An Easter wreath is a nice addition to your holiday decorating. This is a guide about homemade Easter wreaths.
Using a recycled grapevine wreath from Christmas, I bought 6 packages of different types of eggs from the dollar store. I used my hot glue gun to place the eggs. It only took about 1 hour to do, and the cost was about $8.
By Ragteller from Tofield, AB
Bits and pieces of inexpensive craft items can be used to create an eye-catching Easter wreath for your front door.
A cheery and easy wreath to welcome guests for Easter Sunday.
Easy way to decorate your grapevine wreaths for Easter are just to run a ribbon through it's vines and then just use plastic eggs and sandwich the ribbon between the egg and close.
I was just wondering if it would work the same as foam, if you used a straw wreath to decorate with plastic easter eggs?
Marilyn from P. Huron, MI
It should work the same, if you use a glue gun. The plastic eggs will stick better to foam, however. Straw wreathes are more for natural fabrics.
Regardless, give it a try and let us know how it turned out! Even if it didn't work, send a photo in. :)
I put some $ store moss on over the straw and put on the eggs and it turned out grear!!
Does anyone know a way to make easter wreaths using bath puffs?
Betts from Florence
Get different colors (Easter colors) and with hot glue or needle and fish line and glue or sew them to a grapevine wreath, spray with poly spray and you could even hang it outside. Just a thought. rose
I recycled an old grapevine wreath. I took off all of the old flowers and decorations and put on some new fresh plastic spring flowers and hot glued one dozen plastic Easter eggs around through the flowers and on the wreath. I looks wonderful on my front door.
By Carol from West Milton, OH