DIY Dollar Store Spring Wreath

Rachel Metz
by Rachel Metz
8 Materials
1 Hour
You can buy a wreath base at your local craft store but I am going to show you a DIY way to make it for less than $5. I made this entire wreath for $15 (since I already had the hula hoop and pool noodles).
Gather all materials: I went to the Dollar Store and bought all the ingredients you see here! A hula hoop, pool noodles, Easter eggs, hot glue, knife, tape, bunny ears and fake flowers.
You can buy your wreath base OR make it: To make it, feed your pool noodle onto the entire hula hoop.
Tape it off so the entire hula hoop is covered by the pool noodles.
Hot glue your eggs (starting on the outside) going one direction.
Hot glue eggs on the inside the opposite direction (makes it easier for the next step of stacking).
Start stacking! This takes a little bit of patience depending on the size of the wreath. Continue to glue them on at random until it's covered.
Add your filler - whether it's ribbon, fake grass, flowers, tinsel, etc. Be creative!
Cut the ears off the headband and glue them on to wherever your heart desires!
Suggested materials:
  • Hula hoop   (Dollar Store)
  • Pool noodles   (Dollar Store)
  • A lot of Easter eggs   (Dollar Store)
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  • Mgwouden Mgwouden on Apr 13, 2017
    How do you Store the wreath for following years? Or do you make one every year?

  • Mary Beth Hebert Mary Beth Hebert on Apr 13, 2017
    How would one make this more about Jesus Christ rising from the dead instead of just a secular easter bunny.

  • Doy72224616 Doy72224616 on Oct 28, 2022

    Love your work. Hope finger is better. I am looking for ideas for Christmas wreath. Heather from Dublin. Thank you so much.

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  • Debbie H Debbie H on Jan 15, 2021

    These are all great I'm definitely going make the easter egg 🥚 one for sure. Thanks for sharing your ideas. Deb

  • Brenda Holmes Brenda Holmes on Mar 21, 2021

    Great project to do with my grands and with Easter a couple of weeks away 👍