- Wreath of choice
- Plastic Easter eggs (I got these from Dollar Tree)
- Metallic Sharpie ( I chose gold)
- Hot Glue/Gun
- Fake Flowers
First gather all your supplies you will need. I began by cutting the plastic eggs in half. For me, this felt easier to be able to set it flat to dry. I also used a sharpie which didn’t require but a few seconds to dry but if you decide to use paint pens/paint or gold leaf you might have to let it longer.
So I took a couple design ideas that I really liked. The first, I attempt to mimic the marbled look with kind of scribbling. Next time, I might try to be more specific but I liked the way these looks cool and a little crazy.
The second design was just circles (dots). This is the beauty of this part, you can really do whatever you want.
- Words: Love, Hope, Faith
- Kids names
- Zig zag
- and more…
Ok, once you are done with painting/drawing on your eggs, its now time to gather your other supplies.
I had gotten a few different fake flowers from A.C. Moore but decided on these beautiful white flowers. I attached the flowers first since the eggs will sit on top of the flowers. Since I used a wreath made of twigs and wrapped branches it was easy to tuck in the flower stems.
For the flowers to stay in place I added hot glue to make sure it held the shape I wanted.
Next, position the eggs and glue them on the way you want. I switch between dots and marbled look that way I didn’t have two eggs with the same design next to each other.
Next, I created this adorable bow. The ribbon is from A.C. Moore. I followed this amazingly easy tutorial by the Daily DIYer. I will probably always use this tutorial for bows in the future.
Congrats, you are finished! I hope you enjoy this easy diy easter wreath.