DIY Easter Egg Wreath
I don't usually do much decorating for Easter but several weeks ago I was at Michael's and saw these adorable packaged Easter eggs in the floral section. Having no idea (as usual) what I might do with them, I purchased three packages, along with some other cute floral supplies and took them home in hopes I could embellish a grapevine wreath I'd had for a while.
I attached some pretty green ribbon and tied a big bow at the bottom of the wreath and then filled in the rest of the grapevine wreath by hot-gluing the eggs onto the wreath.
To fill in a few small gaps, I glued on some small carrots that I'd also picked up in the floral department as well.
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