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DIY Pastel Easter Egg Wreath

DIY Pastel Easter Egg Wreath

DIY Pastel Easter Egg Wreath

This week our floral designer Tim created a wispy and festive Easter Wreath using a grapevine base and gorgeous florals to bring it all together. This wreath is perfect for the Easter season and with a few tweaks it could be used for Spring too. You can make one of your very own using the steps and supplies listed below

Supplies needed:


  • To get started, make sure you gather all of the necessary supplies. Remember that you can adjust any of the items we used to fit your style or decor. 

  • The first thing that Tim did was to create a base layer of greenery on top of the grapevine wreath. He cut the Mixed Fern Bush apart into individual sections and added them around the wreath. He used hot glue on the end of every section to secure it to the wreath. 




  • Tim then added the second greenery bush. He also cut these into individual sections and used hot glue to secure them to the wreath. 


  • Next Tim began adding the florals to the wreath. He first used the Purple Poppy Bush. He cut this bush into separate sections and worked them in to the wreath. He used hot glue to secure each section to the wreath. 



  • After all of the Purple Poppy Bush had been added Tim started adding the Daisy Bush. He also cut this one into separate sections to place throughout the wreath. 



  • Next Tim tied a stacked bow out of the two Spring ribbons that we chose. He tied a 4 loop bow out of the Lavender Plaid and then a 3 loop bow out of the Pastel Stripes. He left the tails long on the Lavender Plaid to hang down below the wreath. He used the Floral Wire to tie the bows and then to secure the bow onto the wreath. 






  • Once the bow was added Tim began adding the Pastel Easter Egg picks. He cut each stem into three sections and placed them throughout the wreath. He added a bit of hot glue to the end of each stem to help secure it. 




  • After Tim finished adding the Pastel Easter Eggs he came to a stopping point. You are always welcome to keep adding any additional product that you may have. When you are finished you will have a gorgeous wreath to welcome friends and family!


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