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March 23, 2014 | Archived

Bright & Cheery Easter Wreath

Make a Bright & Cheery Easter Wreath for less than $15 @ Huddlenet.comI just turned Pandora on to listen to while I write this post and who do they have singing? The Bee Gees.. a little Staying Alive on a Saturday night? I think so!

Speaking of staying alive… That’s rather perfect for an Easter wreath, don’t you agree? Spring is the time of renewal, new life and counting blessings.

Let us lighten our hearts because we know that all things are possible through Christ.

1 Peter 1:3-5 – “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! According to his great mercy, he has caused us to be born again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, to an inheritance that is imperishable, undefiled, and unfading, kept in heaven for you, who by God’s power are being guarded through faith for a salvation ready to be revealed in the last time”

This wreath will brighten my door and remind me of all that I have and I will have. Happy Easter to all.

Everything for this wreath can be purchased at Walmart (2014) for less than $15. I paid about $9 – I already had the wreath form & ribbon. You can easily make your own flat wreath form from a heavy piece of cardboard. You can also use a Styrofoam wreath.

Bright & Cheery Easter Wreath

Gather Your Supplies…
Flowers for Bright & Cheery Easter Wreath Pick decorations for a Bright & Cheery Easter Wreath Large egg decoration for a Bright & Cheery Easter Wreath Easter Wreath Grass Easter Wreath Flat Circle Ring Easter Wreath Styrofoam Wreath Easter Wreath Narrow Ribbon
SUPPLY LIST: 3 Flower Picks – 3 Decorative Glitter Butterfly Picks – Large Decorative Glitter Egg
Colored Plastic Easter Grass – A Wreath Form – Ribbon – Hot Glue


Easter Wreath Remove tag from large egg

1. Remove the tag from the plastic hanger on the large decorative glitter egg.
Easter Wreath Glue large egg to wooden circle

2. Glue the plastic hanger to the wreath form.
Easter Wreath Glue grass to wooden circle

3. Begin to glue grass all over the wreath and over the plastic hanger.
Don’t worry about it looking wild, you can give it a haircut later.
Easter Wreath Grass & Large egg on wooden circle

4. This is what you should end up with at this stage.. furry!
Easter Wreath Ribbon

5. Remove the pick from the glitter eggs and butterflies that you plan on using.
The little ribbon will probably come off too.
Easter Wreath Glue ribbon to decoration

6. Squirt a little glue into the hole where the pick was and reinsert the metal twine from the ribbon.
Easter Wreath Desteam Flowers

7. Destem the flowers that you want to use. Some will pop right off the stems and other types need to be cut.
Easter Wreath Layout wreath for gluing

8. Layout your wreath before gluing.. (I made a loopy bow). Glue each piece down firmly.
When you are done, clip the stray grass until you have something you like.
Make a Bright & Cheery Easter Wreath for less than $15 @


  1. Nicole @ Mendez Manor says: March 24, 2014

    This turned out adorable! Oh, and I love the Bee Gees too!!!!

    • Stacy says: March 25, 2014

      Thank you Nicole.. I love listening to the Bee Gees when I work 😉

  2. Sami says: March 31, 2014

    This is so cute! I love your attitude about Easter and the scripture you posted. Easter is my favorite holiday to celebrate life!

    • Stacy says: March 31, 2014

      Thank you Sami. I adore Easter too. I always feel like I wake up from a deep sleep when Spring appears – so grateful for all that I have!! ~Stacy

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