A Easter wreath can add a festive touch to the outside of your home when it is hung on your front door. Wreaths can also be used for decorating the inside your home by hanging them on an interior wall, the inside of the front door or over a fireplace. When making an Easter wreath, choose bright spring colours and accents.
Make an Easter wreath with a round grapevine base. Choose colourful spring flowers like daisies, daffodils, crocuses or lilies for your wreath. Thread the stems of the flowers into the left side of the wreath. Put a few Easter eggs among the flowers. Choose colourful ribbon that complements the colours of the flowers in the wreath and form it into a bow. Attach the bow to the top of the wreath.
Use a plastic floral wreath base, and fill with assorted painted styrofoam eggs in various colours. Create a pattern by alternating colours and the directions of the eggs. Lay out the eggs in the base to create the pattern before securing them to the base. Once you are satisfied with the layout, begin attaching the eggs to the base. Place a small amount of craft glue on the bottom of each egg and place each one back in its spot in the base. Allow to dry thoroughly. Add a thin, colourful ribbon to the wreath by wrapping it around the wreath and tie at the top in the back of the wreath, creating a loop for hanging.
Begin with a wicker wreath to use as the base. Add colourful, spring flowers to the bottom portion of the wreath by inserting the stems and lacing them through the wicker. Add a plush bunny, sitting on the bottom of the wreath. Secure the bunny in place using floral wire that is run through the back of the bunny and the wreath so it will not be visible. Use a pre-made Easter bow or other Easter decoration to attach to the top of the wreath.
Choose a variety of colourful spring flowers such as irises, pansies, jasmine and hyacinths. Use a foam floral base in a shape you like. Cut the stems off the flowers so that they fit into the foam, but do not show through the back. Poke the stems into the base to secure them on the wreath. Completely cover the base and fill in any empty or bare spots. Add a few colourful Easter picks such as eggs, bunnies or chicks in between the flowers. Affix an oversized, colourful bow in a matching colour to the bottom, middle of the wreath.
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