DIY Spring Wreath Craft Idea for Easter by KayCeeCreates

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DIY Spring Wreath Craft Idea for Easter by KayCeeCreates

Vintage lifestyle blogger KayCeeCreates teamed up with us to make this beautiful Easter inspired wreath that's perfect to hang on the front door or around the home this Spring. Featuring colourful eggs this would also make a lovely Easter or Spring table centre when laid flat. You could even add a candle jar to the centre for a tealight?

She used one of our 30cm wicker wreath bases as the starting point for this project, adding natural moss to a portion of the wreath with jute cord. You could hot glue the moss onto the wreath but, as KayCeeCreates says, it's better to use cord to keep it in place. The plastic eggs were attached by hot gluing some floristry wire into the eggs, as they have a small hole in the base for this purpose.

The eggs and the fabric flowers were then attached to the wreath by twisting the wire around the rattan, with the fixings hidden by the moss. You could also hot glue to attach these, just be careful of the dreaded glue strands sticking to your wreath!

You can see the full blog post from KayCeeCreates here.

A starting tip for this project is that, if you are using hot glue, make sure any stray stands don't end up on your wreath! They can sometimes be removed once hardened but you don't want to risk it.

  1. Start by arranging the moss onto the wreath base. You can then attach this using hot glue or, as KayCeeCreates uses, with jute cord.
  2. To attach the eggs, cut lengths of floristry wire and stick them into the eggs using a small dab of hot glue. Doubling over one end of the wire will give you a bigger surface area to stick. Repeat this until you have enough eggs for your project.
  3. To attach the eggs and flowers, part the moss and wrap the ends of the wire around the wicker of the wreath. Cover the fixings over with the moss. You could also use hot glue to do this but wire fixings give the wreath a better finish.
  4. If you are hanging your wreath, finish off your project using a length of ribbon. If you are using this idea as a tablecentre, you could place a candle in a jar in the centre of the wreath. Do not use open candles.

See how KayCeeCreates did it here.