Fun And Easy DIY Easter Egg Wreath
I am always looking for great, fun and easy ways to celebrate holidays. You can find tons of Easter Wreaths with a simple Google search, so I decided to create one with materials I already had on-hand in my craft closet! This fun and easy DIY Easter egg wreath was so easy peasy, fun, and cost less than $5 to make! I used a wreath that I picked up on clearance at Walmart after Christmas that was made out of straw. Although the straw wreath worked great for this project, I probably wouldn’t use this again because it was a bit messy. You can use anything you want. You could even use a piece of strong cardboard cut into a circle. You just need something sturdy that the plastic eggs will stick to. I just so happened to have this glitter “M” in my craft closet too, so I used it. You could make the wreath without the letter. You could even use ribbon or, really, anything you want to decorate your wreath.
Gather your supplies:
- Any craft wreath (I used straw, but you could use anything you want that is sturdy in the shape of a wreath)
- Plastic Easter eggs
- Decorations (I used a glitter “M” for Mouton, but you could use anything you like, bows, ribbon, candy, the possibilities are endless)
- Hot glue sticks
- Hot glue gun
Get to crafting:
- Glue the eggs in, at least, three rows to give a good width to the wreath.
- Glue the eggs around the entire wreath or you can leave an open spot to decorate with bows, Easter grass, ribbon, candy, or anything that makes it personal for you 😀
- Hang it up and enjoy! I used our Christmas wreath hanger and it worked perfectly!