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Easter Egg Wreath Tutorial

This fun Easter Egg wreath was so much fun to make with my daughter.  She LOVED hot gluing all the eggs.   I even let go of my OCDness for a minute and didn't care so much where each egg went. 

I have had all of the supplies for this wreath for a couple of weeks but finally had time to sit down and help my daughter make it.

Find a piece of cardboard that is flat and then find something that is round (or whatever shape you are wanting) and trace out the shape.
(keep in mind my daughter was taking the pictures :)
Here is our cardboard circle all cut out
Now take your hot glue gun and glue the eggs randomly onto the wreath.  I used 2 packages of 42 eggs to make our wreath.  The wreath measures about 16 inches wide.
Here is our wreath all glued together
Then we tied a nice little bow with grosgrain ribbon onto the wreath.

Beautiful Eh?
Thanks for looking!


Unknown said...

I love it!!!

Unknown said...

I love it!!!

The4Rs said...

Great use for those pesky eggs! Thanks for posting this link on my blog! Stop back on Sunday to see if you won!

Unknown said...

Now this is simply cute!! I believe I am going to have to make one myself. :) Thank you for linking to my K.I.S.S. blog bash this past week. I so appreciate you taking the time to share your charming craft. Today is another blog bash, if you haven't already, please drop by & share more of your inspiring ideas!

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Kelly @livingcraftilyeverafter said...

This is CUTE! I love this! My mom was just asking me to make her an egg wreath- I think this is what I will do! :)

Found you through Sumo's Sweet stuff!


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LaVonne said...

That is fun and easy. Thanks for sharing!

I am visiting from the Sister's Stuff blog. I hope you have a great week!

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Kathleen W. said...

So pretty! I linked up to you on my blog...I really hope to make one of these this week!

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Knitty Aunt-Did said...

How big is your cardboard circle? I've made two, but they seem really small to me.

Knitty Aunt-Did said...

I found this on pinterest, and I love it. But what size is the cardboard base? I've made a couple different sizes, but they seem too small. I hate to get started just to find out it's super small.

avisiontoremember said...

I don't know for sure the measurements cardboard piece cause its packed away right now but I am guessing that it is between 12 and 18 inches wide :)

Vanessa said...

What a cute wreath. I love how easy it is too.

Unknown said...

Linking up from Motivational Monday! Pinning to my Wreath board. Looks great.

Unknown said...

This is so cute! I need to work on something for our front door, and I just love this! I like that it's relatively simple to do, too. :)

WorkingMomMagic said...

This is so adorable!! I need to make one! Love it!

Kate | The Organized Dream said...

This is such a fun idea to do! Especially with kids! :D
Thanks for linking up to the Wake Up Wednesday link party!
Hope to see you next week!
Kate | TheOrganizedDream.com

elaine @cookinandcraftin.com said...

I've been looking for a tutorial like this!! Thanks for sharing!! I would love for you to share on My 2 Favorite Things on Thursday - Link Party...going on now! I would love to have you!! http://www.cookinandcraftin.com/my-2-favorite-things-on-thursday-link-party-10/

Buba4Turtle said...

So fun! I am dangerous with a glue gun. It hurts to use it. haha

Thanks for sharing at Inspire Me Mondays!

Unknown said...

I am 78 and have never seen anything this pretty and so easy to make. BY Friday there will be one on my door, that is, if the children, grandchildren and great grandchildren do not eat all the eggs first.

Vintage Paint and more... said...

What a cute and festive wreath for Spring - I love how pretty it is on your front door. I have tons of those little eggs - I should put them to good use. Thank you for sharing at Share It One More Time. Cathy

Unknown said...

Hi there! Stopping by from the Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop. This looks so fun and cute! Thanks for sharing!

B is 4 said...

Love it, we just made an Easter egg wreath, too! I'm sure your daughter had lots of fun helping with this, looks so pretty. I love how many eggs are on here. Pinned :)

Forgetful Mom said...

I have the cardboard, I have the glue gun, I guess I am going to be buying more Easter eggs this weekend to make this!

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