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Easter egg wreath


Need an Easter wreath for your front door?  This one is super cute and super easy. 

Here's how:
Gather about 120 plastic easter eggs, lots of hot glue, and a large straw wreath.  Lay the wreath on a table.  Glue eggs starting in the back (close to the table) on the inside and the outside of the wreath working in a circle.  Continue adding eggs in rows working your way toward the center.  Glue the eggs in a slightly random fashion.  Some of the wreath will show through but from a distance it won't matter.  I made this one for my mom several years ago.  It's still looking great!  I wanted to make one this year for myself but I'm busy building a house for my baby goats (yeah!) Maybe you can make one this year though.

Comments

  1. see.... even i can do that! haha!

    Thanks for sharing
    Leontien

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  2. Cute. Makes me crave jelly beans!!!

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  3. Love it! I'm hoping I'll find time to make one of these next year when my boys are bigger. Thanks for reminding me about them!

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  4. Kim, That is an adorable wreath! Nice job. Have a great weekend.
    xoxo

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  5. hey!

    i'm a fellow okie transplanted in the mountains!

    we are homeschooling and love our new farm animals!

    your home is beautiful~ so nice to meet you!

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  6. Kim, your wreath is just beautiful, I seen one at Michaels( craft store ), almost like it, but it was made with what looked liked real eggs, and in between the eggs they put green moss, I guess it was suppose to look like grass, I really like your's, I recently went to a craft show for spring ( Cotton Tails ). and they had egg wreaths or Easter Rabbit Heads made out of wood, I went with the easter rabbit head, my sister's went with the wreath, now I think I want BOTH.

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  7. I think you should try this with cadbury mini eggs and frosting!! and hang it real close to you!!

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