Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Easter egg wreath!



This is a late post, and I thought I had blogged this two weeks ago! Oh well, I still want to share this little Easter egg wreath that I made a few weeks ago!


I used a foam wreath form and covered it with cream colored batting that I use for quilting. Then, I simply hot glued colored eggs all over it! So simple and fast- it took about 45 minutes total, I think! The worst part, in my opinion, is that when using a hot glue gun, there are always the long stringy bits that pull away from the gun, and attach to the object :)


It's been hanging on the front door, but now with Easter being over, I will need to take it down and find something new to hang. I used a wide, cream-colored ribbon to hang it with.







I've been really loving making wreaths lately...I think this was the fourth that I made. I even have a pinterest board called "wreath obsession," which is where many of my ideas and inspiration come from! There are so many great looking wreaths out there, but I don't want to spend much buying them, as making them is so much fun!


Have you made any wreaths? What's on your front door right now? I'd love to see a picture! Oh, and how was your Easter? Happy, I hope!

6 comments:

Katelin said...

oh that turned out so cute, i love it. maybe i'll make one next year since i have basically no easter decorations, ha.

Meredith from A Mother Seeking said...

That looks so cute! Definitely needs to stay up longer than just Easter!

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ReviewsSheROTE Pamela R said...

How very fun and EZ!!!
My kids would love to give it a try I'm sure my daughter(10) has become BFF with my glue gun for crafting =)

Poping in with Happiness is Hop =)

Patricia said...

Great wreath and get collection of them on your Pinerest board.

Barefoot in the Park said...

That is stinking cute!

Sarah Beth - Dixie Gator Gal said...

I'm a little late on posting, but that is THE BEST Easter egg wreath I've seen, sooo cute!