MAKE: An Elegant DIY Easter Egg Wreath.
I don’t know about you but I have spring fever. BAD!
I can’t wait for warmer weather and as a result, I started to create some crafts for spring. I recently spotted some plastic eggs at the craft store and knew I wanted to make a new wreath for the Easter season. You may remember that I made a similar wreath in the past and painted it white.
Watch this week’s video to find out how to make this simple wreath out of plastic eggs. I love how the dusting of gold spray paint over all of pastel shades adds a little elegance and pulls the look together! It feels so feminine and springy!
Watch the tutorial here: (and get the supply list below)
I love how the wreath turned out and can’t wait to hang it up this spring!
DIY EGG WREATH SUPPLY LIST
(similar to shown, links are affiliates)
- Plastic eggs (1 dozen large, 5-6 dozen small)
- 18 gauge wire
- White craft glue (like Aleene’s)
- Wire cutters and pliers
- Glue gun (I prefer a cordless one)
- Glue sticks
- Heat gun (or hair dryer)
- Gold spray paint
For more spring décor ideas, check out these prior DIY projects: