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Easy Easter Wreath

Easy is the name of the game when it comes to holiday decorating for busy people right? We want to be able to have time for it all yet we should still be able to decorate and enjoy each of the holidays. This week’s craft is all about easy and super cute, it’s the Easy Easter Wreath! It’s a craft you can make with your kids or have some friends over for some crafting fun!

Easy Easter Wreath

Here’s what you’ll need:

Easter Wreath Supplies

  • Wreath (any kind will work)
  • Plastic Easter Eggs
  • White feather boa or furry garland of sort
  • Hot Glue Gun/Glue
  • Piece of string to hang wreath
  • Scissors (if you need to cut the fluffy garland)

Begin by letting your hot glue gun get warm. Make sure each of the Easter eggs are closed properly. You’ll be gluing them onto the wreath. They can pop open at any time so make sure to add the glue at the seam. As you can see in the image below I added the eggs at the bottom of the wreath. This is your wreath, feel free to get even more creative with how you want it to look. I considered adding a wire hanger to the supplies to add bunny ears. So that’s an option or idea for you!

Easter Wreath Collage 1

Tie the string of ribbon at the top of your wreath to hang by like so:

Hanging Easter Wreath Collage

By adding the furry white around it looks like a cute bunny. Super easy right?!

Here’s a few options to change yours up:

  • Make bunny ears with the boa
  • Use the Easter eggs all around the wreath instead of having the boa
  • Simplifie the wreath by just doing the white furry and add ears to make the shape of a bunny
  • Use your favorite color egg instead of different colored ones
  • Make your family initial with the eggs and place inside of the wreath
  • Use decorated eggs (the kids could help with this!)

Lots of great options to make your Easter wreath, a true original made by you!

If you make this craft please share it with us on social media using the #MMSCraft! We’d love to feature your crafts!

Happy Crafting!