You can make this stunning Dollar Tree Easter Wreath for under $15! There's only a few items you need too – check out how to make it here.
Dollar Tree Easter Wreath – Just Darling!
Note from Laurie: My friend Cheryl made this Easter Wreath all using items from the Dollar Tree, and I just love it as a way to fluff up for Spring! Thank you so much Cheryl for sharing ~ it’s perfect!
I saw an idea over here to use Dollar Tree items for Easter decor, and knew I had to try and make it on my own!
Supplies for this Dollar Tree Easter Wreath:
- wreath mold
- plastic eggs
- spray paint
- floral bunches
- ribbon (any will do, I had plenty laying around)
- hot glue gun
Here's how to make an Easter Egg Moss Wreath:
First, gather your supplies, and then you'll want to start first by spray painting the plastic eggs. It was a rainy day when I did this, so I used a shipping box we had laying around to keep the spray paint from going everywhere. These needed a few coats.
I put the moss on the wreath mold, then glued on the mini eggs to create the wreath and glued in green moss in between the eggs.
I love the way they turned out!
Next, I worked on the topiaries. Since I couldn't find a topiary mold, I thought these vases would work out just fine.
I glued on the moss and then started adding the eggs with just a little green moss in between to really pull it together.
Then I snipped up the floral bunches to place around the topiaries, and for a few dollars they make great Easter centerpieces.
So fun! 🙂
Have you found any spring or Easter crafts to make this year? I'd love to hear what you're making! Leave a comment to share.
I’d love for you to join me over on Pinterest (I love that place!) If you have a blog and have done a little fluffing in your home, I’d love to see it, so leave your link in the comments section. Also, if there’s a craft you’ve seen on a website that you’re hoping to make, feel free to share that link as well (I’m always looking for new ideas!).
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Where did you buy the chalky spray paint?
Hi, where you buy the green bunnys
I love the wreath, Laurie. Wouldn’t it be adorable if the eggs were a Robin’s egg blue color and you could speckle them by splashing a little light brown paint on them with a paint brush?
I *love* that idea Carmel – I may have to try that this year! 🙂
Above you say, “Next, I worked on the topiaries. Since I couldn’t find a topiary mold, I thought these vases would work out just fine.” What do you mean by ‘these vases’? Do not see any vases pictured or described.
Hi Karen! If you look at the top of the page there’s a picture that has two blue vases – those are what she used. Hope that helps! 🙂
I have a ton of plastic Easter eggs, and it never occurred to me that they could be painted.I just took down the Christmas wreath from our front door, and made a spring wreath to put up. (We still have snow here, so it takes me awhile to get in the “spring” mode.) I’m going to try painting some eggs and add them to my wreath. Thank you for sharing this!