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Today I am sharing how to make an Easter egg wreath for under $20. I found these adorable pastel easter eggs a couple weeks ago at my local craft store and decided to use them to make a wreath. I originally planned on buying a new grapevine wreath but quickly realized, I didn’t want to spend $25 on a new one. I came home and searched my mom’s area in the storage room and found a wreath that she hadn’t used in years. I removed the old faux leaves and within 5 minutes, I had myself a free new wreath :). Don’t worry, I asked for her permission before I dismantled the sad looking wreath.
Wispy grapevine wreath
White spray paint (optional)
Faux pussy willows
Faux Pastel Easter Eggs
Spray your grapevine wreath (optional) very lightly with white spray paint just to add a hint of white. Push individual pussy willow stems (you will need to cut each stem from the main bulk of pussy willows) inside the grapevine wreath and add a little glue to make them stay in place.
Continue around the wreath until you have the amount of pussy willows that you want. I used about 2 bags.
I followed the path of the wispy grapevine wreath.
Glue your faux eggs on the wreath spacing them accordingly.
This wreath took about 15 minutes to make, so easy!
What I love about this wreath is, it’s not overly Easter. Does that make sense? I am not really big on decorating for Easter, unless it is classic and simple. This Easter egg wreath is perfectly suited for our front door. I may even try it as a centerpiece on our dining room table :).
For even more fun, check out this Egg Carton Art. It is adorable!
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