project? When Spring finally arrives, it’s nice to shout it from the rooftops…or from your front door with a cute Easter wreath. This one is easy to make and looks so festive and fun hanging in your home or door to greet your guests and Spring. Learn how to make it.
A year ago I got ambitious and decided I’d like to make a nice Easter wreath for my door. I went to the craft store, bought a wreath form, some little flowers, some cute eggs, and I was ready. I don’t remember what happened, but I never got that wreath made. That’s life right?
I’ve got to say that I am no less busy this year, in fact, having gone back to school, I am way busier now than I was then, but I’ve also noticed that sitting down to craft is a good stress reliever for me (and sometimes more fun than doing stats), so I was hoping to fit in some wreath making this year.
And this week I found the time and made this cute Easter wreath! Now it’s hanging happily from my front door, reminding me that it’s Spring! (Even if it is supposed to snow this week.)
How I love little flowers in the Spring! In fact, this week I’ve been in Southern Utah, where it’s nice and warm and everything is in bloom and I couldn’t get enough of the tiny little flowers by the pool we were at.
I have to admit that I am not a huge wreath lover usually, but my Christmas wreath was my favorite, so I wanted to make something similar. And I have to admit that I also love my Easter wreath from a few years ago:
Anyway, I love how this wreath turned out. Want to make one of your own?
DIY Easter Wreath:
Here’s the lowdown on how to make this cutie!
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- Grapevine Wreath form like this one in whatever size you prefer
- Plastic eggs (I got mine at Hobby Lobby and they were similar to these. I just cut off the string.)
- Hot Glue
- Floral accents-I chose 3: pink flowers, white flowers and yellow flowers in a different size. I also used the greenery from my yellow flowers. You can pink whatever you love.
- Ribbon to hang it
I played around with this for a little bit to see what would work best and found that my best bet was to hot glue my eggs on first where I wanted them and then to fill in with greenery and flowers after that.
After gluing the eggs, I cut off bits of the floral accents and glued them in all around the eggs until I liked the look.
Now, I did it so that the whole wreath wasn’t full, but just the bottom left 2/3 or so. You can totally fill the whole thing up if you prefer it that way! I couldn’t decide which I liked better. What do you think?
I hope you love making this cute Easter wreath!
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