Easter Wreath DIY Project for Your Front Door


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DIY Easter Wreath

easter wreath

Wreaths are a cute way to decorate for the holidays and this Easter wreath is super simple to make! I made this wreath in about 20 minutes! I used a wreath form, some plastic eggs, ribbon, tulle, and a glue gun.

Cut (12) 6 inch pieces of tulle and tied them at their center on the form. The push the knots as close together as possible. Pull the ends of the ends of the  tulle forward to create a full bow. Tulle is very easy to fluff and the ends can be trimmed if needed.

Using the glue gun, attach the plastic eggs to the frame in your desired pattern. I opted to use my low temp glue gun just to be sure I didn’t melt the eggs.

Add ribbon and other decorations as desired to finish. This is the fun part! Once you have your “base” set up, let your imagination and creativity flow. There is no wrong way to making these. Make it any way you want!

Depending on how low you need the wreath to hang from your hook, create a ribbon loop and secure it to the wreath frame with the glue gun. I have a Command hook on my door that is perfect for hanging my wreaths.

Wreaths can be made in all sorts of sizes and for any holiday or season! Dress up your front door with a one of a kind creation. You could even let the older kids get in on the action and make wreaths for grandparents, aunts and uncles, and even teachers for the holidays!

~Shanna

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