Easter Egg Wreath


I am in love with this Easter Wreath! I wish I could say I came up with this idea, because it is just so cute! Debbie, from Kennedy Klan News & Honey Bee Heaven shows us how to create this wreath with a great photo tutorial!


plastic eggs any size or several sizes



hot glue



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Cut a 12″ circle using a plate as a template, make a mark 2″ in and draw another circle and then cut with a sharp knife. It does not have to perfect. You can use a dinner and salad plate for template. Then tie a small piece of ribbon at the top for a hanger and make two pen marks where you don’t want to glue eggs.

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The next step is to hot glue your eggs, butts together starting from one pen mark and going to the next. This is pretty simple, you can make a pattern or not.

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It takes about 48 eggs to make it nice and full. You can also use the little small ones to make it fuller or the really large ones to make a BIG wreath.

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Before adding the second layer of eggs, hot glue some grass in between the eggs. It just takes care of a few of the empty spaces and makes it look fuller.

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Almost done, you just have to add a second layer of eggs at random on top of the first layer, Poke a little more grass in the empty holes and………..

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Tie a large bow and, your DONE!

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Total cost for this project under $10.00
Two bags of eggs @ $2.00 each = $4.00
One bag of grass @ $1.50 = $1.50
1 roll of ribbon @ $3.00 = $3.00
Misc. items such as glue and cardboard you can probably find around the house

Source: http://debbie-doodlings.blogspot.com/2010/03/at-it-again-more-easter-egg-wreaths.html


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