-Hot glue gun
-Plastic Easter Eggs, I used 4 bags of 12, it depends on how big your wreath is
I had my materials and I was all ready to start gluing. At first I arranged my eggs like this:
I soon realized that this wasn't turning out to my liking, so I took off the eggs and started again. Ok, so here we go again. Rather than going all around at once, I glued the eggs by clusters. I glued the eggs as close as I could to each other. The wreath was starting to take shape.
Ah, much better. Just make sure that when you glue the eggs that they are closed. Also, I only glued eggs on the inner and outer edges leaving the back bare. Almost there.....
And the finished product!! I couldn't be happier with how the wreath turned out. When it comes to decorating for holidays I tend to go more the classic and simple route. So this wreath is a breath of fresh air for our door. I was thinking that it may look elegant spray painted white, with some lavender tucked in-between the eggs. But for now plastic Easter egg wreath will remain bright and cheery! Have you all brought out the Easter decorations yet?