The nice thing about Easter decorations is that they don’t have to be taken down once the bunny hops away. The bright colors, floral patterns, and even the cottontails all work with the spring season. And if you want to hit your guests with spring fever before they enter the house, consider hanging an Easter wreath. From pastel-colored blooms, to fabric Easter eggs, these holiday wreaths give your home a fresh spring makeover and your Easter brunch guest a warm welcome.
This egg-cellent take on a spring wreath will brighten anyone's day! Cut 1⁄4” and 3/8” thick strips of colorful tissue paper. Use glue stick to adhere thinner strips to smaller Styrofoam eggs and thicker strips to larger eggs. Wrap tissue paper around egg lengthwise, then apply second strip horizontally. Continue attaching until the egg is completely covered. Arrange faux leaves and eggs around wreath form and hot glue into place. Secure eggs to each other with hot glue where necessary. Once assembled, hot glue a few more sprigs in between eggs for an extra plush look.
What you'll need: Glue stick ($2.50 for three, .com) and hot glue gun ($9, .com)
The Easter bunny won't skip over your home when he sees this hare-shaped wreath hanging on your front door.
Welcome the Easter bunny into your home with this adorable fluffy pom pom-covered spring wreath.
Get the tutorial at Lil' Luna.
What you'll need: Baker’s Twine ($6, .com)
Your guaranteed to impress your guests with this elegant wreath strung with faux pink and coral roses.
You can pull this adorable Easter gingham ribbon wreath together in less than an hour — it's that easy!
Get the tutorial at The 36th Avenue.
What you'll need: Gingham ribbon ($13, .com)
This Easter wreath will make your home look straight out of a scene from Breakfast at Tiffany's.
Create a floral bunny that will look charming inside or outside your home with this easy tutorial.
Get the tutorial at Sprinkle Some Fun.
What you'll need: Grapevine wreaths ($10 for 6 wreaths, .com)
This moss-covered bunny wreath subtly welcomes spring from your front door.
The gold leaf detail gives this Easter wreath some extra pizzazz.
Get the tutorial at Crafts Unleashed.
What you'll need: Gold leaf foil ($8 for 100 sheets, .com)
When the kids see this cotton-tailed wreath, they'll know candy is on the way.
Use everyone's favorite Easter treat to make this festive ring. Bonus: It costs next-to-nothing to craft.
Get the tutorial at Tried and True.
What you'll need: Peep's ($20 for 5 packs, .com)
With eggs, a bunny, and fresh spring greens, this Easter wreath has all of the elements of the holiday.
Save money by using leftover fabric scraps you already have.
Get the tutorial at Michael Miller Fabrics.
What you'll need: Styrofoam balls ($8 for 20 balls, .com)
Warning: The Easter bunny just might take a bite of this carrot "wreath."
Don't throw a broken hose away! Use it to make this cute accessory for your front door instead.
Get the tutorial at Create Craft Love.
What you'll need: Silk flowers ($10 for 30 flowers, .com)
Dollar-store crafts are the best kind of crafts!
Get the tutorial at The Happy Housie.
What you'll need: Faux forsythia branches ($21 for 10 pieces, .com)
Greet your guests on Easter with lush, colorful tulips.
Get the tutorial at The Frugal Homemaker.
What you'll need: Ribbon ($9, .com)
Unlike fresh blooms, this faux flower and grass wreath will look lush all season long.
Get the tutorial at A Helicopter Mom.
What you'll need: Green eyelash yarn fun fur ($9, .com)
Make this adorable piece at home by using leftover pieces of fabric and a couple of wire hangers.
Get the tutorial at Giggleberry Creations.
What you'll need: Wire hangers ($8 for 6 hangers, .com)
Customize this cute Easter wreath with whatever colors you please.
Get the tutorial at Wine and Glue.
What you'll need: Embroidery floss ($14 for 150 skeins, .com)
Burlap ribbon and fuzzy, green yarn give this wreath plenty of eye-catching texture.
Get the tutorial at The Happy Housie.
What you'll need: Mini foam eggs ($17, .com)
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