Introduction: DIY Easter Egg Wreath

This DIY Easter Egg Wreath is the perfect decoration for any Easter occasion! Also, this could make an awesome gift. So let's begin!


Step 1: Gathering the Supplies

Supplies you will need:

-A bag of 36 plastic Easter eggs (I showed 2 bags of 36 plastic eggs when I only needed one bag.)
-A Cereal Box
-Hot Glue Gun & Glue Sticks 
-A piece of wood
-Scissors

Step 2: Cutting the Circle

Now it's time to cut out the circle from the cereal box.
I opened up the cereal box completely so it's a big piece of cardboard and cut out a circle. 
Then I poked a hole in the middle with my scissors and cut out a smaller circle in the big circle so it's like a donut shape.

Step 3: Glueing the Plastic Eggs On

Time to glue the plastic eggs onto the cardboard circle we just cut out! 
Plug in the hot glue gun and put the glue gun onto the piece of wood and let it heat up.
Once the hot glue gun has heated up put a glue stick in it and take a plastic egg and simply glue the plastic egg to the cardboard.
Continue gluing the plastic eggs onto the cardboard circle until most the the circle is covered with eggs.

Use your scissors to cut small pieces of the cardboard circle off so it looks like the eggs are completely covers the cardboard. It should look like there is no back to the eggs when there really is.

Step 4: Finishing

Unplug the hot glue gun, and let it cool off. Clean up your work area. Then take your new Easter egg wreath and hang it on your door for the perfect easter decoration. Enjoy your new wreath!

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JoyJayKai made it!(author)2016-03-09

I LOVE THIS! I MADE IT! IT LOOKS BEAUTIFUL!

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creativity123 made it!(author)2014-04-22

Thank you! I'm glad you liked it!

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