To keep up with the seasonal changes on the inside of my house, my front door wreath gets updated about 6 times a year. Sounds expensive right?… Instead of buying a new wreath each time, I re-use the base & add materials I already have or get creative with the dollar store. Today I am sharing a budget savvy do-it-yourself Easter wreath that was very easy to make.
With these materials you can make any design you choose, like evenly spreading the eggs around the wreath. My personal taste is to off-center the focal point & to keep it simple, as also demonstrated in a prior wreath DIY post. In the below pic, the eggs were cut off a long strand of purple garland purchased from the Dollar Tree, & the Spring flower branch I already had on hand in my house.
The wreath base from Michaels that I recycle for each season!
You will need thin wire to hold the materials together as well as for attaching to the wreath. The white ribbon is also from Michaels & can be used to cover the plain metal wreath hanger.
I love how the eggs clustered together ended up looking like flowers!
Close-up of the finished product : )
Hope you have a wonderful Easter!