Easter Egg Wreath DIY – Moss, Flowers and Eggs

Easter Egg Wreath DIY

Because I was totally in love with the Heart Wreath I posted these days I decided to post yet another Wreath for The Easter Egg. With the spring knocking at our doors, this is the best DIY Project to start with. Trust me you can’t go wrong with this Easter Egg Wreath, everyone who saw it absolutely loved it.

Easter Egg Wreath
Easter Egg Wreath

The combination between Grapevine Wreath, moss, eggs and small flowers is perfect for a Spring Wreath. It really brings the spring spirit up and makes you feel like you are in the middle of it. Above all, it is really beautiful and welcoming!

Materials needed

  • Grapevine Wreath
  • Moss
  • Painted Eggs
  • Flowers Stems
  • Hot Glue
  • Floral Ribbon
Pink Floral Ribbon

Start with adding the moss to the top of the wreath using hot glue. You need to be a bit careful when doing this. The glue will seep through the moss and you might burn yourself. You will need only one package of moss because you can tear it into 4 sections and wrap it around the Grapevine Wreath.

Grapevine Wreath and moss

After you are done with the moss you can start hot glue the eggs over the moss. There is no pattern, place the eggs as you feel and wish. However, make sure to distribute them even and somewhat symmetrical.

Easter Egg Wreath DIY

Now you can start to add the flowers to fill the empty space. Take some moss and hot glue it to hide any faux stems and gaps. However, make sure not to saturate it cause it will make it uglier, keep it clean and simple.

Easte Egg Wreath

Finally, make a bow from your ribbon and use wire to wrap it around the Easter Egg Wreath. In addition, in the back, you can hide some Flowers
Air Fresheners to make your Easter Egg Wreath even better! Thank you for reading this project, if you like it please feel free to pin it and share on facebook!

Easter Egg Wreath Diy

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