DIY Monochrome Easter Egg Wreath

To keep my mind busy and distracted from all Covid-19 worries, I’ve been crafting more things for Easter. This time I made a monochrome style Easter Egg Wreath. ♡

All you need is

  • eggs in different sizes (artificial or real ones that were blown out)
  • paint plus small paintbrush
  • hot glue gun
  • wreath base (I used a polystyrene one)
  • optional: label maker

You start by painting the eggs, let them dry and then place them one by one on your wreath, fixing them with the got glue gun. It always looks best if you start with the bigger eggs and then fill the gaps with smaller ones.

For a step by step tutorial, including some tips and tricks on how to make your own Easter egg wreath for spring, hop over to my Instagram account and check out my IGTV video DIY Easter Egg Wreath.

Need some inspiration how to paint your Easter eggs? Check out my blog post about how to paint Easter eggs in a monochrome style HERE or watch the tutorial on my YouTube account HERE).

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I found the perfect spot for the Easter egg wreath in our hallway. The cute bunny on the door is a lamp made by my talented stepmom. She always surprises me with super cute handmade gifts! Also check out fifofein on Instagram, she has a lot of inspiring DIYs, including how to make this bunny lamp.

Wishing you all a fantastic day and I hope you can enjoy some sunshine in your garden to boost our mood and those VitaminD levels!!!




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