You are in luck if you are looking for the easiest tutorial to make an Easter Wreath DIY for Spring.
This cute wreath craft is simple and budget-friendly.
Because I need two wreaths for Easter, I wanted something that could be put together quickly and wouldn’t break the bank.
I found these oval wreaths egg-shaped wreaths and knew immediately they would make an easy wreath.
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The wreaths I found have a small basket or tray at the bottom. I’ve yet to see any like them online. However, these oval grapevine wreaths would work for a bit of adjustment.
What Supplies Do You Need For An Easter Wreath DIY?
You can use a variety of supplies to make your wreath. I used several items that I had on hand to make the wreaths budget-friendly.
- Oval Wreath
- Moss Bunny
- Artificial Greenery Stems
- Jute Carrots
- Hot Glue Gun – Optional
- Satin Ribbon – Optional
Add Greenery to DIY Wreath
First, let’s add the greenery stem to the wreath.
Because I like to recycle my supplies, I separated the greenery stem by spreading the branches to either side of the main stem.
Next, attach the stem by pushing the largest part into the wreath. You may need to use twine or floral wire to secure it firmly.
Moss Bunnies for Easter Wreath
Next, you will want to add your focal point for the Easter Wreath.
I chose moss bunnies for this wreath.
Place the bunny in the center of the wreath at the bottom. If you don’t have the tray at the bottom, attach it with hot glue or tie the bunny to the wreath with twine.
You can use birds, chicks, or other styles of bunnies for this part.
Add Faux Carrots To Wreath
Finally, add the faux carrots by pushing them into the greenery.
I used three larger jute carrots on one side of the bunny and two smaller ones on the other side.
If you place your wreath outside and experience windy days, use hot glue to secure the carrots.
I don’t always add bows to my wreaths, but since these wreaths will hang on black shutters, I felt a white bow would pop. However, this is an optional step.
For this outdoor bow, I used floral satin ribbon. It makes a pretty bow and will hold up the outdoor elements.
I previously shared How To Tie Bows for packages; the tutorial is the same for a wreath bow.
Once your bow is ready, add it to the top of the oval wreath and allow the streamers to fall inside it.
Hang Easter Wreath DIY Project
See how easy that was to make.
Now you need to hang your wreath and enjoy it for the Easter holidays.
Stay tuned to see the full Easter Porch Tour.
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