Easter Egg Wreath DIY

Since Easter is fast approaching (March 27!!!) I decided it was finally time to trade in my winter pine wreath and candy cane welcome sign for something festive, and of course, full of glitter. So I decided to make an Easter Egg wreath for my front door. There are a ton of way to adapt this to your own colors and style, and that’s one thing that I love about this, and making door decorations in general.

Easter Egg Wreath DIY

To make this, first you’ll need a couple things:

A styrofoam wreath
glitter eggs(I picked up these large ones on clearance last year for 25 cents(SCORE!!), but there are other ones out there that are different sizes and colors)
Hot Glue
A super cute accent(I used this cute little wooden bunny I picked up from Hobby Lobby, but you can find your own cute accent to perfect your wreath)
Easter grass (I went the plastic route because it’s more weatherproof than paper)

Easter Egg Wreath DIY

The first thing that you want to start with is gluing down your eggs, then go ahead and place on your accent. After the accent and eggs, start gluing on your easter grass. If you need to “stuff” some grass in between the eggs, use a pencil or dow rod to help. You’ll have a pretty shaggy looking wreath when you’re done but no worries. You can just give it a little hair cut. Trim off some of the easter grass thats hanging down too much or looking a little too crazy. That’s it! Just place it on your door and bask in its glory. 

Easter Egg Wreath DIY

Well I hope I’ve inspired you to get out there and get your decor headed on the easter train, and create something wonderful. Have a wonderful Saturday everyone! Tell me, what sort of awesome plans do you have for Easter?

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