Spring into Easter Holiday Wreath Tutorial

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Out of all the holidays, Easter HAS to be my favorite one.  I blame it on the bright colors and adorable bunnies.

It is also the time of year for spring cleaning, putting away the winter gear and breaking out the sandals.  Who doesn’t love all of those things?  Ok, maybe I don’t completely love the spring cleaning but I do love how the house looks afterwards.

Of course, no holiday is complete without a holiday wreath.  This month, time is of the essence so I had to work with what I had and what made the most sense in the little amount of time I had.  The ‘Spring Into Easter Holiday Wreath’ came out super cute and took less than 5 minutes to put together.  I find it’s about finding the items that are already cute and then putting them all together to make one great piece.

So, Here’s how to put together this month’s “Spring into Easter Holiday Wreath.”

Easter Wreath

Supplies for the Spring Into Easter Holiday Wreath: 

5 Plastic Eggs (If you can’t find them with glitter, use glitter glue to make them more festive)

Vine Wreath (I found this one already in a soft teal shade but you can find a plain one and spray paint it or leave it the way it is for a more rustic look.)

Felt flowers

Glue gun and glue

(Check out the Valentine Wreath post for links to buy felt flowers and a vine wreath.)


Instructions for the Spring Into Easter Holiday Wreath: 


If your plastic eggs came with strings attached (like mine did) use a scissor to cut them off.

Egg Wreath

Using the hot glue gun, adhere the plastic eggs to the inside bottom of the wreath.

Easter Flower

Once the hot glue has dried, peel off the backing from the felt flowers.  Adhere the flowers around the bottom of the wreath to create a little cradle for the eggs.   If the flowers do not have a sticker backing, go ahead and use the hot glue gun.

Easter-Wreath-TutorialAnd you’re done!  How simple was that.  The super cute wreath takes only five minutes to put together!


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