We made this Easter wreath last year (prior to starting the blog), but still get so many compliments on it that we thought it deserved its own post. This wreath is so easy to make, even if you’ve never made a wreath before, you’ll be able to make this!
(This post contains affiliate links. For more information, click here.)
You can use any size wire wreath frame, we used an 18″ frame. We removed the heads of the hydrangea flowers from their stems. The flowers stay together in bunches when removed from the stems. We then attached the flower bunches to the wreath using floral wire. We needed 26 flower bunches to finish our wreath, but depending on how full your flowers are, you may need more or less.
The eggs we used are pre-decorated styrofoam eggs we purchased from JoAnn Fabrics. You could also use ordinary plastic Easter eggs. Our styrofoam eggs came with a ribbon attached to one end, and that’s how we attached them to our wreath.
If you’re using plastic eggs, look for eggs with one or two holes in the bottom.We found plastic eggs with two holes in the bottom at the dollar store and our local grocery store. If you can find eggs with two holes, just run a ribbon or string through the holes and then tie to the wreath form.
If you have plastic eggs with one hole, fold your string in half, push the middle (folded section) of the string through the hole, then tie a knot on the inside of the egg. This way you will have both loose ends of your string on the outside of the egg so you can tie it to the wreath. You may also want to glue your plastic eggs shut before attaching to the wreath.
And that’s all it takes to create a simple, festive Easter wreath!
If you make a version of this craft, we’d love to see it! Please share with us in our comment section or upload a picture to our Facebook page and we may highlight your craft in a future post!
Are you on Pinterest? Click here to follow us!