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Easter Egg Wreath

by Jenna Gleason

This Easter Craft only cost us $9 bucks! It's easy and cheap, the best part is it lasts for years! Reuse this cute Easter decor for he next Easters to come!


-Plastic Eggs (4 Dozen)

-Easter Grass  (1 Pack)

-Wreath Base (Metal, Foam, Straw, Etc.)

-Hot Glue Gun

-Hot Glue Sticks

-Thick Ribbon

(Cost: $8 to $10)

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(Time: 20 to 40 Minutes)

  1. Grab a hand full of Easter grass and tie together using one (1) long piece of the grass (don’t tie at the end). Using your hot glue gun, hot glue the grass on the wreath. Repeat the process until the grass is covering the wreath entirely.
  2. Next, hot glue the plastic eggs at random on the wreath. If some eggs are unstable, glue them to other eggs on the wreath.
  3. Finally, hot glue a thick ribbon on the back to hang the wreath. You are done!


Jenna is a staff writer and production assistant at Creative Child Magazine. She is currently attending University of Nevada - Las Vegas.

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