14 Easter Wreaths You Can Easily Make This Afternoon
We’ve shared lots of spring wreaths and we’ve made a few but we’ve never looked specifically for Easter wreaths! Check out what we found!
We made this super cute Easter Egg Topiary project a few days ago and started thinking that we hadn’t ever really done wreaths that were related to Easter.
We’ve definitely shared some amazing Spring Wreaths but not Easter specific. There are some great spring wreaths that we’ve shown you though!
I guess it depends on when Easter actually falls on the calendar.
Since it changes every year sometimes it’s so early it gets wrapped up into us just getting switched from winter to spring.
Then sometimes we get a little time in there and put up spring and find ourselves adding in some Easter decor with it.
Don’t get us wrong – we definitely love bunny’s and put them out with spring decor.
Of course birds eggs also qualify.
But give us all those bright colored Easter eggs and we’re in heaven!
We haven’t chosen which wreath we’re going to make yet but here’s a fun selection of 14 Easter wreaths that you can DIY.
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Deco mesh is definitely one of the best products to make wreaths out of. It stands up to the weather, it is easy to form and it doesn't crush too much when you store it so you can reuse your wreaths over and over.
Unless you're like us and want to change them up all the time. But you can do that too!
While this might be a more traditional wreath for Easter, we love the speckled eggs. We don't only love bright colors - we love all the colors. Pastels are perfect for spring and probably a more traditional approach to an Easter wreath.
This wreath is a great solution for using a boxwood. wreath that has lost its beautiful coloring. Boxwood wreaths are generally preserved and if they're exposed to the elements they tend to fade and dry out.
You'll definitely want to see how she overcame this in the tutorial!
While this wreath is traditional colors, we're really drawn to the style of it. We always love a bit of asymmetry in our projects and this one has that. Different sizes of eggs and some trailing branches.
Now we just have to figure out how to zap all those eggs into brighter colors (for our house - not yours!)
We will admit that there were a couple thrown in there that weren’t specifically Easter wreaths, but you can definitely say that any Easter wreath will also qualify as a spring wreath so whatever direction you’re going we bet you found something to love!
We are definitely ready to put up some brightly colored eggs so now we just have to see what supplies we have on hand to get started. We’ll probably also need to look at some more ideas to make sure we haven’t missed anything!