Quick & Easy DIY Easter Wreath

3 Materials
30 Minutes

Easter/spring is a great time to be creating with fun colors.

They’re just so cheerful, especially this time of year.

In between the cold grey winter and the warm green spring. We’re in the damp and brown stage right now. lol. Very boring.

So, this is a perfect time to be creating something quick, easy, inexpensive, and colorful.

I was leaving my local improvement store a few weeks ago, and near the checkout there was a bin full of these fabulous shower poufs at half price.

Who could resist those amazing colors?

Certainly not me,and at 50 cents a piece.

They are perfect for this quick and easy wreath project.

The shower poufs are tied very tightly in the middle.

I was able to easily untie them, but if that’s not possible scissors could be used.

You won’t believe how long these shower poufs actually are when the untie them.

They were so long, I didn’t even measure them.

For my easy Easter wreath I’m using a $1 embroidery hoop that I already had.

It’s 12 inches across, and gives me easy access because it can be taken apart by just unscrewing the bolt.

To easily slip the shower pouf over the hoop its best to run your hand all the way through the pouf.

Then slip one of the open ends into the pouf and guide it through.

Until the embroidery hoop is all the way through the shower pouf.

Here’s the green shower pouf all in.

Next, I went with the purple shower pouf.

Then I went with the pink and yellow shower poufs.

And here you can see it all done after I closed up the embroidery hoop.

So far, I’m in at about 15 minutes.

But, you know me… I couldn’t stop there.

It wouldn’t be an Easter wreath without some Easter eggs.

I found a $1 mixed bag of little glittered beauties at the dollar store, and I just glued them on here and there with my low temp glue gun .

TIP: My shower poufs are a little loose, but they’re squished enough so the embroidery hoop isn’t visible. You could add even more poufs for a tighter look, but I wouldn’t do any less than five.

Here’s my easy DIY Easter wreath hanging on my kitchen door, which is the door we use all the time.

I looped a piece of one of the shower pouf strings around the hoop, between the green and the blue poufs, for easy hanging.

This Easter wreath was such an easy project and it cost me less than $5, and took less than 30 minutes to make.

To see more Easter projects you can find them on my blog here.

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  • Tammy Nichols Tammy Nichols on Mar 28, 2021

    What a wonderful idea and beautiful. Something easy to do with my grandkids. Thank you for sharing

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