See the full supply list and how to below:
- 1 straw wreath form; we used a 14" form, though they are also available in 12" and 16" at A.C. Moore (if you use one of A.C.Moore's weekly high-value coupons and this item comes to around $1.75 note: prices vary by state)
- 2 bags of 46 pastel plastic Easter Eggs(ea.) - we found ours at Walmart for $1.99 a bag. You will have some left over. We chose to leave the orange eggs that are included in the pastel bag out of our wreath however, you can make yours to preference.
- 2 bags of plastic yellow Easter grass (or another color of your choice). We found ours at A.C. Moore for .69 cents a bag.
- Optional - 3 yards of ivory burlap ribbon - we found ours at Target in the dollar section. 3 Yards of burlap ribbon for $1, is a great deal!
- Low-temp hot glue sticks (about 10)
- Low-temp hot glue gun
- wooden skewer.
When finished, you will have spaces where the wreath form will still show through. To fill those spaces, simply use a dab of hot glue (directly in the space on the straw wreath form) and a small bundle of the plastic Easter grass to fill these spaces. To work the Easter grass into the smaller spaces, use the wooden skewer to push the Easter grass into the spaces (once the dab of low-temp hot glue is in place). Work your way around the entire wreath form until all of the empty spaces are filled and the wreath form no longer shows through. Trim any excess/stray plastic Easter grass when complete.
You can create an optional bow for your wreath using burlap ribbon as pictured, or another ribbon of your choosing.
Hang your completed Easter Egg Wreath indoors or in an area that is shielded from the elements, such as a covered porch.