Step 1: What You Will Need
Easter Eggs (I used the styrofoam eggs from the Dollar Tree)
Optional: Die cuts or accessories to embellish your wreath
Step 2: Getting the Wreath Base Ready
Once the wreath is covered, I removed the sticks from the eggs and layed them out around the wreath to get an idea of how they would be placed. This will make things a lot easier when you begin attaching the eggs.
Step 3: Attaching the Eggs
Once you are happy with how you will place the eggs, begin attaching them with hot glue. I tried to alternate the direction of the eggs as I place them around the wreath and make sure you are spreading the colors out as well.
Once all of the eggs were attached, I used some more glitter to make a loop to hang the wreath by. I secured this to the back of the wreath with stick pins.
If you wanted to, you could leave the wreath as it is for a great Easter decoration.