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This Easter egg wreath just needs a little spray paint and a pinch of imagination to customize it for whatever color suits your home decor!
Easter Egg Wreath Decorating
Oh my stars, how darling is this easy Easter Egg Wreath idea?! So beautiful for springtime, and super simple to make it your own.
In this post I'll show you how to snag an inexpensive craft store wreath and decorate with it two ways.
But FIRST – here's a little back story though on this quick project (and why I've almost quit decorating? Hmph.)
Over the last few years I’ve struggled with simple, light-hearted seasonal decorating, because looking online at the “fancy” decor sites and blogs I see on Instagram and Pinterest, cutesy bunnies and happy wreaths feel just a wee bit out of style.
But I read something this weekend about making your home feel like a happy place for your own family to walk into (um, including my teenagers!) and decided I still want them to grow up remembering this happy little space, even if we don't have the most “on trend” decor.
(Because my bunch sees happy bunnies and still grins. I’ll take it!)
So I dug out what I have at home in my Easter stash and picked up an $11 wreath, and spent 10 minutes for a happy little mantle. And you know what? It makes me smile every time I walk by.
I picked up an inexpensive store-bought Easter Egg wreath and brought it home to fluff it up a bit. I love how it turned out as a centerpiece below!
Here's what you'll need for this simple project. (You might also get a pop-up on Michaels.com for a 25% off code ~ it might not work on sale items, but keep an eye out for that!).
13″ Mixed Speckled Egg Wreath by Ashland at Michael's – $11.99 (Reg. $20)
2.5″ Wired Gingham Ribbon at Michael's – $3.99 with code 20MADEBYYOU
Weathered White Wooden Plank 18×24 on Amazon – I've had this one forever and love it ~ I use it all year long!)
Seasonal Garland from Target (this is the closest I could find ~ I've had mine for a few years)
Note: Target has a TON of other cute Easter decor ~ check it out right here.
And if you find a wreath that doesn't exactly match your home's style, try out a little spray paint (it's crazy what spray paint can do!)
Rust-Oleum Serenity Blue Chalked Paint Spray – Under $6.50 (if you want the whole thing blue ~ so simple to do!
Here they are back to back right here (I love the multi-color for my mantle, but the blue one is perfect for an Easter centerpiece. So fun!)
You could also use a bulletin board instead if you have one on hand. Look around and see what you can use in your home, then spend a few minutes to fluff it right up. I promise you'll be so glad you did!
Do you decorate for holidays? Do you love happy bunnies and spring wreaths too? I'd sure love to hear what you do ~ leave a comment to share!
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What are the specific paint colors for the multi-colored egg wreath? I really like that color combination.
Ashley Orr says
I decorate for Easter, Fourth of July, Fall & Christmas. My kids (teenagers now) still enjoy it and it does make me happy when we are home to look around at the stuff that isn’t necessarily “in trend” but what we like.
I love it as a centerpiece! Thanks for trying it. I think it looks so good!