Easy Easter Egg Wreath
At this time of year, when everything outside is still dull and brown, I feel the need to add touches of fun color to my home’s decor, like this easy Easter egg wreath that I’m sharing today.
This spring I feel the need more than ever. It feels good to be creating colorful things that will add some cheer to my home.
Because I’m staying home these days, I had everything I needed for this project already.
I love all the colors of these plastic Easter eggs, and I already turned some of them into decoupaged Easter eggs.
In this easy wreath project I’m using a bunch more.
I’ve always got a stash of wreath forms of all kinds because I never know when I’ll get the urge to create something.
For this project I’m using a 12″ styrofoam wreath form.
With the help of my very used hot glue gun this project will be pretty easy to do.
The first thing I did was arrange my eggs by color, and I decided to simplify by using all the same size.
So that the wreath form isn’t visible between the plastic Easter eggs I wanted to use something to cover it.
I didn’t have any of that Easter grass stuff, so I went into my Christmas stash and found this sparkly white garland.
It has hints of pink, which I love.
I simply wrapped the garland around the wreath form, and secured it with some hot glue at the ends.
Then I glued eggs around the outside, varying the colors just in a way that I liked.
This is a project where you just wing the look as you go.
Then I went around the inside, and for the top I put the eggs at different angles to fit.
I found a bag of polka dotted eggs so of course I had to add some of those as well.
Thankfully they were the same size.
And here is my finished wreath.
Here’s a close up of it on my front door.
Supplies needed for Easy Easter Egg Wreath
- plastic Easter eggs
- pretty garland
- 12″ styrofoam wreath form
- glue gun
- glue sticks
VARIATION: If you don’t have plastic Easter eggs you could cut egg shapes out of cardboard and paint and decorate them, and then apply them to a circle wreath shape also cut out of cardboard.
It’s so fun how the white sparkly garland peeks out all over the place.
I used white because I knew I was going to be hanging it on my aqua blue door, but you could use any color you like.
This was a pretty easy project and it only took about two hours of glorious creative distraction, and that is something we all need these days.
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Thanks so much for reading, and until next time,