You can make this simple DIY Easter Egg Wreath very quickly and inexpensively. It’s a gorgeous way to decorate your home for Easter!
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DIY Easter Egg Wreath
I just love Easter Egg Crafts! This simple wreath is a fun way to spruce up your home! It’s so simple and uses many items that you can purchase from the dollar store.
We have so much fun with Easter decorations and the kids love to help! I let them sort the eggs into colors and they hand me the eggs so I can glue them on the wreath.
You can use an assortment of eggs or try pastel eggs or even all one color. So many options to suit your house and decor!
I even made one for my daughter’s room because she loved it so much. If you have a new baby, this would also be precious to make for the nursery and do in all blue or all pink or pastel! So cute!
We also love these Quick and Easy Easter Crafts for Kids. So many fun ideas for the family to do together.
And of course decorating eggs are the most fun with these 25 Frugal Easter Egg Decorating Ideas! Have you tried dying with Kool-Aid?
So fun! Oh I just can’t wait to get started!
You might also like to make this Easy Paper Butterfly Craft for Kids! So Cute !
Let’s learn how to make this easy Easter egg wreath diy!
Tips to make Easter egg wreath:
It seems I always need more glue than I realize. It’s not fun to run out mid project….
We used a 12″ grapevine wreath but you can use whatever size you prefer. Just keep in mind if you use a larger wreath form that you will need to increase the amount of eggs.
You can use regular Easter grass but I think the paper shreds hold up better and don’t shed as bad. You can use other colors but I love the green!
I find it really helpful to put down a piece of an old card board box or old tablecloth before doing this project. The grass can easily get scattered and this way I just fold it up and toss the cardboard.
Or if you have an old table cloth, it’s easy to pick up and dump the excess into the trash can. I actually have an old tablecloth I use just for my crafting.
So handy and makes clean up a breeze. Since I don’t have a designated craft room this works wonderful for me.
What ideas do you have for easy clean up? I am always looking for clever ideas!
- 12″ grapevine wreath form
- 26 (or more) plastic Easter eggs
- hot glue and hot glue gun
- green shredded paper/bag filling
How to make Easter wreath with plastic eggs:
Gently tap each one and if one is loose, add additional hot glue.
3. In the vacant spaces on the wreath, add dollops of hot glue and press small handfuls of shredded paper into the glue. Don’t worry about making sure all of the paper sticks into the hot glue. It won’t!
4. Continue to add paper shreds until the entire form is covered. Gently comb through the paper with your fingers making sure to remove any loose pieces.
Add glue and paper to any spaces that you may have missed or that are lacking paper. Hang as desired on front door.
We use a wreath hanger to easily display these on the front door. I love this one because I can change it for each season or you can just pick up a plain one.
They all work just as well. 🙂 But isn’t that little butterfly darling for Spring!!!
It is perfect to hang Easter flower wreaths!
Another idea for this pretty wreath is to use it as a candle wreath centerpiece. Put a large candle or hurricane inside and you have an instant centerpiece for your table!
Beautiful! So many ideas for this DIY Easter Egg Wreath!
Do you love Easter Egg Crafts as much as we do?
It’s so much fun to spruce up the house for each season. I’m also thinking about trying this DIY Peep Wreath!
How cool to make a wreath out of Easter peeps! Plus, they make them in so many fun colors.
I’m definitely going to have some arts and crafts time this weekend. 🙂 Head to the craft store and get started!
Now that you know how to make an Easter egg wreath, it is so easy!
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Oh and we also make these Easter Basket Cupcakes. We do this each and every year and it’s such fun memories for our children.
It’s amazing how they remember all of this and what we do. Truly the “little” things are the big things! Such precious memories!
Enjoy this time with your family creating new things. Just remember it doesn’t have to be perfect. Just have fun and enjoy! That is what it’s about.
We also make Easter Bunny Cupcakes each year! These are just adorable with the big fluffy bunny ears.
We use a pretty stand or platter or alternate the cupcakes. Gorgeous! So many fun ways to get ready for each season!
Do you have a favorite tradition or memory you do year after year?
Try these Spring wreath ideas:
Learn How to Make a Burlap Wreath. This wreath is super easy to make and turns out gorgeous for less than $15!
Learn how to make a candy wreath that everyone will love. This easy candy wreath is so fun and a great gift idea for any occasion.
Learn how to tie dye Easter Eggs with shaving cream. It is so simple and very frugal to make shaving cream Easter eggs!
It is so easy and frugal to make homemade bubbles and your kids will have a blast.