Each year once the snow starts melting, I get inspired to freshen up my decor and bring some life back into the home - the perfect start? A new wreath.
Now here's the real treat for this one: it costs under $10 and takes under 10 minutes to make.
All you need it:
- A flat wreath form (I used a 12" flat metal one from Atlantic Fabrics)
- A hot glue gun
- Plastic Easter eggs (amount will depend on the size of the form, buy extra, you can use them as decor!)
- A decoration (if you wish!) or ribbon
Next, I simply started gluing them around the wreath form. If the sizes don't line up at the end and you have a gap, don't worry about it, you can cover that up.
I couldn't make this one harder if I tried. so enjoy this easy, $10-minute under $10 craft!
Hi, I’m Nicole! My partner John and I have owned a Stone’s Prestige Home for over 3 and ½ years, and we love our space! With a passion for DIY, I’ve had so much fun personalizing and really making our space our own. I love to craft and get creative, and like all DIY’ers, I’ve had my fair share of fails. I’m excited to share ideas, inspiration, and projects, and a few tips along the way to help you along your DIY journey!