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Easter Wreath Craft Ideas

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Use these quick and easy tips to create a decorative Easter wreath.


Easter Wreath Tips for using a recycled grapevine wreath

  • Buy several packages of plastic colored Easter eggs (usually available at the Dollar Store or a store like Target or Wal-Mart). Hot glue gun the eggs all around the wreath for a colorful decoration.
  • Do the same as above using plastic flowers. You can also string ribbon throughout the vines for a fancier look.


An Easter Wreath Project for Kids

1. Take an old wire hanger and stretch the bottom until the entire thing is round.

2. Use 14-16 cardboard toilet paper rolls and cut a slit halfway through each one in the middle.

3. Have the kids paint each of the paper rolls (pastel colors work well for this). Attach the paper rolls to the wire hanger through the slits.

4. Create and cut out paper plain paper Easter egg designs (you may be able to find a good template to print out online)

5. Have the kids use crayons, paint or markers to color and decorate the paper eggs.

6. When you have enough eggs to go around your wreath, glue them on top of the toilet paper rolls, allowing them each to overlap slightly.

7. Make a ribbon bow and tie it to the top of the hanger so it does not show.



More Easter Wreath Craft Ideas:

Crochet Easter Eggs Wreath

Crochet Spring Celebration Wreath

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