Diy Easter Egg Wreath

With pretty pastel colors and a natural plonk wreath, this easy-to-do-it-yourself Easter egg wreath idea is the perfect way to welcome spring. Use up leftover plastic eggs with our printable Easter scavenger hunt!

Instructions for the Easter egg wreath

Easter is absolutely one of our favorite times of the year. Warmer spring days, an emphasis on growth and renewal and a pretty pastel decor: What’s not to love!

How to make an Easter egg wreath

Last year we made this simple Wreath of bunny ears, and then a bunny garland for the fireplace. But this year, it’s all about eggs and chicks and this simple Easter wreath idea will be the start!

Materials needed for this Easter egg wreath idea

  • 19″ plonk crown
  • 16-18 plastic eggs of different sizes
  • Chalk paints: we used the DecoArt Americana Chalky Finish paint in Everlasting (white), Colonial (Sapphire) and New Life (Green
  • Brush
  • Decorative gold glitter garland
  • Iron wire
  • Wire cutter
  • Hot glue gun with transparent craft glue sticks
  • Bird (optional)

How to make an Easter egg wreath

  • Prepare the eggs
  • Make sure the eggs are clean and dry.
  • Cut pieces of floral wire to 4″ long. Fold a piece of wire and thread it into the bottom holes of the plastic ice cream. Twist the wire to secure it. Repeat with all the eggs.
  • Carefully glue the two parts of the eggs together to keep them closed
  • Mix the colors to get white, Sapphire, Light Sapphire, green and light green.
  • Paint each egg with different colors. set aside and let dry completely. One coat should be enough, but if necessary, paint a second coat.
  • Mounting the crown
  • Attach the garland to the plonk wreath with floral thread if you are using it.
  • Twist the thread tails of the eggs around a pencil to form a hook.
  • Hang the wire in the branches of the wreath to hold it in place.
  • Add hot glue if necessary to hold the egg in place
  • Repeat with the remaining eggs, alternating color and size, going around the crown. Try to direct the eggs around the crown in the same direction to achieve a uniform appearance.


I think the wreath is as beautiful as it is, but you can add a simple ribbon, leaves or a set in the middle, a bit like our shell wreath idea. I added a pretty white dove to my Easter Egg Wreath.

One of the best aspects of this wreath is that I used materials that I already had at home. After Easter, I can just remove the eggs and reshape the wreath with a summer theme.

Would you add anything to this Easter Egg Wreath?

Check out these collections of beautiful spring and summer wreaths for the seasons to come!

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