Introduction: Easter Egg Wreath
This wreath is very easy and inexpensive to make. It has great colors and will look great for your Spring and Easter decor.
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Step 1: What You Will Need
To make this, 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
Now, you will need to wrap your wreath in ribbon and use stick pins to secure the ribbon. This will help for the places where you can see through the eggs. You won't just see the wreath base, but will have ribbon there. You can use any color you choose. I used a shimmery green ribbon to cover my wreath.
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.
Step 4: Final Touches
To complete the wreath, I added a premade Bunny die cut and a banner that I made using the Cricut Expression Cutting machine. I used the Jubilee and Designer's Calendar cartridges to cut the banner and title. These were hot glued to the eggs.
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