DIY Easter Wreath
Here is an easy to create DIY Easter wreath using things you may already have around the house and inexpensive things from the craft or dollar store. I love to reuse items to create my designs whenever I can because it is less expensive and I think it makes things more interesting. For this wreath, I cut out a Styrofoam circle from a piece of I had from a shipping box and used real eggshells from blown out eggs. It looks natural and beautiful and so different from wreath you can buy in the store. It also like a beautiful wreath you would buy at a high end store for a fraction of the cost.
Here’s how to make my Easter Wreath.
Materials for the Easter Wreath:
- Large Piece of Styrofoam
- White Glue
- Green Paint
- Flowers and Leaves
- Two Blown out Eggs
- Hot Glue Gun
Directions for the Easter Wreath:
Draw two circles on to Styrofoam as shown above.
Cut out with a craft knife.
Paint the edges of the circle to seal.
Paint the circle green with acrylic paint.
Glue moss onto the top of the circle.
Attach leaves with a hot glue gun.
Arrange flowers on the wreath and attach with hot glue.
Attach eggs, ribbon and a bow. Here is my wreath on display at an Easter TV segment from WBAL, NBC affiliate in Baltimore, Maryland.