Easter Egg Wreath
A fast and easy Easter Egg Wreath that anybody can make! Include a festive pinch of Spring to your front doors in minutes with two different versions of this Easter craft. Such a cute and astute way to use those additional plastic Easter eggs that you may have around the house or in your vacation storage! I think I’ve referenced before that I’m not actually a craft marvel. However, while on a walk toward the beginning of today with my youngest girl, I discovered inspiration for this Easter Egg Wreath! One of our neighbors had a festive Easter wreath on their front entryway. I balance wreaths for each occasion: Christmas, Halloween, fourth of July, and Valentine’s Day. But I didn’t have a wreath for Easter yet!
At that point, I recollected a lot of additional plastic eggs my relative had brought over last year and I had stuffed in the lobby closet. Also, for reasons unknown we had a couple metal wreath frames in the closet as well. I started getting more and more excited as I pondered it — I had additional pastel funnel cleaners… and a craft glue weapon — surely I could assemble something!
What You Need to Make an Easter Egg Wreath
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- Huge solid color plastic Easter eggs
- Small glitter Easter eggs
- Huge glitter Easter eggs
- Assorted example huge plastic Easter eggs
- Channel cleaners
- 12″ wire wreath outline
- Heated glue firearm
I previously had most of these items close by, but it should just cost about $15 to purchase these supplies. (Thrifty is always a plus for a craft as well!!)