It is no secret that I love felt and I love wreaths. I’ve combined the two several times in the past, why not for Easter?
I didn’t realize how pricey styrofoam can be until I made my Pumpkin wreath. I’m on a very strict budget right now so I was thinking of what I could use to make an easter egg wreath. Then I remembered a cardboard box that I had recently thrown out. I grabbed it, opened it up and traced a fairly big egg shape on it. Here’s how to make one for yourself.
Cut out a bunch of circles out of felt. I didn’t count how many I did, I just did a bunch at first and cut out more as I went. Mine are roughly 2 inches. Have your cardboard egg ready. Take your circle of felt and put a line of hot glue along the middle. Fold it in half. Then make another line of hot glue on one side and then fold down. Turn it over and put a dollop of glue on the bottom and then stick to your cardboard. Repeat. 🙂 (By the way, I used my cordless glue gun that I got for Christmas – love it!).
Hot glue some ribbon to the back and hang it up! Super easy.
Do you decorate for Easter?
Thanks for reading!