If you’re looking for an Easy Easter Wreath DIY, you’ll love this cute project. It would be best to have a grapevine wreath, a few faux apple branches, and chenille chicks. You can make this Easter craft project in 15 minutes or under, and your kids will also love making it.
I love anything cute, and I had to incorporate these adorable chenille Easter chicks on a wreath. The flower blossoms and the Easter chicks are the perfect combinations for a spring wreath.
And speaking about wreaths, I guess I’m obsessed with making them since I have quite a few over here on the blog!
A few of my wreath projects are complicated, but this easy Easter wreath DIY is charming and simple to make. It only requires a few supplies, which makes me happy! And I promise that it takes about 15 minutes or less to assemble.
Today’s blog post is a part of the series I co-host called Blogger’s Best when you get a chance, scroll down to the bottom to view my friend’s Spring Decor Ideas.
Easter Wreath DIY
My house is slowly transitioning to spring. I always start by adding fresh wreaths to my wall decor. It’s the simplest way to quickly change a space with the most significant results.
So this spring, make a few fun wreaths for your home!
These days, I shop a ton online since I’m not a fan of sitting in traffic and spending my time traveling and standing in line. And by the way, I include the links to all the supplies. So, if you like, you don’t even have to leave the house to purchase anything.
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Here Are The Supplies You’ll Need For This Wreath
hot glue gun
How to Make A Spring Wreath
Step 1 – Trim Faux Flower Branches
Using your wire cutters, trim branches off your faux flower bouquets.
Step 2 – Place Branches on Wreath
Place branches on your grapevine wreath by either hot gluing them on or weaving them in the wreath.
Step 3 – Place Bird Branch Across the Middle
Trim a branch that will span across the middle of your wreath. Place the branch across the wreath by weaving it in the wreath or hot gluing it down.
Step 4 – Glue Chicks to Perch
Choose about four little chicks and hot glue them to your middle branch. Then attach a ribbon if you like to the side of the wreath. I know the chicks come in many colors, but I’m a bit partial to anything light blue these days.
So, if you need an adorable spring wreath, this is the perfect little DIY project. It’s a simple little craft that the chenille chicks will bring a smile to your face.
These days I need cuteness in my life!
Take care, and happy crafting.
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The wreath is absolutely adorable! Where did the little Easter chicks come from? Love the light blue!
There is a link in the blog post for the little Easter chicks. Have a great weekend.