Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Pastel Egg Easter Wreath DIY

Are you looking for something FUN and Festive to hang on your front door for Easter?  And bonus points for the project to be inexpensive and easy?  This DIY Pastel Egg Easter Wreath is all of those things!

Pastel Easter Egg Wreath DIY that's Easy and Inexpensive to add some fun to your front door


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I like to put something decorative on my front door, like a wreath to bring some holiday cheer to my front porch- Valentine's Day,  Lavender for Spring, Fall Vintage Mailbox Door Hanger.  I do so many wreaths that I really didn't need to make another, but as I was browsing Easter decor in the store, I was inspired by the bright pastel eggs and decided to make a Pastel Egg Easter Wreath for my front door.  

Pastel Egg Easter Wreath made from plastic easter eggs


Supplies needed for Pastel Egg Easter Wreath


Pastel Easter Egg Wreath DIY - use plastic easter eggs to make a wreath


Wrap ribbon around wreath form to hide the mechanics of the wreath.


Pastel Easter Egg Wreath DIY - use ribbon to cover the mechanics of the wreath form


Glue Eggs in random colors around the wreath form, with some on top of others.  Use a lot of glue to hold the eggs to each other.  Repeat.  Repeat.  Repeat.


Pastel Easter Egg Wreath DIY - use glue gun to glue plastic eggs to wreath form


Tie ribbon and pom poms to the top of the bow for decoration. I used wire edge ribbon so I could shape it into curls.  Also tie a small ribbon to hang the wreath from a hook.  


Pastel Easter Egg Wreath DIY - tie wire edge ribbon and pom poms to decorate top of wreath and hang from hook



Pastel Easter Egg Wreath DIY - use glue gun to glue plastic eggs to wreath form


This Pastel Easter Egg Wreath is the perfect touch on my front door to celebrate Easter!  And it just goes to show that projects don't have to cost a lot of money or be difficult to have a big impact!  


Pastel Easter Egg Wreath DIY - instructions to make an easy and inexpensive wreath with plastic easter eggs





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27 comments:

  1. How fun! Such a great idea to use up some of the eggs we collect every year.

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    1. Those eggs seem to multiply from year to year don't they?

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  2. Such a cute idea! I need to keep this in mind for what to do with all of the left over eggs that my kids get. Sierra Beautifully Candid

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    1. It's a great idea for those leftover eggs, for sure!

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  3. So pretty and simple. Thanks for sharing!!!

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  4. I've had the supplies to make a wreath like this in my craft area for TWO YEARS! ARGH! It's so embarrassing!

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    1. Oh I totally do that too! I am a craft supply collector!

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  5. I love how cute (and inexpensive) this is! And it actually looks easy enough for me to make!

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    1. Thank you Chelsae! You can totally make one!

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  6. Oohhh i love this! The pastel colours make the whole thing look soo good.
    Elizabeth - Tired Mom supermom

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  7. That is so cute and pretty cheap. The eggs are like $1 a pack and don't need much ribbon. You can do so many different pastels.

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    1. That's one of the things I loved about this project - totally affordable!

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  8. Super fun & festive! So colorful and perfect for your door

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  9. I love the look of the pastel against your dark door.

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  10. What a darling wreath! I love all the bright colors of the eggs. The ribbon you used is perfect!

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  11. What a fun way to use up those plastic eggs!

    Alexandra
    EyeLoveKnots.com

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    1. After Sunday, I'll have plenty of those eggs for projects for next year too! :)

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  12. What a cute idea for all those plastic eggs I now have all over my house! Maybe I'll gather a few up and get a head start on decor for next year!

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    1. I could probably make about 3 more wreaths with all of the eggs we have around here! :)

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  13. This turned out so great Candice! I'm all about cute wreaths but don't like to spend a lot making them. This is the perfect solution!

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Thanks for your comments!