How To DIY Easter Wreath For The Welcoming Entrance?

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How To DIY Easter Wreath For The Welcoming Entrance?

Invite everyone for the Easter Brunch! And let them talk about your door decoration on the table. Easter is all about colors, happy faces, and hopping bunnies. Easter eggs are the most popular decor things. But can’t every part of your house reflect the easter vibes? Obviously, it can. And to fulfill your wish, we are here with DIY easter wreath ideas that will make your entrance easter-y.

But first, why do we celebrate Easter? It is celebrated to express the joy and happiness of Jesus Christ’s resurrection. Easter reflects purity, rebirth, enlightenment, and many more things, in short, it is full of positivity, from starting the day with the prayer in the church to celebrating the day with the loved ones. Easter really gets people closer to each other.

So even your wreath should reflect the exact meaning of wreath. Here we have described a few DIY easter wreath ideas that you can use to brighten the entrance. Scroll down. There’s a surprise waiting for you!

The one with Magazines

Magazines

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Materials needed: Magazines, glue, and a grapevine wreath.

You might be having a bunch of magazines at your place that is of no use. Rather than throwing them in scrap, recycle them and make the amazing wreath. So let’s start!

Basically, you can use the magazine in whatever form you like, rolled, shredded, cut-outs, or as it is. Or just simply fold them in half and stick the start and end with the glue (so that it forms the drop shape). Now stick them on a grapevine wreath and it’s done. 

You can skip the grapevine wreath and opt for the cardboard as the base.

The one with Toy Bunnies

Toy Bunnies

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Materials needed: Toy Bunnies, narrow ribbon, and a wire wreath frame.

Easter and bunnies can’t be separated. And even you should not try it. Get the small little fluffy bunnies (in bulk!) and use them to create the easter wreath. You will get them at the dollar store or online.

Cut off the tags! (you don’t want guests to know what each bunny costed.) Then take the wire wreath frame and start attaching the bunny with the help of narrow ribbons. 

Tie the narrow ribbon around the neck and then fasten them to the wreath. After a few ties, your fluffy easter wreath is ready.

The one with Fresh Flowers

Fresh Flowers

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Materials needed: Fresh flowers and grapevine or twig wreath.

Notice: You might need to change the flowers on a daily basis or after a few days!

Fresh flowers have different elegance in them, and they can spark up the look of even plain door. If you have a garden, then pluck out the colorful and fresh flowers and twine it in the wreath. If you want, you can even make the wreath by yourself using grapevines or twigs.

The one with Eggs

Eggs

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Materials needed: Artificial eggs, grass, green leaf, and wreath.

Get the materials mentioned from the nearby dollar store. And start the DIY! Now, take the wreath and start assembling things. The first step is to arrange the green leaf and grass on the wreath. The main motive here is to make a soft bed for the eggs.

Once you are done with it, set the eggs at a certain distance and to beautify the whole egg easter wreath add the touch of flowers.

The one with Shiny Fabric

Shiny Fabric

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Materials needed: Shiny fabrics and a steel ring hoop(smaller size).

You will be having scrap fabrics at home, which are of no use now and you are in search of a way to dispose off them or to reuse them. So here is the trick to reuse them.

Cut them in small rectangular pieces and tie them around the ring hoop. Make sure you don’t leave any space on the ring un-tied. To make it more enticing, you can add decorative elements like lights, flowers, small easter toys, etc.

The one with Burlap

Burlap

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Materials needed: Burlap ribbon and wreath.

Burlap and wreath have a history of togetherness. Be it thanksgiving wreath, Christmas wreath, or winter wreath burlap is always there. You can use them with flowers, bunnies, eggs, and whatnot. 

Tie the burlap around the twig garland and make the structure of the nest and lay the eggs in a decorative manner and a bunny face to protect the eggs. (oh! Did we say lay? We meant place, no offense.)

The one with Bunny Shape

Bunny Shape

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Materials needed: two wreaths of different sizes, twigs or wire, burlap, and few decoratives.

You always make the circle wreath. This year let’s confuse the real bunny. For this, you will need two wreaths of different sizes, one for its face and another for its body. First, overlap the burlap around the wreaths and then tie them together. Now make ears using wire or twigs, whichever you find easier.

Once the bunny is ready, you can decorate the way you want with flowers, eggs, fabric, wool, yarn, anything.

The one with Yarn

Yarn

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Materials needed: Yarn, wreath, and glue.

Take wreath & yarn, now start wrapping the yarn around the ring till you get the satisfactory width of the wreath. Then adorn them with a fluffy toy at the bottom side and few small eggs on the upper side.

You can use different colors of yarn for the wrap-a-round.

The one with New Concept

Basket

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Materials needed: Basket, artificial flowers, leaves & grass, burlap, and eggs.

Don’t wanna go the same wreath shape as you did in all the festivals or all-year-round? We got you covered here too! Get the woven basket or any type of basket.

And start stuffing the base with burlap ribbon and grass. Once the basket is half full now, arrange the leaves, flowers, grass, and pieces of burlap randomly but keeping in mind the color combinations.

At last, adorn them with eggs!

The one where you utilize the Egg Tray

Egg Tray

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Materials needed: Egg tray, artificial eggs, and Easter decorations.

The new and unique concept. You would have a circular egg tray at home. If not, you can get it from the store or online. Stick eggs on them, make sure they are colorful. And now, add the Easter decoration to give the final touch. Then attach a ribbon and hand on the door. You are done!

See, that was easy, wasn’t it? What else you want? You can get easter wreath ready too, but personalization always makes beautiful and unique things.

So it is time when you should look at the surprise element. Here we have collected the best of easter wreath images from which you can take inspiration. Till now, you would have got the idea of how to make a wreath using different things, from yarns to magazines. So get amazed and inspired by the following images and start off with the work.

Burlap

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diy easter wreath

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